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Igniting Student Engagement Through Open Inquiry and Viewpoint Diversity - Shared screen with speaker view
Lara Ault
43:56
This is an awesome idea. Can anyone think of how to do this online?
Daniel Lloyd
44:31
I agree! I'll be trying to figure out how to adapt it.
Francis Orlando
53:28
I'm sure that dan will share this as a source, but to Sergiy's point about the importance of emotion.
Francis Orlando
53:29
https://righteousmind.com/
Randall Woodard
53:34
Lara- the quiz function in zoom can be used. Kahoot is one other way.
Francis Orlando
57:04
A good resource on dehumanizing political opponents and its consequences.
Francis Orlando
57:07
https://press.uchicago.edu/ucp/books/book/chicago/R/bo163195227.html
Lara Ault
57:10
Woody, You mean we can use Kahoot for the Likert scale? Would it work if not physically moving to the disagree-agree values during the same time frame?
Eileen O'Brien
58:14
Brave space versus safe space, Learning occurs outside comfort zone
Daniel Lloyd
58:16
Thanks for the link, Frank.
Randall Woodard
59:04
It would be different but can be used to encourage diversity in a discussion and see who thinks what- and then invite them to share the idea and why they hold it.
Dr. Ebony Perez, MSW (she/her/ella)
01:00:25
Discomfort can be a powerful learning tool. However, it is key for faculty to be self aware of their own positionalities and ability to support others
Dr. Ebony Perez, MSW (she/her/ella)
01:01:26
We also need to expand our definitions of diversity
Francis Orlando
01:05:19
Great point, Ebony.
Lara Ault
01:06:07
Could you possibly put the links in the chat so they are clickable??
Patrick Murphy
01:06:17
I love the walk the line idea and how you mentioned minimum wage as part of it. What are some of the other questions you use to build up to tougher questions. Also, do you ever ask any of the tough ones again after a lesson to see if anyone has changed? I use a Fox News clip prior to opening up a min wage debate to basically toss some fuel on the fire between different opinions. My end goal is to note the difference between “what is” in econ and “what should be” in the real world.
Dr. Ebony Perez, MSW (she/her/ella)
01:07:04
I'd love this slide if possible
Eileen O'Brien
01:07:45
Great discussion! Thank you for presenting it!
Jennifer Turkovich
01:08:00
Thank you!
Laura Altfeld
01:08:02
Thank you!
Lara Ault
01:08:05
Thanks!
Marc Pugliese, Assoc. Dean, Arts & Sciences
01:08:08
Thank you!