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JiTT 2017: Students as Producers
Transcript of JiTT 2017: Students as Producers
Vanderbilt University Center for Teaching
Derek Bruff, Mathematics: http://is.gd/hNIko8
"Center of Attention," Derek Bruff, Flickr (CC)
"Pink Pedal Power," Derek Bruff, Flickr (CC)
A Degree of Autonomy
Bass & Elmendorf (2010)
Ryan & Deci (2000)
Ambrose et al. (2010)
Holly Tucker, French: http://is.gd/iy77Bg
Steve Baskauf, Biology: http://is.gd/kcmYhJ
Brian Griffith, Human & Org. Dev.: http://is.gd/UBYDru
“There are always a fair number of failures.”
"I was there–not as an intractable 'expert' but instead as a guide. My job was to guide them toward appropriate resources and to ask the right questions at the right time–as well as help shape tasks and assignments to help them move their projects forward."
- Holly Tucker
"We also took a risk by taking on a project we had virtually no clue how to solve. But along the way, the outcome became pretty powerful." - Allanah Jackson
"Design approaches for teaching and learning that engage students with what we might call an 'authentic audience' (other than the teacher), where the representation of knowledge for an audience is absolutely central to the construction of knowledge in a course."
Randy Bass & Heidi Elmendorf, http://is.gd/08EYYH
John Ayers, Earth & Env. Sciences:
Pair up and discuss a time or two you observed students (perhaps yourself) act as producers of knowledge.
What aspects of that experience helped motivate and engage the students?
Erika Grundstrom, Astronomy
What role has audience played in your teaching in the past?
What makes it challenging to connect students with authentic audiences?
Tim Foster's story:
Ole Molvig, History
Pointed students to bills under consideration
Brainstormed topics of interest
Provided examples of briefs
Discussed effective elements of briefs
Peer reviewed draft briefs in class
Tara McKay & Gilbert Gonzales, Health Policy: http://bit.ly/2wBp2O6
Mark Schoenfield, English: http://bit.ly/2wBmXSa
Vivian Finch, Vanderbilt U.: http://is.gd/rOsD4F
What ideas do you have for engaging your students as producers?
Derek's story: http://derekbruff.org/?p=2081
Backward Fading Scaffolding
Generate a question
Make an evidence-based conclusion
One example of assessment...