https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/feduc.2020.583562/full Share course, a company from Taiwan created an e-Learning method that simulates the experience of taking a class at a separate institution. This has made it possible to share instructional resources and has produced a high degree of adaptability. Regardless of the specifics of the situation, students identify their learning requirements, set their learning objectives, and use the proper individual learning methodologies.
Craig Green .the work of contemporary designer Craig Green, a Flyknit material with a different color from Nike, and a black belt element that has been crafted to give you a sense of randomness.The major impact of the time domain is also well appreciated, and the logo now has a basic colour palette.
After communicating with neil, I made improvements in the material part, replacing the colored cardboard with old newspapers and magazines
Organized reference collage art works and someBarcamp processes, which can be displayed during offline practice.
Classify the prepared collage materials:
Large color block, small color block
Collage shapes already cut out
Has uncut content
Introduce the content of collage and the theme of this Barcamp – flower collage
Display different types of collage materials prepared and reference collage works
Specify the time, no style limit, but create around the theme of flflowers
The whole process will open up your creativity and imagination
After the end, share your creative process and exchange works with others present
Begin by addressing their key concern (i.e. their anxiety: ‘Where should I start?’)
First of all, we need to clarify the definition and tradition of non-conference. After reading “Ten Simple Rules for Organizing an Unconference”, I have a new understanding of the form of non-conference, which is like a meeting during a coffee break. A chat where people can mingle with each other and discuss a variety of topics, including their own research interests, in a more informal way. Differences from traditional conferences The informal and flexible program allows participants to bring up topics of their own interest and choose sessions accordingly. And each player plays an important role.
Just because non-meetings are free and flexible, I chose the inspiration collage activity as the theme of barcamp. This is a very good inspiration collection and sharing activity. It is completely open and is open to all those who are interested in art and collage. People, of course, the collage resources used are also from outdated magazines and posters in life.
⚫️Therefore, how to start becomes very simple, starting from the definition, first understand the difference from the traditional meeting, and find the advantages. Then combine your ideas to plan the venue, number of participants, materials used, etc.
You should try to draw on your own experience here. Given what you know now, what would you do?
I chose collage as my barcamp theme, because in the process of graphic design, I often use collage to show the inspiration process, which is clear and can bring a lot of new ideas. I think it is very important for every artist. Good at collage design. Richard Hamilton is very good at using collage techniques to express artistic concepts, and I am also deeply influenced by him. In 1956, “Just what is it that makes today’s homes so different, so appealing?”boldly used American magazines The content in it reveals the social problems of mass consumer culture. I also made continuous improvements in designing my open package, from simple cardboard collages to recycling outdated newspapers and periodicals, and also gave a simple formal definition to the final product (everyone will make the final product exchange with others present).
《Just what is it that makes today’s homes so different, so appealing?》
In the process of running my barcamp, I also asked myself three questions:
Why did you choose flowers as the collage theme? 、The collage technique used? 、What can participants gain?
⚫️First of all, collage works are often the product of inspiration capture, the impulse and desire of expression triggered by a certain behavior.Most of the expressed content is abstract ideology, but we need to visualize consciousness to express it through images. After choosing a main concept, we use our association ability to express our concept with some descriptive sentences, for example: I want to express a physical state: express an instability in two opposite states, etc. The content can be freely combined according to your own ideas.
⚫️To transform a conceptual sentence into a specific image object requires a lot of association, and all images, graphics, symbols, and metaphors that can be associated with abstract intentions should be taken into account. The theoretical basis of this step is based on personal experience and common sense of literature, such as the accumulation of abstract concepts that appear in life, books and movies I have read, etc.
⚫️After seeing the works of Japanese collage creator Q-TA, I chose this theme. She will intercept the basic elements of life for creation. He breaks up these basic elements and then merges and reorganizes them, creating blurred borders between reality and fantasy.⬇️
There are many deconstructions, repetitions, deformations, superpositions, connections, fillings, dissections, etc. of collage representations. In the process of collage, I will also maintain a logical relationship between the whole picture, just like an independent theater. Collage works are actually just static expressions of dynamic effects.
