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I am interested in seeing what you have as far as HIPS practices. :)
Bruce.McCluggage@ppcc.edu I’ve done Service_learning projects for along time now.
I've just been promoted to faculty, but I've been seeing emails about HIPs for the past four years, and I thought it'd be good to know more about them.
Congratulations, Dana and Tymbre!
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Thank you Stephen!
Not sure if my name is showing, but I am Ramona Lowe, adjunct from Math & English
I’m interested in continuing to build HIPs into classes I’m teaching via Live-Remote.
Part of HIPs since it started with Service Learning and Global Studies. Learn new ideas.
Me is Ruth-Ann Larish :)
Mark Izold, up and running.... :)
We do something called Scientific Method Home Experiment
designed to teach students scientific literacy
Anil, I love the sound of that!
Thank you Ramona. It’s a fun activity and students definitely seem to love it for sure.
I couldn’t agree more Stephon. Though this is only my second year in core teaching
Bruce, It sound a lot like what we do in SMHE structurally and learning objective wise
Which came first? Epistemology or ontology? How can I know if I know anything, if I don't know whether or not I exist? You are brave, Bruce, for even trying to teach this. :)
Yeah on deliberative dialogue! Bravo, Gina.
I also ask them to do research on “historical figure or events” that is important to science and medicine and ask them to write research summary and do group presentation.
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Thank you Anil! I like that idea for science and medicine courses. Thank you for sharing.
Be intentional with your goals for the SL and how these tie to the course.
Stephen, thank you for bringing that to my attention. I am definitely going to use that and educate myself more
You "rock," Mark. :)
Lots of "Food for Thought," I have a whole list of ideas now.
I’d like to share what I do in Eng 121
I am driving but all ears
I am terrible with doing the rubric. I email, do announcements, etc, but students do not do well completion of the HIPS survey.
Since I teach philosophy, I like to direct a Service-Learning project that helps students to ‘see’ that they can ‘use’ Philosophy to help serve their community (family, friends, co-workers, neighbors) who they know right around them. Scaffolding for this Service-Learning project includes doing Socratic-type interviews ahead of time and working on a pop-culture report where they have to analyze any pop-culture event (song, video, TV or movie clip) and draw out a philosophical or Ethical concept they have learned in the course.
Would anyone like to share best practices that have worked well for you to increase student participation in the survey?
That sounds like an amazing project Bruce. I bet that is a project that makes a strong impression on students long term.
I LOVE the idea of assigning students to debunk a conspiracy theory! I may try this in a class or two. Thank you for the idea!
Sounds great for Science too!
Great question, Dana. I actually encourage my students to create a little ‘assessment’ to give to their community audience that they just served (by hosting a movie and philosophy discussion) with a half-sheet asking for audience feedback of the event (Likert scale and a 1 or 2 open-ended questions). Then the students can know/value the impact of FEEDBACK and then will do it themselves when asked to do their own survey.
That is such a great approach, Bruce! Thank you for sharing. :)
Teaching principle: Demonstrate practically whatever it is that you yourself want your students to do!
I do use rubrics. Not only it makes learning objectives and expectation clears, it also reduces students complaints and make grading more equitable
Socrates looked for philosophy everywhere and then drank hemlock. Uh-huh. Just saying, Bruce.... :)
@Stephen, uh-huh…and WHO do we talk about 2400 years after their death?
Thanks so much!
Now just try and think of something that You are about that people will be talking about 2,400 years from now!!
Thank you for sharing your expertise!