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Making the Case (MTC) Explained
Jun 25th, 2013
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM
Heritage Ballroom, 2nd Floor
One important dimension of the LTL Program is empowering participants to engage in problem solving, creative thinking, teamwork, and strategic planning. To this end, a team-based project has been designed to serve as an underlying theme throughout the LTL program. The Making the Case (MTC) team project is designed to give participants a chance to think creatively about some of the ideas discussed throughout the week and to apply them to an actual learning technology problem. All MTC teams worked through the same case scenario in years past. The MTC teams will be assigned by the faculty. The guidelines for the MTC project are designed to provide individual teams with the latitude they need to apply their creativity and innovation to the project outcome. There are, however, a few common parameters for the final projects that will be covered during the program. Each MTC team will make a presentation on their project toward the end of the program.
- The MTC provides institute participants the opportunity to integrate and apply the concepts discussed throughout the curriculum of the Learning Technology Leadership Program.
- Participants will collaborate on a team-based approach to solve a hypothetical problem that draws on real-world issues.
- Participants will use the concepts discussed in the institute to form a cohesive team, communicate at an appropriate level and problem solve using innovative strategies.