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Exercises magnitude of_change_archetypes_aspirations[1]
Exercises magnitude of_change_archetypes_aspirations[1]
Exercises magnitude of_change_archetypes_aspirations[1]
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  • 1. Headstart Action-Learning Project Pre-Retreat Session: Exercises May 24, 2011 Mark Cabaj
  • 2. Profiles of Family Archetypes
  • 3. Profiles of Family Archetype
      • Number of people
      • Income levels & source
      • Education & employment
      • Language & culture
      • Assets & challenges of children
      • Etc.
  • 4.  
  • 5. Magnitudes of Change
      • Incremental change – minor changes to modestly improve an existing approach.
      • Reform oriented change – major changes in an existing approach while preserving the general overall pattern way of thinking about the challenge.
      • Transformational changes – fundamental changes to the system based typically based on very new ways of thinking about the challenge and how to address it.
  • 6. Three Groups
      • Incremental change
      • Reform oriented change
      • Transformational change
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    Three Rounds
  • 7. Dotmocracy
  • 8. Three Questions
      • What is the highest aspiration for families & communities we serve?
      • What are the key attributes that the emerging Head Start must manifest in order to contribute to this aspiration?
      • What questions emerge?
    Aspire Attributes New ?

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