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Tone for the workshop:

Faculty Interactive Workshop   Tone for the workshop:

The Faculty I want to be: Redesigning “me” towards my Ideal Self
Date 14th February 2019, Thursday

Time: 10 am -1 pm
Facilitators:
Dr. Carlos M. Rodriguez
Dr. Shalini Bariar

Objectives:

The objectives for the workshop can be defined as:
 Assist faculty members in defining their individual roles as teachers, researchers, and providers of services to their educational institution and communities.
 Guide faculty in creating a design space that balance their intrinsic motivations to participate in the educational process and academic life of their institutions with their personal needs as individuals and members of society.
 Identify development routes to achieve professional and academic success guided by the visualization of faculty selves and assessed by both their own parameters and those imposed externally by their educational institutions.

Tone for the workshop:

This interactive workshop will allow participants to share experiences, expectations,achievements, and frustrations that define their life as teachers, researchers, and educators. The tone of the interactions is open, direct, expressive, honest, real, and constructive. It identifies policy, actions, activities, and norms determine by the  Prof. Carlos M. Rodriguez Ph.D. 2 educational environment, as well as, faculty beliefs, values, and attitudes that define their selves.

Workshop mechanics:

This workshop is self-generating. Each activity builds on the next to allow for selfreflection, questioning of assumptions, break-down of mental conceptions, and visualization of potential growth paths, expected outcomes, emotional immersion, and challenges in behavior change. The workshop pedagogy emphasizes re-creation, questioning, confrontation, reverse-validation, and identity building in groups dynamics.

Workshop Activities

The following activities (*) have been designed to surface themes, promote insights, and generate ideas around the notion of a faculty member, its needs and desires, aspirations, responsibilities, and the environment that surrounds his/her work.Warm-up dynamics Activity (red): A Day in a Life (#90)

Participants: ALL
Suggested trigger: One of my days as a faculty
Deliverable:
From sunrise to sunset…driving me.
Time: 30 min.
Block 1: So, you are a faculty…. What does it mean?
(self, the ideal, the convention, my way)
Group dynamics
Prof. Carlos M. Rodriguez Ph.D. 3
Activity (red): Perfect Match (#96)
Participants: ALL
Suggested trigger: The faculty member as a “persona”
Deliverable:
The faculty member as a “persona”
Time: 30 min.
Block 2: Where is my “sacred spark”?
(what makes me tick and tack, awakening joy and satisfaction in academics)
Group dynamics
Activity (pink): Sabotage (#125)
Participants: ALL
Suggested trigger: Why do I do what I do every day at the college?
Deliverable:
Rediscovering my motivations and these are…
Prof. Carlos M. Rodriguez Ph.D. 4
Time: 50 min.
Discussion: 30 min
Presentation: 20 min.
Block 3: Crossing the isle
(research questions that trouble you)
Group dynamics
Activity (red): Challenge (#46)
Participants: ALL
Suggested trigger: Let’s agree on who a faculty is…. Please!
Deliverable:
A common phrase that is accepted by all of us.
Time: 30 min.
Prof. Carlos M. Rodriguez Ph.D. 5
Reflection: Time to pause
Do I have what it takes to………?
Block 4: Constructivism is my day
(designing my adventure)
Activity (pink): Digdeep (#110)
Participants: ALL
Prof. Carlos M. Rodriguez Ph.D. 6
Suggested trigger: From sunrise to sunset…driving me
Deliverable:
From sunrise to sunset…driving me.
Time: 30 min.
Block 5: Prototyping “me”
(commitment and engagement)
Activity (red): Talent Recognizer (#114)
Participants: ALL
Suggested trigger: Is this “me” tomorrow
Deliverable:
Competencies, Talents, and Passions as I move forward
Time: 20 min.
Prof. Carlos M. Rodriguez Ph.D. 7
Reflection: Time to pause
Putting my effort and talent in the right direction…

(*) We acknowledge the support from Rapsodia by Hamilton, innovation and design firm based on Murcia, Spain in providing the necessary diagrams and templates to facilitate this workshop. Material has been reproduced with permission from Rapsodia by Hamilton and their manual Let’s Flow (for more information please access www.letsflow.cool).

Workshop information:

Date 14th February 2019, Thursday
Time: 10 am -1 pm
Venue: VESIM Business School, Vivekanand Educational Society
Prof. Carlos M. Rodriguez Ph.D. 8
Hashu Advani Memorial Complex,Collectors Colony,
Wadivali Village, Chembur East,
Mumbai – 400074
Contact person:
Dr. Shalini Bariar

Associate Professor & Head- International Relations,VESIM Business School, Mumbai
email: shalini.bariar@ ves.ac.in
Contact Number: +91 7506181426
Maximum Number of Participants : 32 individuals
Fee: No entry Fee
Certificates will be given to all the participants

 

 

For more details refer the Official Website :   https://vesim.ves.ac.in/

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