Schedule of Lectures Date Theme Contents
4/13 Can ChatGPT do your homework? ...replace you at work?
4/14 ChatGPT & DALL-E What does ChatGPT mean for leisure / health?
4/14 What do ChatGPT & DALL-E mean for misinformation?
5/11 Do you want to know if you have the divorce gene? 5/12 Divorce Gene Do you want to know if your fiance has the divorce gene? 5/12 What would you do if you knew?
6/1 How much can / should government control your diet? 6/2 Tax on Sugar What is the difference between taxing sugar and taxing cigarettes? 6/2 How about taxing fast food?
7/6 Ben-Shahar: What is the difference between pleasure & purpose? 7/7 Happiness #1 What are Seligman's 4 Positive Attitude Skills 7/7 What are Santos's 6 Positive Attitude Skills
8/3 Moskowitz: What are you strengths & skills? 8/4 Happiness #2 Pink: The importance of goals & accomplishments 8/4 Time Frames: What can you do today? ...this week? ...this month? Behavioral Objectives A student will be able to: 1. perform stakeholder analysis 2. brainstorm according to the 6 Silicon Valley rules of brainstorming 3. develop unique brainstorming rules for multicultural, multilingual brainstorming 4. recognize and determine where to stop on a "slippery slope" 5. recognize and differentiate between emotion and logic 6. distinguish between "process" and "results"
7. recognize the role of nuance in Objectives #4 #5 & #6 Grading Criteria Grade will be determined by: 40% Class Participation (includes having camera "on" during class) 30% Class Attendance 30% Examinations