Tuesday, October 8, 2013

October 8, 2013 Agenda


2:30     Welcome & Announcements
  • Tenure and Promotion Forum - Nov. 14, 2:30 PM, E242
  • CUNY IT Conference : 12/5 and 12/6 (we’ll be presenting; you’re encouraged to come!  Milena will presenting with us and we’ll be showcasing your connections!

2:40      I. Transitioning:
From Quiet to Participation: Alone and QUIET!
Create a GOOGLE DOC; allow it to be shared with “anyone with a link” and “comment.”  Post your link in the “comments” of this blog post.  
2:50 (20 minutes)
  1. Read the original assignments HERE . On the blog, follow the comments and replies of one colleague’s interaction of which you were NOT a part.
3:10 (30 MINUTES) In your google doc:
  1. Briefly describe what occurred in terms of the trivium (e.g., pedagogy, community, technology).
  2. How would you evaluate the activity’s design in terms of participation?
  3. How would you revise this activity for another seminar group (or for your students) to promote participation? Think of what could be added, removed, moved (organizationally), or substituted.
  4. How would you evaluate your own participation? Why?

3:40    30 minute conversation full group generating criteria for evaluating activity design and participation.

4:10    15 minute break

4:25    II. Transitioning:
From Participation to Evaluation: How Should We Evaluate Web 2.0 Connections?
Small Group Discussion (10 minutes each for 3)  (til 4:55)
  1. Each person briefly describes (or shows) what occurred in their connection activity in terms of the trivium (e.g., pedagogy, community, technology).
Given the criteria we’ve just generated to evaluate a connecting activity design and participation:   
  1. How will you evaluate the activity’s design in terms of participation?
  2. How will you build on this activity for your next connection activity this semester? What do you wish you’d done to promote participation? Think of what could be added, removed, moved (organizationally), or substituted.
  3. How did/will you evaluate your students’ participation? Why?

4:55     III. Planning connections time: work alone, with your connecting partner, or in “consultation” group
5:20     Go over homework;  technology sign up.
2. Sign up to be invited to the C2.0 Diigo platform: https://groups.diigo.com/group/dfl-20/invite

Homework:
ASAP, Please: 
1. Fill in the grid CLICK HERE: (ASAP, please tell us your courses name, number, section!)
2. Create (if you do not have one already) a Twitter and Facebook account.
 
  • By 10/15: Post the “story” of your connecting activity on the blog (including what occurred in your connection activity in terms of the trivium (e.g., pedagogy, community, technology).
Given the criteria we’ve just generated to evaluate a connecting activity design and participation: How are you evaluating the activity’s design in terms of participation? How will you build on this activity for your next connection activity? What do you wish you’d have done to promote participation? How did/will you evaluate your students’ participation? Why?
 
Here are a couple of helpful and interesting links from C2.0ers and others about evaluating students’ work (mostly on blogs but could prove useful for other platforms too):
  • By 10/22: Please comment on others’ posts! Finish filling in the grid: CLICK HERE:
  • By 10/29: Please post an update on the blog: How is the planning going for your connection?
  • By 11/05: Have your next connecting activity completed; post the “story” (as above).



7 comments:

  1. My Google Doc Page - https://docs.google.com/document/d/1oAa5Dr0ekAOjFAeU48vXnEjquVNRrtPRinXtrKoC0w0/edit?usp=sharing

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  2. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1qHKzIVFfphHV2q3gJfJ1Hc8wyTRJjykvEDiSYZxsk4g/edit?usp=sharing

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  3. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1x1UUJiJHmiEbrYWma76xrhDd_eJhpUnpI76yhdRau88/edit?usp=sharing

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  4. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-RutIM73vUiBxLcmt3LOsbZ3PHSX8wqTH4EE_ECT3LA/edit

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  5. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1eXG3FQ5ooUhjuTc88ah56QjAROVvSu2GMdZDa5lVNdY/edit

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  6. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1twR3CcQR3XOt3Q0XFYcN1maHH04GyqfYoGVncGg3VIY/edit

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  7. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1K_UbrjXCIe4tBI1Sc6bDa_sy5Lwrrsgut6g-iInjV3E/edit

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