Susan Rice

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Activities (4)

Community Excursion - Historic District part of ACM Pedagogic Resources:ACM/FaCE:Projects:Developing Student Agency:June 2010 Workshop:Activities
This is an exercise in observation of a new environment and reflection on how expectations compare to actual observations, as well as on how research following observation can inform impressions and opinions.

INDEPENDENT MAPPING EXCURSIONS part of ACM Pedagogic Resources:ACM/FaCE:Projects:Developing Student Agency:June 2010 Workshop:Activities
These are exercises in observation of a physical location and a community within that location in both a campus and community context, designed to provoke comparisons as well as an awareness of the many different communities of people present in the greater Beloit area that might intersect with the students' individual interests.

AUDIO TOUR EXCURSION part of ACM Pedagogic Resources:ACM/FaCE:Projects:Developing Student Agency:June 2010 Workshop:Activities
This is an exercise in directed observation of a new environment, focused on using all senses while listening to an audio tour that incorporates new and tangential information and opinion, and reflection on observation skills and impressions of the environment. The activity was targeted to encourage the students to consider their new environment beyond the confines of the campus during the early days of their semester.

Oakwood Cemetery Excursions - Beloit, WI part of ACM Pedagogic Resources:ACM/FaCE:Projects:Developing Student Agency:June 2010 Workshop:Activities
This is an exercise in observation, reflection and interaction with a new environment from two historical perspectives, designed to provoke questions about their new community that might become topics for an eventual research paper.