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QUIET TO RIOT A proposed framework for integrating the introvert into collaborative-based ideation methodologies

AMY HUBER; ILLINOIS STATE UNIVERSITY


“I prefer to express myself in writing... T/F”

Test Questions Adapted from Cain, S. (2011). Quiet: The power of introverts in a world that can’t stop talking. New York, NY: Crown Publishers Retrived from http://www.thepowerofintroverts.com/quiet-quiz-are-you-an-introvert/


I enjoy work that I can “dive in” without interuptions... T/F”

Test Questions Adapted from Cain, S. (2011). Quiet: The power of introverts in a world that can’t stop talking. New York, NY: Crown Publishers Retrived from http://www.thepowerofintroverts.com/quiet-quiz-are-you-an-introvert/


“People tell me I’m a good listener... T/F”

Test Questions Adapted from Cain, S. (2011). Quiet: The power of introverts in a world that can’t stop talking. New York, NY: Crown Publishers Retrived from http://www.thepowerofintroverts.com/quiet-quiz-are-you-an-introvert/


“I prefer to not show work to others until it’s finished... T/F”

Test Questions Adapted from Cain, S. (2011). Quiet: The power of introverts in a world that can’t stop talking. New York, NY: Crown Publishers Retrived from http://www.thepowerofintroverts.com/quiet-quiz-are-you-an-introvert/


mostly T

mostly F

indicate introversion traits

indicate extroversion traits


early observations

Carl Jung


withdraws into himself

prefers to be alone shy

Lakshmi, N.V. (2008). Personality profiling of introverts and extroverts. The Icfai University Journal of Soft Skills. 2(3) 60-67.

seeks company of others

sociable


chemistry

high activity level along a slow neurotransmitter pathway called acetylcholine acetylcholine triggers the brain to conserve energy & stimulates thinking & feeling.

Justice, B., Justic, R. (December, 2008), Introverts vs. Extroverts. Health Leader. 1-3.


chemistry

relatively less internal activity scans the external world for stimulation to fuel shorter, quicker, dopamine pathways uses adrenaline to gain more dopamine, thus seeking more risk and activity.

Justice, B., Justic, R. (December, 2008), Introverts vs. Extroverts. Health Leader. 1-3.


INTROVERTS AMONG US

1

46% interior design student population

2

50% general population

1 Russ, R., & Weber, M. (1995). Personality types of interior design students: Implications for education. Journal of Interior Design, 21(1), 30–38. 2

Briggs Myers, I., McCaulley, M., Quenk, N., Hammer, A. (1998). MBTI manual: A guide to the development and use of the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (3rd ed. pp. 298). Palo Alto, CA: Consulting Psychologist Press.


photo credit Harvard Business Review

photo credit Harvard Business Review

collaboration


Character Guides

Personality Guides

Citzenship Duty Work Honor Reputation Morals Manners Integrity

Magnetic Fascinating Stunning Attractive Glowing Dominant Forceful Energetic

as cited nineteenth century publications

as cited twentieth century publications

adapted from Cain 2012 pg 23-24.

Framework for introvert inclusion Adapted from Cain, S. (2011). Quiet: The power of introverts in a world that can’t stop talking. New York, NY: Crown Publishers

changing preferences


space allocation in the workplace

Executives

17% Middle Managers

from 1994 to 2002

Senior Managers

16.5%

15%

Technical Staff

Senior Professionals

12%

16%

International Facilities Management. (June, 2004) Press Release. retrieved from http://www.ifma.org/tools/prdetail.cfm?id=25


photo credit Knoll


photo credit Herman Miller retrieved from http://www.hermanmiller.com/research/solution-essays/rethinking-the-classroom.html


process information through......

reflection

verbalization

formulating response

vocalize initial thoughts

Helgoe, L. (2010). Revenger of the introvert. Psychology Today. 54-62.

classroom conduct responding to stimuli


greater likelihood of...... collaboration

giving contradictions

to be overlooked

to repeat themselves if needed

Helgoe, L. (2010). Revenger of the introvert. Psychology Today. 54-62. Nussbaum, E.M. (2002). How introverts vs extroverts approach small-group argumentative discussions. The Elementry School Journal. 102(3). Retrieved from http://www.jstor.org/discover/10.2307/1002215?uid=2644 3&uid=

3739656&uid=2&uid=3&uid=26442&uid=67&uid=62&uid=3739256&sid=21101164831957

classroom inconduct a discussion


Which ideas get used? BEST OR BEST ARTICULATED

Cain, S. (2011). Quiet: The power of introverts in a world that can’t stop talking. New York, NY: Crown Publishers Janis, Irving L. (1982). Groupthink: Psychological Studies of Policy Decisions and Fiascoes. Second Edition. New York: Houghton Mifflin.


How do we avoid GROUPTHINK?

Cain, S. (2011). Quiet: The power of introverts in a world that can’t stop talking. New York, NY: Crown Publishers Janis, Irving L. (1982). Groupthink: Psychological Studies of Policy Decisions and Fiascoes. Second Edition. New York: Houghton Mifflin.


7 student workshop

junior/senior

20 student studio

sophomore

15 faculty committee

sessions


3 X2

hr

student workshop

junior/senior

3 X 30 hr

student studio

sophomore

2 X1 hr

faculty committee

sessions


Framework for introvert inclusion Ideation Session

Early Intervention send discussion points out prior to session

Small Group Large Group Interaction Interaction ideation + combination

ideation + combination

Closing Comments internalization + opportunity for added thought

proposed frameowork


Early Intervention

early response


Early Intervention

factor analysis


Small Group

Interaction

team response


Small Group

Interaction

team response


further question/ideas contact....

Closing Comments

reflective response


observable increase in breadth of participants increased vested interest in deliverable

outcomes


updated analysis of interiors introverted population have techonological advances changed introversion-extroversion preferences emperical testing of activity success analysis of interior design faculty how does our preference change how we teach?

future work


Framework for introvert inclusion Ideation Session

%

Early Intervention send discussion points out prior to session

Small Group Large Group Interaction Interaction ideation + combination

ideation + combination

Closing Comments internalization + opportunity for added thought


updated analysis of interiors introverted population emperical testing of activity success analysis of interior design faculty how does our preference change how we teach?

future work


Framework for introvert inclusion Ideation Session

Early Intervention send discussion points out prior to session

Small Group Large Group Interaction Interaction ideation + combination

ideation + combination

video playback

Closing Comments internalization + opportunity for added thought


updated analysis of interiors introverted population has techonological advances change introversion-extroversion preferenc emperical testing of activity success analysis of interior design faculty how does our preference change how we teach?

future work


Framework for introvert inclusion

%

Ideation Session

Early Intervention send discussion points out prior to session

Small Group Large Group Interaction Interaction ideation + combination

ideation + combination

Closing Comments internalization + opportunity for added thought


classroom techniques

Barkely. E (2010). Student Engagement Techniques. San Francisco, CA: John Wiley & Sons.


seminar prior preparation p 181

“ticket in� to small group dicussion

Barkely. E (2010). Student Engagement Techniques. San Francisco, CA: John Wiley & Sons.


split room move about the room based on opinion of a topic p 202

Barkely. E (2010). Student Engagement Techniques. San Francisco, CA: John Wiley & Sons.


poster sessions graphically present findings p 238

Barkely. E (2010). Student Engagement Techniques. San Francisco, CA: John Wiley & Sons.


questions & discussion


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