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Creative media

creative media

Christopher Fink, PhD

Christa Cocumelli, Sarah Truchan, Tara VanVranken

Ohio Wesleyan University

AAHPERD 2010 – Indianapolis – 19 March


Objectives for today

Objectives for Today

  • Expose to two very different multimedia projects

  • Deconstruct multi-layered nature of projects

  • Link projects to higher-level learning (Bloom)

    • Problem-solving

    • Information sharing

    • Creativity

    • Address various learning styles

  • Discuss assessment and logistics

  • Provide student view about process and product


Bloom s taxonomy

Bloom’s Taxonomy

http://edorigami.wikispaces.com/Bloom's+Digital+Taxonomy

Bloom (1956)


Bloom s taxonomy revised

Bloom’s Taxonomy Revised

http://edorigami.wikispaces.com/Bloom's+Digital+Taxonomy

Anderson & Kratwohl (2001)


Stages of change

Stages of Change


Photography project personal health

Photography Project:Personal Health

  • Intro-level course (n≈25)

  • Required for PE major

  • Behavior change embedded in course

    • Issues project

    • Nutrition behavior change project

    • Health history and current health status project

    • Photography project

  • Difficulties moving beyond knowledge / comprehension of stages & processes


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Photography Project: Personal Health

  • Project Objectives

    • Demonstrate understanding of entire TTM

    • Apply TTM to relevant health behavior

    • Creatively depict how TTM operates

    • Creatively depict perceptions of difficulty of applying TTM strategies

    • Gain access to and experience with using local, state, national health data

    • Link assigned behavior with these data

    • Examine data regarding environmental factors that may influence this behavior


Photography project personal health2

Photography Project:Personal Health

  • First attempt: written

  • Second attempt: images, presentation

  • Third attempt: charm!

    • Behavior linked to health history and current health project weakness

    • Images linked to “processes of change”

    • Creativity shown


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Photography Project: Personal Health

  • Detailed instructions handout (yellow)

    • Emphasizes critical nature of project

    • Emphasizes original images of difficulties

      • Student’s viewpoint

    • Slide content specified

      • Addresses objectives

    • Importance of notes section below slides

    • Linkages with data


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Photography Project: Personal Health

  • Step 1: Target Behavior Ranking

    • Based on previous project

    • Short worksheet (green)

  • Step 2: Assign Stage and Behavior

    • More difficulty with early, late stages

    • Balance in high-performing, low-performing students by topic

    • Larger % of high-performing students present on 1st day (modeling)


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Photography Project:Personal Health

  • Step 3: Health data gathering

    • Information literacy

    • HP2010, state, county data worksheet (pink)

  • Step 4: Environmental influences

    • Social, physical environment

    • Statistical Abstracts of the United States (lilac)

    • Role of reference librarian

  • Step 5: Peer review

    • Draft brought to class

    • Practice

    • Rubric containing same categories as final student rubric (tan)


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Photography Project:Personal Health

  • Step 7: Presentation

    • Two days

      • More high-performing students on first day

    • Pseudo-poster presentation (digital)

    • Invitations to other faculty, students

    • Public location

    • Importance of student rubric, questions (orange)

  • Step 8: Assessment

    • Class day: attire, punctuality

    • Collect presentations digitally (PowerPoint)

      • Descriptions of slides in notes section of slides

    • Example of rubric (blue)


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Photography Project: Personal Health

  • Special Considerations

    • Backup plan – technology glitches

    • Attendance

    • Layering with previous projects

    • Importance of student modeling

    • Grading load at end of semester

    • Student load at end of semester

  • Student examples

    • Sarah Truchan

    • Tara VanVranken


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Statistical Trends: Making Good Behaviors Difficult


Transtheoretical model

Transtheoretical Model

Adoption

Maintenance

Action

Preparation

Contemplation

Precontemplation


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Sometimes people have other things

standing in the way of making good behavioral

decisions.


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Many people ignore helpful information or deny that they have a problem.


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There is so much information out there; educating one’s self may feel like an intimidating task.


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Maintenance

Action

Preparation

Contemplation

Pre-Contemplation

Transtheoretical Model

Stages of Change


Wiki project hist phil principles of pe

Wiki Project: Hist., Phil., Principles of PE

  • Intro-level course (n≈20)

  • Required for PE major

  • Fit with my background

  • Importance of exploring connections

    • Sub-discipline

    • History

    • Society

  • Student exposure to new ways of viewing field

  • Varying philosophical views


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Wiki Project: Hist., Phil., Principles of PE

  • Project Objectives

    • Study history of discipline in variety of cultures

    • Focus on certain cultures that have been under-studied

    • Explore connections between various aspects of society and sport / pe

      • Government, women, children, medicine, religion

    • Develop a “philosophy” of sport & PE for each region

    • Share learning across entire class

    • Promote good “group” citizenship


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Wiki Project: Hist., Phil., Principles of PE

  • What is a Wiki?

