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How Fascinating!

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Clare Atkins

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Transcript of How Fascinating!

Dr Clare Atkins, NMIT
How Fascinating!
An Entrepreneurial Learning Initiative
The Course
ITC501 Information Technology in Context
The Paradigm
Entrepreneurial Education
The Result
redesigned assessment
no one (wanted) to teach it
no one wanted to study it
foundation content
How could it be fun?
compulsory
Challenges?
Gamification?
BORING!
introductory
???
“we don’t get better to avoid failure,
we fail in order to get better”
(Jones 2013)
Dare to Fail
Different teaching?
Conductor (Boston Phil)
Benjamin Zander
The Inspiration
Teacher (Boston Cons of Music)
TED talker!
Only teach "A"
students
"We don't give a child a name as an expectation to live up to but as a possibility to live in to."
"You cannot learn anything without making a mistake...so when you make a mistake, celebrate by going - How Fascinating!"
the conductor of an orchestra doesn't make a sound...my job is to awaken possibility in other people"
How Fascinating!
Awaken Possibility
BUT
How to be an entrepreneur?
Teach entrepreneurial skills?
Apply entrepreneurial skills to teaching?
take risks
be prepared for failure
have confidence
learn from mistakes
intelligent optimism
experiment
reflect
innovate
adapt
crowdsourced teaching
recognise opportunity
gave everyone an A+ at start
Staff enjoyed it!
Students enjoyed it (no WDs!)
89% successful completion
time management
regular study
habits
communication
taster of IT - subjects, staff and study
coping with
diversity
ethical professional
practice
early intervention
self directed
or
formative
self-paced
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