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HIPs Seminar - Shared screen with speaker view - Recording 1/2
Dana Gregory
54:12
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anil.poudel@arapahoe.edu
54:45
Anil Poudel
Mark Izold
54:47
I am interested in seeing what you have as far as HIPS practices. :)
Bruce McCluggage
55:29
Bruce.McCluggage@ppcc.edu I’ve done Service_learning projects for along time now.
Neil Austin
56:02
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.
Stephen Collins
57:15
Congratulations, Dana and Tymbre!
Antoinette Trujillo
57:43
Antoinette Trujillo, Surgical Technology
Gina
57:46
https://libguides.ppcc.edu/hips
Tymbre Eggers
57:53
Thank you Stephen!
Ramona Lowe
57:59
Not sure if my name is showing, but I am Ramona Lowe, adjunct from Math & English
Kjersten Halvorsen
58:22
I’m interested in continuing to build HIPs into classes I’m teaching via Live-Remote.
Ruth-Ann Larish
58:29
Part of HIPs since it started with Service Learning and Global Studies. Learn new ideas.
Ruth-Ann Larish
59:46
Me is Ruth-Ann Larish :)
Mark Izold
01:00:18
Mark Izold, up and running.... :)
Dana Gregory
01:00:29
Thanks everyone!
anil.poudel@arapahoe.edu
01:07:48
We do something called Scientific Method Home Experiment
anil.poudel@arapahoe.edu
01:07:59
designed to teach students scientific literacy
Ramona Lowe
01:08:16
Anil, I love the sound of that!
anil.poudel@arapahoe.edu
01:13:31
Thank you Ramona. It’s a fun activity and students definitely seem to love it for sure.
anil.poudel@arapahoe.edu
01:18:23
I couldn’t agree more Stephon. Though this is only my second year in core teaching
anil.poudel@arapahoe.edu
01:24:51
Bruce, It sound a lot like what we do in SMHE structurally and learning objective wise
Stephen Collins
01:25:31
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. :)
Stephen Collins
01:26:30
Yeah on deliberative dialogue! Bravo, Gina.
anil.poudel@arapahoe.edu
01:27:18
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.
anil.poudel@arapahoe.edu
01:31:43
I joined from a different device..
Dana Gregory
01:32:42
Thank you Anil! I like that idea for science and medicine courses. Thank you for sharing.
S00023225
01:41:33
Be intentional with your goals for the SL and how these tie to the course.
Dana Gregory
01:41:47
Excellent point!
Anil Poudel
01:42:19
Stephen, thank you for bringing that to my attention. I am definitely going to use that and educate myself more
Stephen Collins
01:43:17
You "rock," Mark. :)
Mark Izold
01:44:29
Lots of "Food for Thought," I have a whole list of ideas now.
Ramona Lowe
01:48:08
I’d like to share what I do in Eng 121
Anil Poudel
01:48:40
I am driving but all ears
S00023225
01:49:43
I am terrible with doing the rubric. I email, do announcements, etc, but students do not do well completion of the HIPS survey.
Bruce McCluggage
01:51:10
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.
Dana Gregory
01:51:32
Would anyone like to share best practices that have worked well for you to increase student participation in the survey?
Dana Gregory
01:53:23
That sounds like an amazing project Bruce. I bet that is a project that makes a strong impression on students long term.
Stephen Collins
01:54:02
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!
Mark Izold
01:54:23
Sounds great for Science too!
Dana Gregory
01:54:25
Agreed!
Bruce McCluggage
01:55:14
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.
Dana Gregory
01:55:50
That is such a great approach, Bruce! Thank you for sharing. :)
Bruce McCluggage
01:56:57
Teaching principle: Demonstrate practically whatever it is that you yourself want your students to do!
Anil Poudel
02:01:52
I do use rubrics. Not only it makes learning objectives and expectation clears, it also reduces students complaints and make grading more equitable
Stephen Collins
02:02:05
Socrates looked for philosophy everywhere and then drank hemlock. Uh-huh. Just saying, Bruce.... :)
Gina
02:03:01
"Okay Boomer"
S00023225
02:03:20
Thank you!
Gina
02:04:51
https://libguides.ppcc.edu/hips
Mark Izold
02:05:12
Muchas gracias!
Bruce McCluggage
02:05:17
@Stephen, uh-huh…and WHO do we talk about 2400 years after their death?
Ramona Lowe
02:05:46
Thanks so much!
Bruce McCluggage
02:05:50
Now just try and think of something that You are about that people will be talking about 2,400 years from now!!
S00298503
02:06:12
Thank you for sharing your expertise!