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Leticia Britos Cavagnaro

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Transcript of Pre-Work

Simon Sinek, Why
Dancing man: Leading and Following
TEDxTeen: Making a movement
Sir Ken Anime
SAP, Defining challenges in academia
Making Space for creativity

UIF Program Objectives:
1) Convert regular students into change agents who achieve lasting institutional change in academia;
+Online Objectives:
2) Create a gate that requires demonstrated knowledge, stakeholder buy-in & project commitment to ensure follow-through (which impacts integrity of UIF value proposition).

inputs: knowledge, inspiration, tools, connections, examples, platform, advise
outputs: plan, confidence, credibility, accountability

big picture
re: academia

Community Agreements,
Faculty relationship,
Landscape Canvas
Session 1
Session 2
Session 3
Strategic Priorities,
preparing to be presented as
'student thought leader' (public spotlight); accountability
Spring 2016 online curriculum
1. Intros **make it mutual and communal**
we each share our names and sth else (our superpower?)
each team or individual fellow (how many are solo?) powwows/brainstorm for 2 min and shares their superpower via PollEv
2. Roadmap
HMW make it interactive?
what if... it's a trivia question for each "stop" of the roadmap ("virtual roadtrip on the UIF RV"?) based on facts from past trainings.
what if... we invite veteran Fellows who each share a curated nugget about each "stop"
what if... we create a "treasure hunt" and have a map and they have to discover things about each module and use PollEv to share (friendly competition?)
what if... we create a choose your own adventure video - see for inspiration: http://www.adweek.com/socialtimes/interactive-youtube-videos/20567
what if... (insert your idea here :)
3. Intro to Landscape Canvas:
again, HMW make it interactive? some of the basic ideas above might apply
4. Relationships:
have a faculty sponsor give a testimonial and/or advice to new sponsors
have a mini game module with a faculty sponsor and a fellow a-la- games played with married couples that have to answer the same questions and the answers are compared

Other general thoughts/ideas:
start with the WHY
more general: use the PPPP framework we used at GES:
Purpose (start with the why): mission
People: intros +relationships
Place: virtual (novoed, etc.) + meetup
Process: roadmap + LC
map what info can be shared in advance and explored during the call, and which can be hinted at during the call but left for more in-depth self-paced exploration afterwards.
be explicit about EXPECTATIONS for both candidates and sponsors.
HMW convey that we put a lot of thought into what we share and, even when e-mails (or NovoEd content) may appear long, we only include important info?
perhaps a "brown m&m" included in an e-mail before the call and we test how many read it.

DT intro (experiential)
LS intro (experiential)
DT and LS: overlaps and differences

Catalysts: Fellows with experience teaching DT (this, and other work ‘counts’ towards being a Fab; prep session with LBC - carrot: Timothy, Meenu, Tanner)
Live session: when? Invite others? Frederik? Who else?

Meet current Fellows (can use this to go deeper into tools for empathy and problem/opportunity framing)
Explore orgs/talk to reps
use the LC as part of this, so they can go deeper when they present, they have some case studies and models
presentations (HMW group them for most productive sharing?)
capture main insights from each group (provide framework)
post a navigable prezi with a meta-analysis / synthesis by us/ team of veteran based on insights from each breakout Fellows afterwards (parallel/inspiration: DTAL crowdsourcing of problem definition)
Overall thoughts/ideas:
HMW best use veteran Fellows aside from session 2? as catalysts; learning opp for them as facilitators
LC: do we experiment with build on previous ones for whole cohort?
do we want to have a unique session structure?
why: ritual leads eases the process
eg. each session starts with a small activity, then a series of videos or other materials that set ups a bigger activity/assignment, and is followed by a breakout or plenary live session
incorporate/share data from evaluation as well as the data from their pre-survey

framing from us, customization by them according to LC and BMC: metrics of success, value proposition,
"war stories"/testimonials from prev Fellows? (they could ask fellows at their schools and/or other schools via BJ or videos)

interview 5 stakeholders
Submit initial business model canvas
Submit 'I thought, I learned, Next I will' for one stakeholder.

Negotiation strategies:
UIF case study (similar to what we did at the Meetup)
[optional additional session/live webinar to go deeper?]
complete/iterate BMC
Document project plans: who, what, when, where, & why
Document campus overview with embedded landscape canvas.
Connect it to public profiles/bios of Fellows.
(project pitch as session title sounds very tactical and granular)

storytelling FRAMEWORKS
EXEMPLARS (both not-related and UIF)
TOOLS (include ones that promote prototyping approach, storyboarding, as well as tools to easily create good videos)
Create a video message as a lasting artifact that can spread easily, precedes the Fellow & doesn't require a 1-on-1 meeting.

done deal
Strategies for change - part I
Strategies for change - part II
Landscape Canvas crosspollination
Session 4
Prep for stakeholder meeting
Session 5
Negotiation strategies
Session 6
Communicating Your Ideas
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