A group reflection on the accumulated "what, how, who, why, where and when" will embed the learning at a deeper level.
Since each group can be seen as a systemic whole, the grading for the group position(s) and challenges will be the same for all members.
Multiple perspectives may be reflected in dialectic (i.e. In the interest of simultaneous co-editing of presentations, teams may want to use Google Slides, Powerpoint Online or i Cloud Keynote.
(2) appreciation diary logs track personal learning on (i) insights gained and (ii) questions provoked from the group discussions and class sessions. four or five paragraphs, maybe 750 to 1000 words) reflections within a few days following the intensive group discussions.“It’s quite unusual for an academic book to achieve its 25th anniversary and still be vital to the discourse in the field,” Professor Baron, a historian at the University of Maryland, said.“Her book continues to be reviewed as if it just came out.” In “The Printing Press as an Agent of Change,” Professor Eisenstein argued that the development of movable type by Johannes Gutenberg in the mid-15th century helped inaugurate a set of sweeping social changes thanks to the authoritative, widely tangible dissemination of information it allowed.A rich dialectic can serve to deepen understanding amongst all participant.Individual students will write five appreciation diary logs, and a concluding appreciation synthesis, following an academic style of referencing.jump to: Course orientation -- [Learning approach] [Grading] jump to: Sessions -- [Tuesday, January 12] [January preparations] [Tuesday, February 2] [Friday, February 5] [Tuesday, February 9] [Friday, February 12] [Tuesday, February 16] [Friday, February 19] [Due: Appreciation Synthesis] jump to: References -- [Cluster 0] [Cluster 1] [Cluster 2] [Cluster 3] [Cluster 4] [Cluster 5] [Cluster 6] [Cluster 7] [Cluster 8] Course instruction team: This course is a complement and continuation from Systems Thinking 1 (MUO-E8003).