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ETUG 25th Anniversary Conference 
June 20 & 21, 2019
Thompson Rivers University 
**Parking - It’s best to park in Lots J, K or N. Parking on campus is $5.00/day and free after 5:00pm.**
Keynote’s on Day 1 & 2 as well as Gasta Session are available on Livestream - Link to watch.
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Thursday, June 20 • 10:10am - 11:10am
Applied Learning Workshop: Exploration, Activities, and Reflection of 8 Applied Learning Principles LIMITED

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An experiential workshop that explores applied learning principles through a series of participant activities, challenges, and reflections.


The workshop investigates eight applied learning (AL) established by the National Society for Experiential Education. It explores each of those principles through the lens of a political science assignment that has students visually represent core concepts through 360° images and augmentations.


For workshop participants, each new AL principle brings a short task. Once completed, participants reflect on this challenge with a partner, and then report back to the group. As one AL principle builds from another, so to do the challenges and reflections scaffold up from the previous tasks and insights.


The goal of this workshop is to have participants see applied learning principles come alive through their own actions, reflections and sharing. Participants will be asked to bring their cell phones to key concepts from the session.


While this workshop builds on past ETUG sessions that focused on the potential value of 360° viewing (Augmented Reality: Beyond a Toy; 2017) and 360° image creation and augmentation (The View from the Inside the Bubble: Exploring and Augmenting 360° Images; 2018), this session’s focus is to explore, experience, and consider applied learning.


This session invites any one curious about an intersection between applied learning and technology in a non-lab setting.


Speakers
avatar for Daniel Reeve

Daniel Reeve

Political Science Instructor, Camosun College
Applied learning, indigenization, and digital pedagogy are the three main axis which I'm trying to bring to life in the classrooms I'm part of. I wonder how classes can facilitate more creativity. I wish I know how to facilitate learning activities that encouraged failure positive... Read More →


Thursday June 20, 2019 10:10am - 11:10am PDT
Alpine Room - Rm 130 Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops, BC, Canada