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This presentation is an overview of the entire SAP process at GINManila2012. It is a guide for SAP workshop leaders, teacher mentors and student delegates. It may also function as a support for those ...

This presentation is an overview of the entire SAP process at GINManila2012. It is a guide for SAP workshop leaders, teacher mentors and student delegates. It may also function as a support for those participating in pyramid2012.

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  • GIN SAP Workshop
  • The Pyramid
  • Communication with your group of delegates
    •  Each group will be given its own page on the GIN Wordpress
    •  Only SAP leaders + advisors can post
    •  Delegates can comment, so pre-conference discussion and preparation will happen here
    • First Blog Post:
    •  Introduce refined topic
    •  Summarize the pyramid & compass groups
    •  Create & post 5 visions per compass site
    Stage 1 (preparation before conference) :
    • First Email to Delegates in Your Group:
    •  Brief intro to: yourselves, global issue, pyramid, compass points
    •  Ask delegates to rank which compass point they want to work in (comment on first blog post)
    •  Ask delegates to vote on a vision for each compass point (comment on first blog post)
    Stage 1 (preparation before conference) :
  • Send this email: Dec. 5 Due date for delegates: Dec.12 Draft this email: Dec. 1
    • Second Blog Post:
    •  For the top visions that were voted for each compass point, create list of 5 to 10 indicators
    •  Indicators = things that help us better understand trends in our global issue
    •  eg: acres of trees cut down per year (deforestation)
    •  eg: number of endangered species of fish (fisheries depletion)
    Stage 1 (preparation before conference) :
    • Second Email to Delegates in Your Group:
    • Explain indicators
    • Link to blog post with list of indicators
    • Ask each participant to choose an indicator and create their own behavior graph (comment on blog post)
    Stage 1 (preparation before conference) : Send this email: Jan.13 Behavior graphs due: Jan.22
      • Behavior graph- a visual representation of how you think the indicator acts over time (past, present, future)
        • This is based on your research but you don ’t need data
        • State whether or not you are happy with a trend occurring
        • The purpose is to get people thinking about what is happening in terms of trends
        • Also gives the group an idea of what the main indicators for each compass group are
    Stage 1 (preparation before conference) : Send this email: Dec. 14 Behavior graphs due: Dec. 21
      • Allow questions to be asked about pyramid
      • Split into compass point groups:
        • Discuss indicators
        • Groups present on all 5 indicators and behavior graphs (BUT FOCUS ON TOP 1)
          • Past sticky notes on pyramid
        • Make yarn connections
    Stage 1 (DURING CONFERENCE) :
      • Thorough understanding of issue (through visions, indicators, behavior graphs and connections)
      • Top 1 indicator to focus on
    At this point we have…
  • Stage 2 : In whole group:  Show an example of a systems map
  • Stage 2 : In compass points:  Draw systems map on large sheet of paper  In the middle, put top 1 indicator and a behavior graph  Around, put causes and effects  Then link the causes and effects with arrows
  • Stage 2 :  Explain leverage points  Explain feedback loops
  • Stage 2 : In compass points:  Identify key leverage point  Identify key feedback loop  5 minute presentation per group
      • Systems map for each compass point
      • Key leverage point
      • Key feedback loop
    At this point we have…
  • Stage 3: In compass points:  BRAINSTORM SOLUTIONS ( then narrow down to 4) In whole group:  PRESENTATIONS!  VOTE FOR #1 SOLUTION (per compass point)
      • One amazing, innovative , creative, fantastic SOLUTION!
    At this point we have…
  • Stage 4: Number each person from 1 to 5: NOTE! Number 1 should be the person who is most committed to carrying out the solution in their school/community. Group decides who this is. THIS WILL BE IMPORTANT LATER ON. Other numbers don ’t matter. NATURE 1 4
  • Stage 4: A great SWITCHEROO happens: NATURE 3 I’m going to ECONOMY 4 I’m going to SOCIETY 5 I’m going to WELL-BEING 1
  • Stage 4: A great SWITCHEROO happens: NATURE 1
  • Stage 4: In these new groups:  FLESH OUT SOLUTION  detailed document with action plans  consider: Perceived Value of the New Way Perceived Value of the Old Way Perceived Cost of the Change -
  • Stage 4: In whole group:  each group delivers a SALES PITCH  each person chooses the solution/idea they want to follow through with  Sales pitches will be videoed and posted on GIN site
      • Detailed action plans for 4 different awesome solutions
      • Groups of people committed to each action plan
    At this point we have…
  • Stage 5: In whole group:  In your SAP groups, discuss a way to keep in touch afterwards and update each other with progress on your respective projects and action plans  The “Number 1s” from before are invited to participate in Michael Furdyk’s SPROUT program
  • Timeline:
  • What to do now:
    • Meet with your advisors and partners in the next week
    • Research your topic
    • Refine your topic
    • Come up with 5 visions for each compass side
    • Make first blog post
    • Contact your group
    •  You as a group (advisors + partners) are responsible for scheduling your own meetings with your group and executing Stage 0 as needed before the conference.
    •  We will keep in touch with you all through email and occasional meetings to check on your progress
    •  This powerpoint and other resources will be on the GIN Wordpress
    •  GOOD LUCK! 