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AL Live—Running in Reverse: Using Awe and Backward Design in Libraries - Shared screen with speaker view
Janina Siebert
30:41
I'm staff at Texas A&M University Libraries, I just completed a project for my Masters in Learning Design & Tech on Backward Design, and I'm hoping to apply that knowledge to work in the Libraries. I'm looking forward to your presentation!
DeeDee Brashers
30:53
Hello from Clever, MO
Ramona Burkey
30:55
Hello from Middletown, Connecticut!
Sarah Rosenblum
31:16
Hello from Marshalltown, Iowa
Layo E. Freed
31:27
Good morning everyone Layo from Berkeley, California!
Mary Faith Chmiel
31:30
Hello from Elizabeth, NJ!
Lynda Gillow
31:43
Hello from Delaware, the current and unceded territory of the Lenni Lenape and Nanticoke people.
Karyn Walsh
31:43
Good afternoon from Laurel, Mississippi!
Paula Roper
31:52
Hi from Mizzou!
Nan LaRosee
31:52
Hello from Winston-Salem, NC!
Kim Lunt
32:12
Hi from Waukegan, IL.
Barbara Hughey
32:45
Greetings from Gainesville, FL
Shannon Pensa
33:07
¡Hola! from Brownsville, Texas!
Lisa Hubick
33:16
Coming to you from beautiful British Columbia - we are grateful to work in a region south of the Fraser River which overlaps with the unceded traditional and ancestral lands of the Kwantlen, Musqueam, Katzie, Semihamoo, Qayqayt (key-kite), Tsawwassen and Kwikwetlem (kwee-kwet-lum) peoples.
Dara Petersen
33:17
hello! from St Augustine, FL
Teresa Potter
33:27
League City, Tx
Ramona Burkey
33:39
Public
DeeDee Brashers
33:39
Public
Kate Delaney
33:40
Public
Teresa Potter
33:40
Public
Laura Wilson
33:41
academic
Elizabeth Jones
33:41
Academic
Amy Dawley
33:41
public
Elizabeth Carroll
33:41
Public
Amanda Melchor
33:41
Academic
Liz Breed
33:42
Public
Brittany Harrell
33:42
Public
Daniel Dotson
33:42
academic
Eleanor Richardson
33:43
Public
Adrienne Warner
33:43
Academic
Vickie Kline
33:43
Academic
Trina Stidham
33:43
Public
Marisa Rodriguez
33:43
Public
Elizabeth McQueen
33:43
School
Cynthia Digby
33:43
Academic
Leanne VandeCreek
33:44
Academic
Marianne Vitale
33:44
Public
Kristina Bush
33:44
academic
Sarah Huber
33:44
academic
Sara Davidson Squibb
33:44
Academic
Jeremy Hanes
33:44
Public
Joy Bridwell
33:44
Tribal
Christine Bassett
33:44
Sunnyvale Public Library - Sunnyvale California
Claire Bowling
33:44
Hello from Cedar Falls, Iowa (Academic)!
Mary Ranadive
33:44
academic
Stephany Compton
33:44
Academic Library
Erin Shiba
33:45
Public
Rachel Liptak
33:45
public
Joy Worland
33:45
state library
Trisha Parsons
33:45
I am in a public library.
James Wethington
33:45
Academic -- Archives
Liz Fulton-Lyne
33:45
Academic
Julia Huskey
33:45
Academi
Caroline Sipio
33:45
Academic
Janina Siebert
33:45
Academic Libraries - I'm staff
Shannon Pensa
33:46
Academic, Special Collex
Frankie Hannan
33:46
Public
Jodi Norton
33:46
Public
Amy Mather
33:46
Public
Claire Olson
33:46
Teen librarian, public
Tracey McCormick
33:46
Public Library in La Veta, Colorado
Jess Brown
33:46
Cultural heritage digital library
Cindy Meadows
33:47
Public
Scott Lanning
33:47
academic
Carla Siqueiros
33:47
Public
Kim Lunt
33:47
Public
Kendra Davey
33:48
Kendra Davey, Tucson AZ Public library
Patricia Dew
33:48
Public library
Virginia Garrote
33:49
Academic/medical library
Michele grasso
33:49
academic
Lisa Murawa
33:49
public
Morgan Heck
33:49
Public
Cole Zrostlik
33:49
I work with 34 public libraries in Western Wisconsin.