    • User contributed, simple design

    • Editable by all, changes are tracked

    • Multimedia uploads possible

    • Familiar format

      • Wikipedia example


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Wiki Project: Hist., Phil., Principles of PE

Wilkins (2002)

Why Wiki?

  • Not immediately obvious which technology to use

  • Layers

    • Technology literacy

    • Sharing of information

    • Sharing of workload

    • Potential for discussion

    • Multimedia expression of ideas and learning

      • Maps, images, video

    • Citation of various media


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Wiki Project: Hist., Phil., Principles of PE

  • Sport Education (Siedentop, 1994)

    • Introduced earlier in semester

    • Modeled through project

  • Project Instruction handout (salmon)

    • 4 main parts of process

      • Major characteristics of PE and Sport – Regional focus

      • Timeline of major events – Regional focus

      • Individual focus topics (women, religion, etc)

      • Wiki and synthesis


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Wiki Project: Hist., Phil., Principles of PE

aerobiologicalengineering.com

  • 3 primary work products

    • Written work (individual, group)

    • Wiki page

    • Presentation

  • Step 1: Choosing group leaders & assessment

    • Assessment to rank other capacities and choose roles (yellow)

  • Step 2: Group draft

    • Leaders chose from pools with varying strengths

    • Helped with cohesion and division of strengths

    • Timing in semester important


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Wiki Project: Hist., Phil., Principles of PE

touregypt.net

  • Step 3: Random choice of region

    • Egypt (1500 - 700 BC)

    • China (1150 - 250 BC)

    • India (1500 - 200 BC)

    • Greece (900 - 300 BC)

    • Rome (500 BC – 250 AD)

    • Medieval Europe (400 AD – 1500 AD)

  • Step 4: Individual Topics

    • Women

    • Religion

    • Politics / Government

    • Medicine / Health

    • Children (if group size permits)


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Wiki Project: Hist., Phil., Principles of PE

bleacherreport.com

  • Step 5: Part 1 – Characteristics of Sport and PE in Region

    • Books on reserve

    • Information literacy session with reference librarian

      • Search strategies, resources

    • Instruction sheet (lilac)

    • Guiding questions

    • Goals for Part 1

      • Source list

      • Annotated bib

      • Revised annotated bib and group work (orange)


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Wiki Project: Hist., Phil., Principles of PE

vkidss.org

  • Step 6: Part 2 – Timeline

    • Instruction sheet (green)

    • Goal is to gain context

    • Importance of sources

    • Two steps, hand-written then typed

  • Step 7: Part 3 – Individual Topics

    • Instruction sheet (electric yellow)

    • Original Research

    • Role of jigsawing / peer groups in question formation

    • Information sharing in region group (light blue)


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Wiki Project: Hist., Phil., Principles of PE

answers.com

  • Step 8: Philosophy of Sport and PE

    • Instruction sheet (tan)

    • Goal is to succinctly synthesize work

    • Show these connections via bulleted work

  • Step 9: Wiki and Synthesis

    • Instruction sheet (electric green)

    • Familiar format (wikipedia)

    • Example provided on course wiki

    • Students have used wiki throughout semester

    • Importance of group roles


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Wiki Project: Hist., Phil., Principles of PE

  • Step 10: Presentation

    • Instruction sheet (pink)

    • Make it fun

    • Purpose is information sharing

    • Brochure handout planned for this semester

      • Key “take-home”points

  • Assessment!

    • Rubrics

    • Group member evaluation

      • Group member score weight, leader score weight


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Wiki Project: Hist., Phil., Principles of PE

  • Considerations

    • Group work that works

    • Accountability

    • Process

    • Layering

    • Synthesis

    • Jigsawing

    • Fun!

  • Student Example – Christa Cocumelli


Concluding thoughts

Concluding Thoughts

  • Let objectives drive technology, not vice versa

  • Provide foundation

  • Application, evaluation, creativity

    • Move beyond knowledge remembering, understanding

  • Allow students to have another “voice”


Bloom s taxonomy1

Bloom’s Taxonomy

http://edorigami.wikispaces.com/Bloom's+Digital+Taxonomy

Bloom (1956)


Bloom s taxonomy revised1

Bloom’s Taxonomy Revised

http://edorigami.wikispaces.com/Bloom's+Digital+Taxonomy

Anderson & Kratwohl (2001)


Thank you

Thank you!

  • AAHPERD

  • Ohio Wesleyan University PE Dept.

    • Margie Shade

    • Nancy Knop

  • Sarah Truchan

  • Tara VanVranken

  • Christa Cocumelli


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