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How do we practice Information Age skills? Which of the C’s do we actively engage with, share in the-struggle-to-learn with others, and intentionally insert into daily practice?
Creativity and innovation, Communication, Critical thinking and problem solving, Collaboration, …
At Trinity, a small cohort of faculty meet at either 7:15 a.m. or 3:30 p.m. to learn more about sketch noting. We call it #doodling #TedTalkTuesday (or #TEDTalkThursday). We meet, watch a TED talk, and doodle. We share our work and offer each other feedback.
But, how do we differentiate for faculty unavailable at these times? In other words, how can we leverage technology to learn and share together?
Challenged by members of the Trinity Faculty to exercise creativity and critical problem solving, I have started developing the following prototype to attempt to offer a solution to this identified need.
At the end of these eight 75-minute sessions, participants should…
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