Christopher Streets
33:50
Public
Lisa Hubick
33:50
Academic
Kayla Becker
33:50
public
Rachel Kahalley
33:51
Public
Sarah Rosenblum
33:51
Marshalltown Public Library (IA)
Maria Buhl
33:51
Public
Glynnis Alford
33:51
Public
Suanne Wymer
33:51
Public and also a LIS doctoral student
Kathie Watkins
33:51
PUBLIC
Michelle Lesniak
33:52
public
Amanda Lowe
33:52
academic
Penny Cowan
33:53
University of the South in Sewanee, TN - Academic
Rebecca James
33:53
Public library in Georgia
Diane Bruxvoort
33:53
academic
John Myrick
33:53
Public
Marian Traynor
33:53
Hello from an academic library in Oakville Ontario Canada
Denise Smith
33:53
academic
Melissa Tedesco
33:55
High School Library - Ninth grade campus
Lara Struttman
33:58
I'm middle school!
Debi Ratliff
33:58
Public Library with a 44000 service population
Jane Mertens
33:59
Academic, Grinnell Iowa
Abdalla Barakat
33:59
good afternoon from UAE
Michael Keener
33:59
Lewisville, TX. Public
Jackie Krieg
33:59
High School
Julie Osnes
34:01
High School!
Nicole Scherer
34:01
Hello from Long Island - library consortium
Teresa Walls
34:01
Teresa from Allen County (IN) Public Library
Diana Symons
34:02
small liberal arts college
Ken Frankel
34:02
Academic
Cindy Harrigan
34:03
Academic
Susan Taylor
34:03
academic
Mary Ryan
34:04
Public
William Straub
34:04
Academic
Becky Vanderheide
34:04
elementary
Lisa Cappel
34:04
public
Michelle Mears
34:05
Hello from Rolling Hills Library (public) in St. Joseph, MO
Kim Money
34:05
Corporate
Julia Sathler
34:05
Special government
Angelique Mandeville
34:05
academic from Alberta Canada
Linda Poston
34:05
Mechanicsburg, PA (academic)
Janine Tuttle-Gassere
34:05
public rural
Hollis Gentry
34:06
federal library & special history and culture library
Lindsay Dickinson
34:06
Academic
Heather Perrone
34:08
Academic Library at University of Maine
Kathleen Botter
34:08
Montreal, Canada - academic
Diane Kearney
34:10
Community college library in Springfield, VA
Carla Beals
34:11
academic
Phil Waterman
34:16
Hello from Worcester, MA and Worcester Polytechnic Institution.
Jill Lenick
34:16
High School
Kerry Stendell
34:18
MLIS student, will start working in public library next week
Jana Steevex
34:19
Califonia elementary private Easter break out here! Jan
Karyn Walsh
34:23
Public
Lawana Gladney
34:23
Federal, Law Library
Katherine Clowers
34:24
Public libraries on the coast of North Carolina
Gwendolyn Halford
34:28
Hi, I'm Gwen Halford from Food and Drug Admin
Adam Harness
34:28
Hello from Charleston, SC. Academic/Law
Elroy Richard
34:38
University of the virgin Islands
Christine Larson
34:38
Public Library System, Buckeye, Arizona (2 libraries, 1 bookmobile and a small local history museum)
Karen Pfeifer
34:55
Academic, Hays Kansas Fort Hays State University. Getting ready for renovation!
Gwendolyn Halford
34:56
government library
Sabine Simonson
34:59
Hello from the lovely Eastern Shore of Maryland
Helen Kula
35:15
Could you put the tiny URL for this presentation in the chat?
Vivian Rawlings
35:26
Seagoville Public Library in Seagoville, TX
Constance Estades
35:28
Connie Estades San Juan, Puerto RicoOne of only a handful of lending community libraries in Puerto Rico.
