Tuesday, May 28, 2013

May 28, 2013 Agenda

2:30 Welcome and Announcements
Student Surveys completed by June 5th! https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/C20_spring2013_post

2:35 Cultivating Quiet ... and "We Did It!" Reflection



Post a "We did it!" reflection blog entry that includes how your C2.0 activity went, what challenges came up, what you changed and why, what you learned, what you might do differently next time, etc.
You can use the grid notes if helpful. Include the evaluation criteria you use to assess it.  

Consider including what you noticed about your colleagues’ experiences, their platforms,  and their posts: How did reading about, getting to know others’ challenges, cul de sacs, and (minor/major) triumphs sheds light on your own process? 


3:10 Peer Feedback Small Group Sharing - Social Pedagogies and the Trivium
Pedagogical Framework PPT Presentation

Nicole Maguire
Irwin Leopando
Mark King
Milena Cuellar
Melissa Greenaway
Wynne Ferdinand
Daryl Lucas
Porsha Esterene
Steven Hitt
Thomas Meacham
Leah  Richards
Robert Bruno
Sreedevi Ande
Vanessa Bing
Lisa Barry

How did you address the trivium--bringing together pedagogy, community, Web 2.0 platforms? Group posts: What were the themes and challenges that emerged? How would you relate your experiences to Bass and Elmendorf's Social Pedagogies white paper? 

4:25 BREAK


4:35 Wiki - Go to the site HERE.


4:40 Visual Tools: Blogger Views, Creative Commons Images on flickr & Basic Image Editing

Creative Commons is an alternative to copyright. The creator of the work makes it available to use under certain conditions. Flickr houses millions of these images: http://www.flickr.com/creativecommons/



Homework for September: 

1. Wiki - please fill in your info at:
https://sites.google.com/site/lagccnetworks/


Activity URL/Web Address:
Teacher/Project Leader:
Quick Description:
Spring Schedule:
Tools/Platforms I plan to use:
Course/ Project Objectives:
Theme Tags:
Others I plan/wish to connect to:
Main Texts:
Feedback and Evaluation: 

2. Quiet  - Watch and read the following about “Quiet”:
3. 
Post by September 4, 2013: How does “Quiet” help you prepare for/anticipate the coming semester and your goals as a teacher?



When you reflect on students’ participation/engagement with the connecting activity you did—or your own participation in Community 2.0 during this semester-— what seeds/tips can you plant for the fall? Consider how you evaluate “quiet” people and how you address privacy.


Consider

·      How have your assumptions about collaboration/participation shifted or changed?

·      How can we use/take advantage of Web 2.0 platforms to “include” and enhance everyone’s presence?

·      What are other categories of students who might find voice in these Comm 2.0 activities?

·      How does thinking about “quiet” students (or faculty members) shape your understanding of the trivium—pedagogy, community, and Web 2.0?


REMINDER!! 
Consider the logistics that go into how students engage and participate on the platform activities. Consider requesting a computer lab for some or all of your fall class!

Student Surveys completed by June 5th! https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/C20_spring2013_post

Fall Meeting Dates - MARK YOUR CALENDARS NOW. 


All meetings are on Tuesday afternoons from 2:30 pm - 5:30 pm 

September 10 
October 8
November 5
December 3 

Image by Will Clayton

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