▫️In fact, collage is like a magnifying glass, and the works can show people’s emotions and emotions. Everyone is made up of trivial and fragmented fragments. Every stage of life and every hour of emotion makes us different. However, the whole is not just the sum of the individual parts. The whole has characteristics that the parts do not have.So, when you appreciate a collage work, you will see more than just one work. Everything is possible to be reconstructed and reorganized, colliding with each other to create new artistic sparks. Old photos, fashion magazines, pictorials, classic paintings, etc. Collage art is a tool that can regenerate new consciousness and emotion, and these new consciousness can subtly influence unconscious people.
For barcamp, based on this idea, I also hope that participants can learn about collage, feel the fun of it, and leave memories.
Before I do a graphic poster every time, I use the method of collage to collect inspiration fragments. This process is wonderful and interesting, and I hope to bring this process to more people. Creativity is not something that can be imagined out of thin air, and only by practicing can we tap the potential in this area. We all have creativity.
Jack gave us a great example this week: baking bread, a fun activity I still remember to this day. He created a baking guide for kids to teach them how to make bread. Through the process of practice, they can read the materials and methods in the manual and make it by themselves. The whole process seems simple, but this kind of experience of open learning and sharing is worth learning and learning.
In this practice I relate to my relationship with my boyfriend, This is something that requires two people to work together. I used a catheter to express it. Tears are the only way we communicate directly, any art needs a bond as a bridge to connect. Professor Neil recommended an excellent Japanese work to me, (Kintsugi), its focus is not on repairing objects so that no damage can be seen, but on using gold powder to keep the cracks intact Down, become a track of memory. ▪️Wicked Art – I chose a one-minute sculpture, I tied a rope to an ice cube, then I took the ice cube to the ground outside, pulled it for 1 minute, and ended up with a half-melted ice cube.
▪️Workshop – We conducted reflections by participating in 3 different time-limited practices. The whole process is like a resource library, using limited materials to create. The professor showed us a work of art. The creator did not use a lot of materials. Most of the “garbage” collected on the ground or from unknown places made a very beautiful work of art.
🔺This brings me to our problem scenario, what can we do if only a few resources are given to us? How to maximize the use of resources to achieve their design goals?
This is very similar to the shared resource platform in art assignments, through the sharing website to watch and learn various creative works of art to inspire inspiration. Some maximized use of public platforms, such as: sharing the creative process, the final success, and failure process, reflection and revision, etc., all have a positive impact and can stimulate people’s imagination.
Then when there are few resources available, maybe I will think “how to maximize the use of online resources?” “Can this be a grounded learning method for me?” “How should the funds obtained be used? “There’s going to be a lot of questions coming in.
I try to review and reflect on my problems using the four steps of the Synthetic Reflection Cycle.
▫️Online resources – take the practice of art assignment as an example, for design practitioners to get new ideas from other people’s works of art, we can also get the support of technical software, but when resources are few, maybe we can use other Social media promotes and recommends, allowing more people to share works and reflections on the platform, and set up a space for people to communicate freely. New ideas collided in this way.
◽️How the funds are used –When we only get paid when we complete tasks, this becomes a big problem, and it is difficult to operate without funds. Then if you try to charge some fees to the scholars who use the toolkit, such as a small amount of download of individual software, and paid to view individual literature and courses, it can not only get funds in advance to operate but also meet the needs of learners.
▫️So is this a grounded way of learning for me?In my opinion, it will. Open resource sharing is also a future learning trend. Without such a platform, we cannot get the latest design dynamics and trends. But again this is not the same as an educational toolkit. Every industry has different needs for toolkits. The art industry focuses on ideas and practices. Sharing good works can inspire new inspiration. The basic content provided by the general education toolkit mostly plays an auxiliary role.
Summary on OER after our yellow basho brainstorming: OER is not only a fascinating technological development, it may be a significant educational, open educational resource project that expands learning opportunities for all, but most importantly non-traditional student populations, thereby expanding participation in higher education.
