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creative media. Christopher Fink, PhD Christa Cocumelli, Sarah Truchan, Tara VanVranken Ohio Wesleyan University AAHPERD 2010 – Indianapolis – 19 March. Objectives for Today. Expose to two very different multimedia projects Deconstruct multi-layered nature of projects

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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)



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


Photography project personal health1
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


Photography project personal health3
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


Photography project personal health4
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



Transtheoretical model
Transtheoretical Model

Adoption

Maintenance

Action

Preparation

Contemplation

Precontemplation


Sometimes people have other things

standing in the way of making good behavioral

decisions.



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


Maintenance self may feel like an intimidating task.

Action

Preparation

Contemplation

Pre-Contemplation

Transtheoretical Model

Stages of Change


Wiki project hist phil principles of pe
Wiki Project: self may feel like an intimidating task.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


Wiki project hist phil principles of pe1
Wiki Project: self may feel like an intimidating task.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


Wiki project hist phil principles of pe2
Wiki Project: self may feel like an intimidating task.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


Wiki project hist phil principles of pe3
Wiki Project: self may feel like an intimidating task.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: self may feel like an intimidating task.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: self may feel like an intimidating task.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: self may feel like an intimidating task.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: self may feel like an intimidating task.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: self may feel like an intimidating task.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: self may feel like an intimidating task.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: self may feel like an intimidating task.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: self may feel like an intimidating task.Hist., Phil., Principles of PE

  • Considerations

    • Group work that works

    • Accountability

    • Process

    • Layering

    • Synthesis

    • Jigsawing

    • Fun!

  • Student Example – Christa Cocumelli


Concluding thoughts
Concluding Thoughts self may feel like an intimidating task.

  • 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 self may feel like an intimidating task.

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

Bloom (1956)


Bloom s taxonomy revised1
Bloom’s Taxonomy Revised self may feel like an intimidating task.

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

Anderson & Kratwohl (2001)


Thank you
Thank you! self may feel like an intimidating task.

  • AAHPERD

  • Ohio Wesleyan University PE Dept.

    • Margie Shade

    • Nancy Knop

  • Sarah Truchan

  • Tara VanVranken

  • Christa Cocumelli