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Engineering & Entrepreneurship Education: An Online Affair?

presentation at ASEE 2013 -Tom Byers and Leticia Britos Cavagnaro
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Leticia Britos Cavagnaro

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Transcript of Engineering & Entrepreneurship Education: An Online Affair?

process
skills
mindsets
debrief
: I like, I wish, what if...
Online Learning
BIG BANG
Scratching your own itch
Illustration by Charis Tsevis
recreated cover image - original article found at http://bit.ly/MOOC2012
Leticia Britos Cavagnaro
Engineering & Entrepreneurship Education:
An Online Affair?
vs
"wicked problems"
Experiential learning
Udacity, Coursera, EdX, Kahn Academy, Venture Lab (now NovoEd)
Literal translation of traditional lectures
eg: "sage on stage"
Things that can be (better) done online
eg: connect with people from different cultures
Thanks!
britos@stanford.edu
@LeticiaBritosC
Waldo
Tom Byers
tbyers@stanford.edu
Revolution #2
Entrepreneurial skills
Revolution #1: Online learning
http://bit.ly/epi_online
http://www.class-central.com/
How much time do you have?
Stanford University
6 min
60 min
6 weeks
complements a
class
complements a
course
complements a
curriculum
http://stvp.stanford.edu/jolts
http://venture-lab.org/designthinking
tseelig@stanford.edu
@tseelig
@tommybyers
Tina Seelig
eCorner clips
Just-in-time Online Learning Tools (JOLTs)
http://ecorner.stanford.edu
Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)
Testing to Learn: Francisco’s Prototype
There is no right answer to this question but, following the premise that problems are opportunities for creative solutions, Francisco might be able to capitalize on this. The fact that the device exists might actually be a good thing, and Francisco could focus on creating a platform that will specialize on the educational applications of the technology, analyzing the data coming from students (and, why not, teachers) using the device.
photo by giuseppe.constantino, flickr, CC license
Inspiration
Action
Reflection
video "episodes" with embedded activities and mini-case studies
3 week design challenge in real world
applying the process to own problems

Exclusive clips from PBS documentary
"Extreme by Design"
(to be released December 11 2013)
see trailer at http://bit.ly/extremebydesign-trailer
Learning Squads
Catalysts
Francisco’s insight from his research with students is that many struggle to balance taking notes that will help them review the materials with being present and engaged in class, especially in those classes that are more interactive and project- and team-based.

His idea is to have a camera that you can wear to be able to record a class activity with the least disruption possible and from the student point of view, who can then replay it to take notes and reflect on what happened later.

He has built a prototype of the device, and has tested it with some students. Take a look at the prototype Francisco built.

These are some of the learnings from his early tests:
-students like having a record of the class events that they can share and discuss with others
-students suspect that some teachers and/or other students might not be comfortable with them recording the class
-what format is the most useful to have: video or pictures?
-where is the media going to be stored and who will have access to it?
-how is the device going to be controlled?

Note that some of the learnings are statements (positive or negative), while other are new ideas, or questions.

While doing more research on the technology requirements for his idea, Francisco discovers that a company in California has actually manufactured a device very similar to his prototype (called "Google Glass").
Should Francisco abandon this idea?
YES
Make sure you go to the
Test Forum
to learn more about Google Glass and how it was prototyped, and keep learning strategies to test prototypes.
There is no right answer to this question but, following the premise that problems are opportunities for creative solutions, Francisco might be able to capitalize on this. The fact that the device exists might actually be a good thing, and Francisco could focus on creating a platform that will specialize on the educational applications of the technology, analyzing the data coming from students (and, why not, teachers) using the device.
NO
Educators' Track: http://bit.ly/DTAL-EDU
Don't miss Tina's Distinguished Lecture in A-301 at 10:30!
bit.ly/DTAL-EDU
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