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1 RELATING TO TODAY’S COLLEGE STUDENT: STRATEGIES FOR COMMUNICATION AND ACTION IN INSTRUCTIONAL SETTINGS

2 SHIRKY. COGNITIVE SURPLUS: TV TIME TO INTERACTIVE MEDIA

3 BRUNO

4 LEVINE/DEAN: GENERATION ON A TIGHTROPE DIGITAL NATIVES DIVERSE MORE CONNECTED/MORE ISOLATED ECONOMICSIMMATURE/DEPENDENT/CODDLED/ENTITLED

5 LEVINE/DEAN CONT….. PRAGMATIC/HARDWORKING/WANT TO DO GOOD UNRELENTING CHANGE SO…….. PEDAGOGICAL INTEGRATION OF ABSTRACT WITH CONCRETE

6 PARKER PALMER. THE COURAGE TO TEACH.

7 GOOD TEACHERS (communicators) possess a capacity for connectedness

8 TEACHING (communicating) is an exercise in vulnerability

9 IDENTITY AND INTEGRITY ARE AT THE CORE OF GOOD TEACHING (communicating)

10 PERSONHOOD: USE TECHNIQUES TO REVEAL NOT CONCEAL

11 MENTORSHIP

12 CONNECTING WITH THE INWARD, LIVING CORE OF OUR STUDENTS

13 AN ACTIVITY

14 ACHIEVING ENGAGEMENT: LISTENING CLARIFIES PERCEPTIONS VOCABULARY ESTABLISHES UNDERSTANDING BODY LANGUAGE CONFIRMS PRESENCE TONE CREATES COMMONALITY

15 SOME ENGAGEMENT QUESTIONS …. LITTLE RANDY:

16 ARE STUDENTS’ FEELINGS IMPORTANT TO YOU?

17 DO YOU LIKE TO BE WITH STUDENTS, DRAWING STRENGTH FROM THEIR IDEAS AND VISIONS OR DO THEY ANNOY YOU?

18 ARE YOU WILLING TO ACCEPT OCCASIONAL DEFEAT AND MOVE ON WITHOUT PUNISHING THE INNOCENT?

19 DO YOU DIVIDE YOUR STUDENTS INTO FRIENDS (A FEW) AND ENEMIES (MANY)?

20 WOULD YOU SACRIFICE CONTENT FOR PROCESS?

21 ARE YOU GOOD AT PERSUADING STUDENTS TO DO YOUR BIDDING?

22 WHEN STUDENTS OPPOSE YOU, DO YOU TRY TO SEE THEIR POINT OF VIEW?

23 TECHNIQUES TALK….. BREATHSTANCEPACEVOLUMESTYLE

24 ENTHUSIASM IS: AUTHENTICAMPLIFYINGRECIPROCAL

25 IN SUMMARY…… SO WHAT DID YOU LEARN? WHAT IS YOUR TAKE-AWAY FROM THIS WORKSHOP?

26 RANDY’S MOTTO: GO TOWARDS THE STUDENT THAT DRIVES YOU NUTS….THERE’S SOMETHING YOU NEED TO LEARN!

27 Randy B. Hensley NEWMAN LIBRARY, BARUCH COLLEGE, CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK

28 SOURCES MENTIONED: Notes From the Field: 10 Short Lessons on One-Shot Instruction. Communications In Information Literacy. Vol. 6. Issue Arthur Levine and Diane R. Dean. Generation On A Tightrope: A Portrait of Today’s College Student. San Francisco, CA: Jossey- Bass, Parker Palmer. The Courage To Teach. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, Clay Shirky. Cognitive Surplus: Creativity and Generosity in a Connected Age. NY: Penguin Press, 2010.


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