For “What is OER?” and “What does it take to build an OER”
After the discussion, we collected 6 elements that could be added to the website: (but finally we summed up the 6 into 3)
Videos of part of the class (the people who want to watch it need to pay)
Artworks of previous students (to show the output)
Link of terminology (dictionary for more understanding)
it’s functional and requires some free lectures.
We need to leave room for discussion to manage feedback and some additional fees.
For courses such as cities, it is best to have a representative video introduction as a promotional note.
In fact, the view of social constructivism mainly emphasizes culture, not endowment but a dominant paradigm in contemporary art. Critical pedagogy regards pedagogy as the practice of culture, politics, and power to produce and legitimize certain cultural and political forms. It is hoped that through a new education method, the purpose of social transformation and strengthening can be achieved, and finally a better human living environment can be created.
I did a performance art design about empathy before, and I tried shooting with a catheter. This is something that requires two people to work together. The entanglement of conduits forms our paradox. Tears are the only way we communicate directly, any art needs a bond as a bridge to connect
This project is about “empathy” in intimate relationships. Inspired by my own experience. I’ve found that the closer we are, the less we can understand each other. Especially sad emotions. In a relationship, most girls are used to crying to express their emotions and needs, and it is difficult for boys to understand why girls always cry. In fact, love is more complicated than other feelings.
Sometimes neither side can budge, so sadness is more difficult to convey and resonate. So in this project, I tried to express my feelings in various ways, and finally, I chose to express them in the form of a performance. During the performance, I put tears into my partner’s eyes, and finally, his tears flowed out again. I wanted to give a more intuitive experience in this way, and at the same time, as a performer, I could better convey my feelings.
In the class of open learning, I have gained a lot. It seems more like playing games with a group of people every day, discussing interesting and magical topics together.
In the first week, we set up the Basho group, which was my first contact with Basho, a dynamic of direct engagement in art learning as a form of collaborative investigation. Basho became a great bond for us. The first discussion was at the coffee shop. We built quadrants in miro for peer collaboration, discussing the four aspects of positive, negative, forbidden, and ideal.
During the second-week workshop panel discussion, we questioned gold from different angles. What does the gold feel like? What is the taste of gold? There is an old saying in China that “lucid waters and lush mountains are invaluable assets”. “Lucid waters and lush mountains” refers to the ecological environment, and “gold and silver mountains” refers to economic development. Therefore, our group chose this as the final general direction. How to achieve a Good environment is the gold. We have collected a lot of elements, like fresh air, sunlight, animals, green grass, clouds, clear water, happy mood to populate our “environment”. For example, we collect fresh soil, air, and clean water and release them. Then we do step-by-step “cultivation”, add some water to create the OEEAN, put the sun, moon, and stars in the sky, add some rain clouds to ensure the humidity, plant some plants, put some animals and set up a happy mood. During discussions with other groups, questions were asked about animals and happy moods, we assume that animals can grow better here and even speak.
In the process of discussing with other groups, I am very interested in the topic of the red group. They quoted Zhao Heng’s “Persuading Learning Poems” from the ancient Song Dynasty in China. “That means if you want to live a stable life, you don’t need to build a grand and majestic house, there is gold in the book. built house. I thought it was fantastic. After evaluating each other with other groups, we have also revised and supplemented our own content.
Through two weeks of group activities, a group of people focused on a topic, made bold conjectures, and put forward open criticism and open suggestions. Through the shared platform of miro, we can achieve collaborative work and complement each other. I think it is very interesting and efficient.
For peer cooperation, the most basic thing each member should do is to respect each other and respect each other in all aspects. For example, it is very important to make appropriate suggestions. It is not to be praised blindly. This is not respect; maintain a positive attitude in the process of group discussion or content arrangement, actively participate in and bring some positive help. It is precisely because of cooperating with peers that they will not be so restrained with each other. Once there is a problem that they do not understand or have new ideas, they should take the initiative to communicate with the members of the same group. Communication is the most important element in cooperation. Often a lot of new ideas and perspectives are sparked in communication.