Directions: Take a 12 to 15-minute video of yourself presenting your AR project in front of a group of people doing the following:
- Introduce your research project
- Explain why you decided to research the topic you have selected
- Describe the context of your AR project
- Describe the major findings of your research
- Describe how these findings can benefit you in your profession
I’m an assistant director at a childcare facility and these findings can help me to assist my teachers with student engagement.
- Describe how these findings can benefit Teaching and Learning in general (Address policy implications)
- Present in details the differences between your CURRENT AR project and the ONE you submitted in EDF6487
- Speak clearly and professionally. Review your video.
- Submit the completed video into Canvas.
- Provide feedback to at least another video presentation using the “Dialogue ToolKit Discussion Rubric” below.
- Appreciate: Share what you like, appreciate or value in the post you’ve read. Be specific.
- Probe: Probe for more details. Ask questions that will help give you a better sense of another person’s perspective.
- Snip: Cut and paste a phrase or sentence from the original post into your comment. Ask a question about it or say what you find interesting or important about what is being said.
- Reflect Back: Say what you think you are hearing. “What I hear you saying is… Is that what you are trying to say? The goal here is to confirm your understanding of what is being communicated or to “get on the same page.”
- Connect: Make a connection between something is in the post and your own experience, feelings, or interests.
- Extend: Describe how the post extended your thoughts in new directions or gave you a new perspective.