Dr. Sara Churchilll (she/her)
35:56
Https://tinyurl.com/bdf24ykx
DeeDee Brashers
35:58
How does that work in the job market when a masters is required?
Julia Sathler
36:04
Your course lineup is very fresh
Lynda Gillow
36:18
@helen, +1 for presentation URL
Tami Wilkerson
36:31
Hello from the Columbia Basin Fish & Wildlife Library in snowy (!) Portland, Oregon
Debbie Maestas
36:46
public
James Wethington
36:53
https://tinyurl.com/bdf24ykx
Cindy Meadows
37:03
I'm a graduate of this program and I HIGHLY recommend!
Creed Kidd
37:30
Interesting advertisement. Thank you.
Jess Brown
37:37
Any doctorate opportunities?
Dr. Sara Churchilll (she/her)
38:38
Our current doctorate opportunities are tied to a separate department, Educational Leadership. We hope someday to expand that.
Lavonda Shaw
38:48
^^^
Rhonda Jessup
42:22
Hello from Whitby Public Library (just east of Toronto), Ontario, Canada
Carmen Elguezabal
42:39
hi Carmen from Presidio Public library
Debbie Maestas
42:49
I made a 3 dimensional origami box
Rosie Croft
43:09
Yay interactive distributed librarian presenters!
Vickie Kline
43:36
I love the fact that meteorites date to the beginning of our solar system!
Kate Delaney
43:47
Just last night listened to Brene Brown talk about the power of awe and wonder on her new show
ANITA BROWN
44:06
Praying for enrollment opportunity. Personal life has been 'too hard.'
Vickie Kline
45:43
@anita - we're in uncharted waters...
Olma O’Neill
46:38
Sorry if I missed it, but I’ve heard 2nd reference to Shiota. What/who is that?
Dr. Sara Churchilll (she/her)
47:46
Full references will be available at the end. :-)
Rachel Kramer
48:23
I have a second job at the Waco Mammoth National Monument where the only nursery herd of Columbian mammoths in the world has been found! I experience awe and try to facilitate it every time I'm there.
Dr. Sara Churchilll (she/her)
49:18
https://docs.google.com/document/d/19EfXxqyjEAiYRSl8qX6W5imHry5PDLZ-QfJeMsR8VH8/edit?usp=sharing
Dr. Sara Churchilll (she/her)
49:29
https://docs.google.com/document/d/19EfXxqyjEAiYRSl8qX6W5imHry5PDLZ-QfJeMsR8VH8/edit?usp=sharing
Dr. Sara Churchilll (she/her)
49:43
Here are the references. :-) This link will b e available at the end as well.
Kerry Stendell
50:12
I am continually pleasantly surprised to see how much crossover there is between my past career in environmental education and my new career in library and information sciences! This whole concept of awe is another example 🙂
ANITA BROWN
50:28
Love illuminated. stunning
Dr. Sara Churchilll (she/her)
51:22
Our current doctorate opportunities are tied to a separate department, Educational Leadership. We hope someday to expand that. (Sorry…I sent this message earlier, but only to the panelists apparently.)
Daniel Dotson
52:04
Wonder how many hit multiple keys, saw the things can get stuck, then ket trying to get them stuck!
Cindy Meadows
52:36
Working on creating nature based kits for Summer Reading right now!
Dr. Sara Churchilll (she/her)
52:42
@Daniel…lots! :-)
Layo E. Freed
52:47
Please copy the chat to the repository as I can’t copy the links from it on my computer. Thanks!
Jerry Flanary
53:15
Reminds me of Cavanagh, Sarah Rose. The Spark of Learning. Morgantown, WV: West Virginia U, 2016. Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. Web.
Jess Brown
53:24
Thanks, Sara!
Natalie Shykoluk
54:07
I used to work at the Beaty Museum for Biodiversity @ UBC and we had nature boxes teachers could check out for their classes. They were amazing and super popular. I recommend anyone who is looking to do this with science-based collections to check out https://beatymuseum.ubc.ca/learn/beaty-boxes/
Olma O’Neill
54:11
Thank you @drchurchill!
Mary Faith Chmiel
55:11
This is one some restaurants choose to display books - atmosphere!
