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BYU/LX Consortium 2020: Experiential Learning Summit Series - Shared screen with speaker view
Joe Everett
33:10
Intentionality & Assessment
Greg Nelson
33:17
Intentionality and Assessment
Justin Jones
33:18
Skills vs Behavior
Jason McDonald
33:21
transferable skills
Nancy Turley
33:22
intentionality
Andrew Allen
33:23
skills vs behavior - with Christine
Sherami Jara
33:24
Skills vs Behavior
Anna-Lisa Halling
33:25
Skills v. Behavior
Gwendolyn Johnson
33:26
Skills vs Behavior
Robert Ameling
33:26
Skills VS Behavior
jonathan cook
33:28
how do we engage faculty
Benjamin Drewry
33:29
Engage Faculty
Doug Porter
33:34
Engage faculty
Scott Dunaway
33:39
Skills vs Behavior
Sylvia Trosch
33:41
Engage faculty
Jackson Graham
33:41
Skills vs. Behavior
Amy VanEssendelft
33:44
Engage Faculty
Jennifer Hoggan
33:49
Engage Faculty
Malcolm Botto
34:14
Engaging Faculty in the Discussion
David McMillan
34:38
Skills vs Behavior
Lauren L.
34:41
Skills vs Behavior
David Pixton
34:58
Skills vs behavior
Marykate Conroy
35:15
intentionality
Amanda Hughes
35:18
Intentionality & Assessment
Jacob Kinsey
36:35
Skills vs Behavior
Adrienne Chamberlain
38:35
If you haven't already, please let us know which of the following break out sessions you'd like to join. The break out rooms are: Skills vs. Behaviors, Intentionality vs. Assessment, and Engaging Faculty.
Roger McCarty
39:26
Skills vs Behaviors
Lindsey Blau
39:32
skills vs behaviors
Trina Harding
39:48
Intentionality vs. Assessment
Nicole Norris
40:16
skills vs. behavior
Erika Lee
40:27
skills vs. behavior
Brooke Anderson
40:50
Skills vs. Behavior
Holt Zaugg
41:14
intentionality vs assessment
Jaynie Mitchell
41:27
Engaging Faculty
Halil Kiymaz
41:43
Engaging faculty
Jaynie Mitchell
42:17
Thank you for including student voices in the panel - such an important perspective!
Gale Larson
42:18
Skills vs. Behavior
Lesa Snyder
42:36
skills vs behaviors
Greg Nelson
43:35
Addendum: Skills vs. Behaviors
Robert Ameling
43:40
Reflection
Emily Darowski
44:38
skills vs. behavior
Roger McCarty
47:54
I find some of the best reflection is to regularly ask them: What have they accomplished, what impact did that have on my client, what have I learned
David Habben
49:08
That’s a great point Roger. Reflection is key.
Adrienne Chamberlain
51:21
Hello All! Last reminder … if you haven't already selected a break out room category, please indicate in the chat feature, which of the following breakout rooms you'd like to join. We have skills vs. behavior, intention vs. assessment, and engaging the faculty.
David Waddell
52:32
Great point - technician vs scientist
Robert Ameling
53:18
Taking the initiative.
Rick Berkey
54:48
this discussion speaks to the role of asking the right questions (vs getting the right answers)...critical thinking
David Waddell
01:01:04
Right!
Meghann Larkin
01:11:09
Really? How long are you on-campus?
Frank Christianson
01:21:43
Thanks, Christine. That's helpful.
Christine Miller
01:22:03
Great question, Frank! Sorry we didn't get to give it more airtime!
Rebecca Marks
01:29:59
thanks!