On September 27, 2014 we all were on the top of TEDxFSCJ mountain. After months of climbing and building blocks, we reached FSCJ #OneCollege Summit.
We all were on the stage of Wilson Center. 100 attendees, caped by TEDx first timers’ rule, filled the stage facing our elevated red carpeted stage and screen with the unusual background of empty theater seats. All audience, speakers and volunteers had the experience of being part of a learning “performance” on stage. All attendees were “beyond the learning edge” getting new lessons from our speakers. As they entered the theater expecting to be in the patio or balcony, they were ushered to seats on the stage. Some of them commented: “weird”, “wow”, “what?”, “amazing”, “interesting”, etc. They did not know what to expect but their time on stage was filled with lifelong lessons.
These are the new challenges. TEDxFSCJ Learning Adventures continue after this day with videos, blogs, pictures, and new TED Ed lessons, TEDxFSCJ Blackboard and Facebook groups, TEDxFSCJ Salon at FSCJ Deerwood with focus on technologies and education, TEDxFSCJ seminars and conferences to share the lessons and learning tools, and of course our next TEDxFSCJ events.
Speakers, attendees, volunteers, and team are all TEDxFSCJ Ambassadors to share the experience, the ideas, and the challenges. We are now part of a global TEDx community.
Thank you all for creating and maintaining TEDxFSCJ. Yesterday, we were on the top of TEDxFSCJ mountain. Now it is time to hike down and start climbing our next mountains. Enjoy the journey. TEDxFSCJ is a lifelong learning adventure.
Dr. Jose Lepervanche, TEDxFSCJ Organizer. Sep 2014.
TEDxFSCJ Learning Adventures continue after our TEDxFSCJ Salon linking our educational topics with the Global Goals for Sustainable Development (SDGs). This term Leadership students pre-selected 10 TED Talks related to Leadership, Social Responsibility, and Global Goals. They defended their pre-selections during class and voted for the top three. This week we will have a Roundtable to discuss about the selected videos and how they are contributing with one or more of the 17 SDGs. TED-Ed Lessons will be created with the three videos to be used next term.
Global Learning Opportunities Building Engagement (GLOBE) project integrating United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals with TED Talks related to Leadership and Social Responsibility. Students select TED videos and produce an individual report about speaker contributions to one or more SDGs. Teams select a video to produce a TEDxFSCJ Learning Adventures’ presentation. Students select the best videos to create a TED Ed Lesson for online discussions. This GLOBE project idea can be used for future courses including new TED Talks and different SDGs.
Video Link: https://youtu.be/rPwE67r1EMg
This is our third years where our BAS in Supervision and Management students are using TED, TEDx, and TED Ed lessons to produce a TEDxFSCJ event.
Fall 2015. ISM4011. TEDxFSCJ Salon “Technology and Society”
Fall 2016. ISM4011. TEDxFSCJ Salon “Our Digital Leaders of Tomorrow”
Fall 2017. MAN4120. TEDxFSCJ Learning Adventures “Leadership, Social Responsibility, and SDGs”
Example of TED Ed Lesson combining our Technology discussions and Global Goals (Sustainable development Goals SDGs). As IT professional this is a Global Learning opportunity to explore how we can make our contributions for a better world.
New discussion using TED Ed Lesson: Jason Pontin: Can technology solve our big problems? Technology and SDGs
New discussion in our courses using TED Ed Lesson: Jason Pontin: Can technology solve our big problems?. Discussion is about our Global Learning Opportunities to integrate TED Talks, TEDxFSCJ Learning Adventures, and Sustainable Development Goals SDGs.
How technology can contribute to one of more of the UN Sustainable Development Goals SDGs?
On September 25th 2015, countries adopted a set of goals to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure prosperity for all as part of a new sustainable development agenda. Each goal has specific targets to be achieved over the next 15 years. For the goals to be reached, everyone needs to do their part: governments, the private sector, civil society and people like you. Visit their website and see how technology can help.