Role for “At-Stakeness” in Team Collaboration

Session Description
At-stakeness is a concept that points to involvement of team members in producing an outcome of team effort as a product that is constructed jointly. Enabling student innovative thinking and sharing of prior and new knowledge, Knowles’ Theory of Andragogy is extended to suggest that collaboration on solving complex problems, knowledge and mindfulness gained through shared experience gains a rich balance of empowerment that serves both intrinsic and extrinsic inspirations.
Barbara Lauridsen, National University, La Jolla, California, USA
Barbara_Lauridsen_64As a Learning Facilitator for technology skills, Barbara is inspired when learners seek shared knowledge and participating in a collective. She has recently earned a PhD in Information Technology Education from Capella University and focused original research on team based learning. This is Barbara’s 6th time presenting at TCC.

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