Michele grasso
55:18
yes they notice when the books are missing
Natalie Shykoluk
55:31
https://beatymuseum.ubc.ca/learn/beaty-boxes/ (sorry, sent this to host by mistake)
Sabine Simonson
59:40
Fairy garden program
Brittany Harrell
59:47
observational bee hives
Denise Smith
59:50
themed book displays
Mary Faith Chmiel
59:50
Upgrades to our Local History Room
Kayla Becker
59:50
Grow Your Own Pizza Kits for families that also promoted our free Seed Library
Julia Sathler
59:50
Innovative space design
Christine Larson
59:53
We are going to be doing an underwater ocean experience for summer reading.
Lavonda Shaw
59:55
STEAM programming
Liz Breed
01:00:01
STEM kits
Rosie Croft
01:00:02
space to exhibit uni research in the library
Jolene Smith
01:00:06
our library set up a tipi in a big open space in our library.
Karla Bowman
01:00:08
Virtual Reality programs
Patricia Dew
01:00:09
native plant gardens that attract pollinators
Mary Anton
01:00:10
Butterflies
Trisha Parsons
01:00:10
I'm thinking about the speed of our library programs. We do so many, so I feel frenzied to just do the things sometimes, and I'm thinking about how I might slow down and focus on awe.
Eleanor Richardson
01:00:13
We have a dollhouse in our Kids World that has tiny motifs from different famous childrens books. The kids can illuminate different rooms with a touch screen.
Mary Ryan
01:00:14
Brought in members of the local high school marching band to perform
Constance Estades
01:00:19
Connecting a young reader with a book to read apart from school always creates a special moment that we all cherish.
Melissa Tedesco
01:00:19
We have a Pop Art program where we display art from the students in Art classes, and everyone can view it in the high school library. We give them a tootsie pop or blow pop to enjoy while they view the art.
Laura Wilson
01:00:21
I want to create a Lego wall in my academic (science) library
Cindy Meadows
01:00:22
Looking to partner with local nature organizations for Summer Reading
Janina Siebert
01:00:29
How about "An AWE-Mazing" idea ?
James Wethington
01:00:33
I made an innovative archive program modelled after the basketball tournament and allowed students to vote on their favorite "archival" item.
Trisha Parsons
01:00:41
It'd be really cool to get VR in the library to inspire awe.
Daniel Dotson
01:00:42
Display on Antarctica, including a very beautiful map
Claire Olson
01:00:53
The Jacksonville Public library (Main) has an incredible teen room that is awe inspiring! It’s huge with big waves in the ceiling, couches, little nooks and crannies. Very fun!
Jane Mertens
01:00:54
Found Poetry makerspace
Heather Tapager
01:01:01
edible book festival
Olma O’Neill
01:01:01
Storywalk just outside library!
Frankie Hannan
01:01:05
I teach Tai Chi and create awe in the beauty of our bodies.
Louise Hsieh
01:01:12
CCamping at the library
Sabine Simonson
01:01:21
would like to know more about the Grow your own pizza garden program - we
Jill Lenick
01:01:21
Partnering with STEAM subjects, including Art and Music, Chemistry and Biology to host events
Maia Hajj
01:01:26
Haven’t done this yet but create a pop up traveling library book display
Claire Olson
01:01:30
Our black out poetry interactive display is getting a lot of attention this month too
Becky Miller
01:01:32
A "Belle" party with the youth librarian dressed as Belle from Beauty and the Beast. A lot of little girls came dressed as princesses
Ken Frankel
01:01:32
Print your own posters
TIENYA SMITH
01:01:33
Are you going to share the chat? The option to save the chat is disabled.
Jerry Flanary
01:01:33
https://ahsl.arizona.edu/news/2022/01/strips-needles%E2%80%93-day-life-exhibit
Trina Stidham
01:01:36
We bring displays from our museum to display in the library.
ANITA BROWN
01:01:48
Library is freedom to learn.
Sabine Simonson
01:01:56
we have a seed library too - could you email me at ssimonson@tcfl.org
Webinar Support
01:02:15
Hi Tienya. The recording will include a playback of the chat.
