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CLP I: Session 1 Professionalism: Introduction to CLP

Agenda
0:00-0:05: Agenda and introduction to outcomes 0:05-0:20: Syllabus walk-through 0:20-0:25: Q&A 0:25-0:27: Break students into teams 0:27-0:30: Required reading, Ethically Challenged? 0:30-0:40: Team discussions about Ethically Challenged? 0:40-0:45: Class discussion about Ethically Challenged? 0:45-0:55: Video, Using Your Social Currency to Support Global Causes TedxTalk 0:55-1:05: Class discussion about Using Your Social Currency to Support Global Causes 1:05-1:10: Introduction to DoSomething.org & Give a Spit Challenge 1:10-1:13: Recap of outcomes and tie back to the Give a Spit Challenge 1:13-1:15: Brief overview of the next session

Outcomes
As a result of the Professionalism Session, students who participate will:
Gain a clear understanding of CLP's professional and academic expectations Gain a clear understanding of CLP's grading policies Think about their ethical responsibility when using social media Gain a general understanding of how social media can be used to make a social impact

Discussion Questions
Should college students have an ethical responsibility towards others when they are online? Why or why not? Should college students care about the impact their online choices have on others? Why or why not? Is there a prevailing view among college students that social media is just for fun? Can college students use social media to make a positive impact on society? If so, how?

Key Takeaways
1. Our ethical responsibilities extend to social media 2. Online decisions have real world consequences 3. Social media can have a positive impact on society

TedxTalk
Julie Dixon, Georgetown University Using Your Social Currency to Support Global Causes

Discussion Questions
What is social currency? Do college students have social currency that they can leverage to have a social impact? Do non-profits do enough to involve college students in social causes through the use of social media? Should they do more?

Key Takeaways
1. College students have social currency

2. Social media can be used to leverage social currency


3. Social media can empower college students to have a significant positive impact

DoSomething.org
Country's largest not-for-profit for young people and social change Causes: domestic violence, disasters, physical and mental health, education Campaigns for young people to run in their own communities

Give a Spit Challenge


PSA Video 10,000 cancer patients in the U.S. are in need of a lifesaving blood or bone marrow donation every year 70% of these patients rely on complete strangers from the Be The Match Marrow registry Challenge: create a social media platform for your Give a Spit Campaign

Outcomes Recap
As a result of the Professionalism Session, students who participate will:
Gain a clear understanding of CLP's professional and academic expectations Gain a clear understanding of CLP's grading policies Think about their ethical responsibility when using social media Gain a general understanding of how social media can be used to make a social impact

Give a Spit Challenge Tie-in


How might you use your social currency ethically and professionally for the Give a Spit Challenge?

Next Session
Session 2 Teamwork: Building Emotional Intelligence Within a Team Location: CLP I classroom Required reading: Building the Emotional Intelligence of Groups