Game On: A Card Game that Sparks Creative Confidence

Session Description
Professional development workshops using image cards can help participants understand and embrace different perspectives.

Workshops vary in length but follow a general three-step scaffolding process: 1) a whole-group speed-dating icebreaker to familiarize participants with the image cards, 2) a paired activity in which participants share their likes and dislikes of the image on each card, and 3) participant reflections of how this activity can be applied.

This presentation will show you how to design the workshop with its unique card game strategy. You will also receive examples of how you can apply similar strategies in your own environment.

Meng-Fen Grace Lin
Meng-Fen Grace Lin, Associate Professor, Department of Learning Design & Technology, College of Education, University of Hawai’i at Mānoa, Unites States
Dr. Meng-Fen Grace Lin is an Associate Professor in the Department of Learning Design and Technology (LTEC) in the College of Education at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. She teaches graduate-level courses on mobile learning, design thinking, and research and evaluation of LTEC. Her recent research interests center on applying design thinking, creativity, and problem-solving in real-world education contexts.
Ariana Eichelberger
Ariana Eichelberger, Associate Specialist and Instructional Designer, Department of Learning Design & Technology, College of Education, University of Hawai’i at Mānoa, Unites States
Dr. Ariana Eichelberger is an Associate Specialist and Instructional Designer in the College of Education. Eichelberger manages the Instructional Support Group of the College and coordinates the College’s faculty professional development program. As a faculty member of the Department of Learning Design and Technology, Eichelberger teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in instructional design and technology integration. She is also an instructional designer with the COE’s Distance Course Design and Consulting group (DCDC).
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