Denise Smith
01:02:22
"Make art with us" wall - poster that patrons can apply different colored stickers that will eventually result in a collage of a famous work of art
Julia Sathler
01:02:42
Start with why
Elizabeth McQueen
01:02:50
Blackout and felt poetry. LGBTQIA+ display and other heritage month displays to create a more inclusive atmosphere and ensure representation of all affinity groups on campus
LaShawn Ross
01:03:17
Our poet tree which explores our personal roots using Ancestry for libraries
Lynda Gillow
01:03:46
provide QR codes near print journal display to link in-person patrons to virtual magazine collections
TIENYA SMITH
01:07:04
Wonderful, thank you for your response. 😊
Lynda Gillow
01:08:44
based on art
Vickie Kline
01:09:53
How is it spelled?
Anneka Ramirez
01:10:05
ekphrastic
Melissa Tedesco
01:10:06
Ekphrastic
Adam Harness
01:10:14
My 13 year old son has been writing poetry describing art for a while. I never knew it was a special type of poetry.
Vickie Kline
01:10:22
Thanks!
Julia Sathler
01:12:33
Moving information back to people and sharing
Julia Sathler
01:12:37
Through space design
Kayla Becker
01:13:05
Adult Spelling Bee
Mary Ryan
01:13:23
Paint the parking Lot
Anneka Ramirez
01:13:23
I've been wanting to do an adult spelling bee too!
Trisha Parsons
01:13:27
I'm just thinking generally about all my programs and slowing down to really focus on building them into meaningful events, rather than just another thing on our full calendar.
Kayla Becker
01:13:30
At our local pizza place--there'll be alcohol, could be fun!
Mary Faith Chmiel
01:13:32
Historic scavenger hunt
Olma O’Neill
01:13:40
Not yet planned but thinking about it: Hiking Kit.
Maia Hajj
01:13:53
Picture book read aloud and craft or ask a question and research for academic library
Trisha Parsons
01:13:58
Thinking about logistics last will be really hard for me!!
Lawana Gladney
01:14:03
Mary that sounds nice
Dr. Sara Churchilll (she/her)
01:14:41
@Trisha - I understand that.
Julia Sathler
01:15:06
We are trying (in the courts) to move away from email and get back to 1:1 personal interactions and checkins
Denise Smith
01:15:06
We've done information scavenger hunts in our library with visiting K-12 students at our community college library
Claire Olson
01:15:28
As a downtown, urban library location I am trying to brainstorm ways that Oceans of Possibilities can manifest itself so that the teens find it meaningful and awe inspiring … I love the idea of painting the parking lot! Maybe we could do that to the sidewalk? or our patio area? hmmm
Vickie Kline
01:15:59
There is a long tradition of music inspired by works of art and vice versa, but there doesn't seem to be a specific word for it! (Sorry, still stuck on ekphrastic!)
Dr. Sara Churchilll (she/her)
01:16:18
@Claire - That’s a great way to start with your goal. Your goal is making the program relatable and meaningful for the kids.
Michele grasso
01:23:40
thanks!
Layo E. Freed
01:23:45
thank you! this is great
Joyce Draiby
01:23:54
Thank you
Cindy Meadows
01:23:54
Hi Erica & Melissa! So great to spend time listening to you talk today. Really miss getting to spend time with both of you and sharing in your excitement for Library Science. Thanks for helping me to look past my struggles this past year and remember why I want to be a Librarian. 😊
Linda Ray
01:23:55
can you please share the documents again
Dara Petersen
01:23:59
Thank you very much!
Elizabeth McQueen
01:24:05
Thank you!
Elroy Richard
01:24:06
Thanks.
Lawana Gladney
01:24:08
Thank you!!!
Dr. Sara Churchilll (she/her)
01:24:09
https://docs.google.com/document/d/19EfXxqyjEAiYRSl8qX6W5imHry5PDLZ-QfJeMsR8VH8/edit
Anneka Ramirez
01:24:11
Thank you!
Ramona Burkey
01:24:11
Thank you!
Tyler Kroon
01:24:14
Thank you!
