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Fire and flow on engagement in learning calongne web

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CONNECT 2019 hosted in two workshops on October 11, 2019 by Dr. Cynthia Calongne, aka Lyr Lobo. Focus is on flow, emergence, engagement, presence, immersion, pedagogy, andragogy, heutagogy,the power of discussions, and a few video tips to strengthen the faculty experience.

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Fire and flow on engagement in learning calongne web

  1. 1. Cynthia Calongne CONNECT 2019 CCCOnline What students want & what instructors need in online discussions, feedback, & video presentations
  2. 2. Agenda • The Liminal, eLCC, & stay connected! • Engagement - Share your favorites • YuJa & Video Display & Editing Tips • Flow & Emergence • Presence & Immersion • The Transfer of Energy • Student Examples • Our Critical Friends • Discovery
  3. 3. Kae Novak, Cynthia Calongne, & Barbara Truman at eLCC
  4. 4. What is your ideal learning environment? What enflames your mind and feeds your spirit? Faculty Engagement
  5. 5. Engagement What do faculty need? • What are your preferences? • What do you want in your learning environment? What do students need? • Are their needs different? • What do students want in their learning environment?
  6. 6. “Our most rewarding activities are not natural; they demand an effort that initially one is reluctant to make. But once the interaction starts to provide feedback to the person's skills, it usually begins to be intrinsically enjoyable.” ― Mihaly Csíkszentmihályi, Flow
  7. 7. Learning Is this correct? We nailed it! Does it look familiar? What do we do? New Tools Educator Skills New Concepts Student Skills
  8. 8. Stress is Good for You? RESD2 ALERT (2019, September 27). Flow. Active Learning Experiences in Resourceful Thinking
  9. 9. “Houston, we have a problem!”
  10. 10. Experience the Content through Video
  11. 11. YuJa Video Tips • How do you use YuJa? • Keep them short & sweet • Captions are phonetic – arrays => a raise • Design your naming convention – CSC105 Project 11-1 – Rename the edited file names • Manage Media, Folders, and YuJa Chooser
  12. 12. To Record, Select the Screen Options In the YuJa Software Station, which is the creative software app you installed on your system with a separate login, if you have multiple monitors, select Screens.
  13. 13. Recording from a 2nd Monitor in YuJa Scroll down to Custom Displays and select the Right Display.
  14. 14. Use Easy to Remember Names in YuJa Recommend using a course name and activity name, such as CSC119 M4-1 or CSC105 Project 11-1. If the video is conceptual, then feature a topic name or a Module #.
  15. 15. Generating Captions in YuJa Captions take time to produce. Edit the video and click CC. Tip: Avoid the Add Caption button or be prepared to reset the start/stop times for the remaining captions.
  16. 16. Video Editing You can add a video, or cut a clip to your video. On the upper right, you can modify your start stop times and other features.
  17. 17. Cut a Clip Out of a Video It is easy to cut a clip from a video. Drop your cursor at the start of your cut, click the scissors icon, drag the cursor to the destination and double click.
  18. 18. Precise Cuts in YuJa For a precise audio cut, set the start and end times for the cut.
  19. 19. Undo Video Editing If you change your mind about the cut, use Undo or type Ctrl+z on Windows before saving the project.
  20. 20. Text Overlay in YuJa Click the Text Overlay icon below the video. A menu appears asking for the overlay text, font size and duration. It plays the overlay when you get to that point as seen in the 2nd image.
  21. 21. Learning Pedagogy – teacher-centric, engagement – The course structures the curriculum to optimize learning. – Students memorize basic facts and rules. • Andragogy – learner-centric, cultivation – Supports how adults learn through trial and error – Do you read the instructions before using the software? • Heutagogy – learner-centric, realization – Self-determined learning focuses on what & how to learn. – Focuses on the process of constructing knowledge
  22. 22. Learning is a Transfer of Energy Student projects on flow & emergence with presence & immersion
  23. 23. Learning is Reciprocal
  24. 24. Flow, Presence, & Immersion
  25. 25. Student present their projects to two instructors Student Engagement
  26. 26. Human Barometer Communicate by Moving
  27. 27. Sharing an Experience in Words
  28. 28. Student Project to save the Manatee
  29. 29. It is work to host a great discussion!
  30. 30. Learning in Imaginative Contexts
  31. 31. Our Critical Friends
  32. 32. Discovery
  33. 33. Questions? Connect 2019, Cynthia Calongne