Planning for Meaningful Connections<br />Vicki Davis<br />
All learners engaging in this<br />Field of study<br />Learning Communities<br />Networks of Learning<br />Subject Matter ...
Communication<br />The Student<br />Technology Pathways<br />Myself<br />Face to Face<br />With Other<br />People<br />Not...
Money, Opportunity, Learning<br />The Student<br />Technology Pathways<br />Myself<br />Face to Face<br />With Other<br />...
FUTURE<br />Connection Planning Tool<br />Understanding<br />GENERATIONAL Pathways<br />Time<br />We have the ability to c...
FUTURE<br />Connection Planning Tool<br />The World<br />Hemisphere<br />Continent<br />Nation<br />State<br />District<br...
FUTURE<br />Connection Planning Tool<br />The World<br />Hemisphere<br />Continent<br />Nation<br />State<br />District<br...
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

Connection Pathways

1,416 views

Published on

This presentation outlines methodologies for planning

Published in: Education, Technology
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
1,416
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
75
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
0
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Connection Pathways

  1. 1. Planning for Meaningful Connections<br />Vicki Davis<br />
  2. 2. All learners engaging in this<br />Field of study<br />Learning Communities<br />Networks of Learning<br />Subject Matter Experts<br />Information<br />Common Users<br />Of Learning Resources<br />Building the pathway<br />For learning<br />Learning<br />Resources<br />Teachers<br />Every project should include the<br />Construction of a learning pathway<br />The Student<br />©2011 Victoria A Davis and Julie Lindsay<br />
  3. 3. Communication<br />The Student<br />Technology Pathways<br />Myself<br />Face to Face<br />With Other<br />People<br />Not Face to<br />Face with<br />Other People<br />Understanding<br />Communication Pathways<br />Non Technology Pathways<br />Every student should be able to communicate<br />In all three ways using both types of pathways<br />©2011 Victoria A Davis and Julie Lindsay<br />
  4. 4. Money, Opportunity, Learning<br />The Student<br />Technology Pathways<br />Myself<br />Face to Face<br />With Other<br />People<br />Not Face to<br />Face with<br />Other People<br />Understanding<br />Communication Pathways<br />Non Technology Pathways<br />Technology pathways are important<br />Because they hold the flow of commerce,<br />Learning, and opportunity. “Digital Divide” problems<br />©2011 Victoria A Davis and Julie Lindsay<br />
  5. 5. FUTURE<br />Connection Planning Tool<br />Understanding<br />GENERATIONAL Pathways<br />Time<br />We have the ability to connectto history past and history futurewith special attention that shouldbe paid to those who are livingand documenting their stories forfuture generations.<br />Connecting to our inner circleis important.<br />The Student<br />“inner circle”<br />descendants<br />Generation<br />grandchildren<br />History future<br />children<br />2 generations after<br />siblings<br />Next generation<br />parents<br />Contemporaries<br />PAST<br />grandparents<br />ancestors<br />1 generation before<br />2 generations before<br />History past<br />©2011 Victoria A Davis and Julie Lindsay<br />
  6. 6. FUTURE<br />Connection Planning Tool<br />The World<br />Hemisphere<br />Continent<br />Nation<br />State<br />District<br />School<br />Class<br />Location<br />Understanding<br />LOCATION Pathways<br />Time<br />“inner circle”<br />City<br />Neighbor-<br />hood<br />Home<br />We should be able to connectwith a diverse set of locationsto be a balanced person.<br />Diverse connections can be animportant part of beingwell educated.<br />The Student<br />PAST<br />©2011 Victoria A Davis and Julie Lindsay<br />
  7. 7. FUTURE<br />Connection Planning Tool<br />The World<br />Hemisphere<br />Continent<br />Nation<br />State<br />District<br />School<br />Class<br />Location<br />Information<br />All learners engaging in this<br />Field of study<br />Time<br />Learning Communities<br />Networks of Learning<br />“inner circle”<br />Subject Matter Experts<br />Learning<br />Resources<br />Common Users<br />Of Learning Resources<br />City<br />Neighbor-<br />hood<br />Home<br />Teachers<br />Learning Pathway<br />Communication<br />The Student<br />“inner circle”<br />Technology Pathways<br />descendants<br />Generation<br />Myself<br />grandchildren<br />Face to Face<br />With Other<br />People<br />History future<br />children<br />Not Face to<br />Face with<br />Other People<br />2 generations after<br />siblings<br />Next generation<br />parents<br />Contemporaries<br />PAST<br />grandparents<br />Non Technology Pathways<br />ancestors<br />1 generation before<br />2 generations before<br />History past<br />©2011 Victoria A Davis and Julie Lindsay<br />

×