Julia Sathler
01:24:17
This was really great!
Frankie Hannan
01:24:17
Thank you this was audacious!
Helen Kula
01:24:18
Thank you for a great presentation - awesome 😁
Layo E. Freed
01:24:18
please send out the chat text along with the docs and recording!
Lavonda Shaw
01:24:19
Thanks so much.
Ben Trotter
01:24:22
Thank you!
Kathie Watkins
01:24:22
THANK YOU!
Andi Wall
01:24:23
Thank you! Awe-inspiring. My brain exploded with ideas!
Mary Faith Chmiel
01:24:23
Thanks!
Karyn Walsh
01:24:25
Thank you!
Abdalla Barakat
01:24:27
Thank you
Webinar Support
01:24:27
The recording will include a playback of the chat!
ANITA BROWN
01:24:28
This was so rich, I will depend on the recording and documents. Thank you so much
Heather Martin-Detka
01:24:29
This has been - dare I say - AWESOME?!
Ken Frankel
01:24:29
Great presentation, thank you!
Lisa Murawa
01:24:30
Thanks a million; nice to see you again!
Rachel Kramer
01:24:31
Thanks!!
Morgan Heck
01:24:31
Thank you very much!
Scott Lanning
01:24:32
This was Awesome!
Heather Perrone
01:24:32
thanks
Glynnis Alford
01:24:32
Thank you!
Denise Smith
01:24:33
Thanks so much!
Dellana Diovisalvo
01:24:34
Thanks!
Carmen Elguezabal
01:24:34
do we get ce for the training
Dr. Sara Churchilll (she/her)
01:24:34
Tinyurl.com/bdf24ykx
Jacqueline Tangerose
01:24:35
Thank you
Elizabeth Carroll
01:24:36
Thanks!
Christine Larson
01:24:37
Thanks, This was great. I am excited to really think about AWE and become more intentional in what I do to contribute to AWE in my community, my life and my library.
Janina Siebert
01:24:39
Also more from the early Understanding by Design scholars, Grant Wiggins and Jay McTighe on Backward Design. https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8flWdfQfVATTTGw1BVTfM_zGO9JpOGuu
Julia Sathler
01:24:39
How did you become tuned to AWE as a librarian?
Kayla Becker
01:24:40
Thank you! I'm so thrilled to connect my Education background with the library world.
Mary Ryan
01:24:41
This was great, thank you so much!
Carmen Elguezabal
01:24:45
thank you
Christopher Streets
01:25:00
Could the chat transcript be sent out too? Lots of great ideas in it!
Adam Harness
01:25:02
Thank you so much. That was "awe"some.
Liz Breed
01:25:07
Very interesting! Thank you!
Michael Keener
01:25:09
Thank you!
Mary Ryan
01:25:17
It is! Some kids came with a plan, some just did it freestyle
Claire Olson
01:25:43
Do you have any really small, quick passive activities you can suggest we implement that are AWE loaded?
DeeDee Brashers
01:25:59
This is amazing information! Thank you for sharing this. It gives me a different perspective to use when building programs.
Michelle Mears
01:26:15
Look forward to a deeper dive with links and docs, thanks!
Nan LaRosee
01:26:23
Can a sense of awe be incorporated into more informational type programs?
Abdalla Barakat
01:26:28
Thanks for the educating session
Cole Zrostlik
01:26:47
I love passive tech programming for easy "awe."
Rachel Kramer
01:26:50
I'm trying to figure out a way to incorporate awe into information literacy instruction, rather than programs. I don't have any great ideas now, but will keep thinking.
Rosie Croft
01:27:01
Great content, so well-facilitated - awesome :-)
Cindy Meadows
01:27:14
Really feel like the pandemic has really taken the opportunity for Awe away from many people.
Janina Siebert
01:27:19
Love that! I'm currently also fired up on this idea!! I'm working on a Learning Design & Tech masters, with a goal of MLS next for Academic levels, I'm just not seeing a university grad program that can help me focus Instructional Design on college student level librarianship. Any suggestions from anyone here?
Kate Delaney
01:27:27
What was the 3rd element of an AWEsome experience? Atmosphere, physical objects/hands-on experience, and…?
