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JBD Day 3, Active Engagement and Social Support

Day 3, 2013
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DiAnna Palmer

on 6 November 2013

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Transcript of JBD Day 3, Active Engagement and Social Support

Facts About LGBTQA
What can we do at Franklin?!
Active Engagement and Social Support
Welcome to Day Three
Homework & Feedback
Overview of Yesterday
Questions about Yesterday?
Shared Learning Environments
Wrap-Up
Homework
Promoting Shared Learning
Promoting a Shared Learning Environment
Guiding Students to Engage
Conflict Management Strategies
Two forces clash
Often due to
- Differing beliefs
- Differing needs
- Differing expectations
Conflict Management Strategies
Conflict Management
Definition
Examples
Preventing Conflict in the Classroom
- Set clear expectations
- Build community
- Model behavior
- Exercise empathy
- Listen
Conflict Management Strategies
Handling Conflict
- Do not ignore
- Remain calm
- Listen and repeat
Conflict Management Strategies
Learning community
Indicators of successful learning communities
Promoting a Shared Learning Environment
Learner Engagement
Instructor
Active Collaborative Learning
Student
Promoting a Shared Learning Environment
Support & Encouragement
Collaboration
Interaction
Socially Constructed Meaning
Learning Communities
Encourage interactivity
Build cohesion
Weave comments into postings
Interaction dependent on content
Promoting a Shared Learning Environment
- Instructor to student
- Student to student
- Student to instructor
Promoting a Shared Learning Environment
Using Real World Examples
News Outlets
You Tube
Corporate Websites
Textbook Videos
TED-ed
Using Credible Sources
Orient course around real-world problems
Provide options that allow students to tailor assignments toward portfolio products or career related goals
Use participatory strategies including case studies and situations from real-world practice
Present theories and concepts within the context of application to real-world issues
Use students as resources and experts where they have direct knowledge
Provide opportunities such as discussion to share knowledge and experience

Applying Life/Real World Experiences to Course Content
Email
Blogs
Listservs
Twitter
Facebook
Instagram
LinkedIn
Email, Blogs, Social Media
Learning Communities
“A learning community is a group of people who share a common interest and are actively engaged in learning together.”
Student Disengagement
Engaged vs disengaged
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