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UIF training Fall 2016: session 3 (DT) - synthesis

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Leticia Britos Cavagnaro

on 28 September 2016

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Transcript of UIF training Fall 2016: session 3 (DT) - synthesis

"Saw a flyer for an Entrepreneurship Club... I was intrigued, but I don't know if I have what it takes to be part of it..."

Lisa has a misconception about what being an entrepreneur means...

Problem/ opportunity:
How might we help first year students connect their passions with their academic journey?

PROBLEM SPACE
PROBLEMS = OPPORTUNITIES
SOLUTION SPACE
"I don't know if I will get along with my roommate in the dormitory... It is weird to have to share my room with a stranger"
The incoming students moving into campus dorms feel anxious about how their relationship with their new "assigned friends" will affect their academic journey
"Since I was a kid I have enjoyed tinkering and building things in my dad's garage. I will miss that..."
"First year students would like to continue exploring their interests and passions when they start college "
help first year students connect their passions with their academic journey?
... tap into first year students' intrinsic motivation
...help first year students become life-long and proactive learners
...allowing students to choose their own class projects.
...creating a website where students can submit their proposed projects for the professors to evaluate.
...tap into first year students' intrinsic motivation?
...creating a
website
where students can submit their proposed projects for the professors to evaluate.
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