Layo E. Freed
01:27:30
I brought in a giant banana leaf and kids took turns leading the others in a circle very simple very powerful the leaf was 10 x the size of kids and they could carry it because its light
Claire Olson
01:27:32
Can whoever had that idea about the big art piece created collaboratively? I’d love to know how to do something like that!
Constance Estades
01:27:42
Affirmation for the hard work and our approach for the past 20 years. Being present for our members and seeing their connection to us through our volunteer staff is essential to our success and to making a difference on our island. We are always moved when we are told we have been a lifesaver.
DeeDee Brashers
01:27:46
We are doing a summer kickoff dance party in the parking lot to bring the community and staff together for an evening of fun just dancing, listening to music and visiting while a DJ plays music, including some Beach Boys for the summer reading theme this year.
Julia Sathler
01:27:53
Awe seems very linked to meaning, tying our value and services to various human meanings seems like a common thread
Claire Olson
01:27:57
Share the details - pressed enter too fast
Trisha Parsons
01:28:19
I like the expeireince of the banana leaf as it shows awe can be generated by something so simple!
Diane Kearney
01:28:19
My favorite line from a book, "He smiled benignantly." To be read sarcastically
Kate Delaney
01:28:35
Thank you!
Janina Siebert
01:28:47
Wiggins & McTighe's 1998/2005 - articulate what they're calling "awe" as enduring understanding - sophisticated knowledge building.
Kate Delaney
01:29:11
People are pretty awed by 3D printers even after all these years
Janina Siebert
01:29:23
(i.e. when learners have those "ahaa" moments)
Rachel Kramer
01:29:33
I mean, I'M in awe of information and the library, and I definitely show my enthusiasm, but it's hard to get the students as excited as I am! :)
Janina Siebert
01:30:08
that's a great way - discombobulation sounds like a great way to get the students as excited as you are Rachel :)
Cole Zrostlik
01:30:10
I think novelty can be synonymous with awe, especially in instruction.
Melissa Tedesco
01:30:23
site:.edu always has my students in awe when I teach internet search strategies. :)
Kayla Becker
01:30:25
Since incorporating AWE & Backward Design, has this impacted progress for your strategic plan? (assuming there is a correlation that is.)
Julia Sathler
01:30:46
I also have that question Kayla -- great one
Kathy Danielson
01:30:53
This was wonderful! Thank you!
Layo E. Freed
01:30:54
what are entrance req for ba?
Rachel Kramer
01:31:10
@Melissa Tedesco, yes! site:.edu is definitely awe-inspiring! I love showing it to students.
Lavonda Shaw
01:31:23
I loved the example of the traditional designed one-time art program upgraded with awe/backward design to include a series of programs with an external art vendor to fully engage and draw patrons into the library.
Janina Siebert
01:31:34
thanks very much y'all! Have a great day!
Melissa Tedesco
01:31:42
Thank you!
Jerry Flanary
01:31:43
thanks
Kim Lunt
01:31:44
Thanks!
LaShawn Ross
01:31:45
Thank you
Josue Chavez
01:31:46
Thank you very much!
Mary Anton
01:31:46
Thanks all!
Marianne Vitale
01:31:46
Thank you! Wonderful content. Found this helpful.
TC Carrier
01:31:47
Very interesting. Thank you!
Mary Ranadive
01:31:48
Thank you!!
Maia Hajj
01:31:49
Thanks!!
Nan LaRosee
01:31:49
Thank you. Great information
Jess Brown
01:31:52
Janina, this may help you https://catalog.usm.edu/preview_program.php?catoid=20&poid=9402
Amy Dawley
01:31:54
Great session. Thanks very much.
Penny Cowan
01:31:55
Thank you
Barbara Ambos
01:31:55
👏
Vickie Kline
01:31:58
Thank you!
Janina Siebert
01:31:59
thanks Jess!
Lawana Gladney
01:32:01
Great, thanks
Mary Ryan
01:32:01
thank you!
Creed Kidd
01:32:02
Thanks all.
Claire Olson
01:32:02
Thanks!