Framing Power Questions 2 Empower Creative Thinking

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Power point for Literate Nation Board of Directors Meeting November 2013 in NOLA

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  • It’s the juxtaposition of these items that enhances each.
  • This would have been a completely different picture and perspective if we’d taken the shot on one of the stairs looking up.
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  • This frame imparts one view/tone.
  • This one imparts another….
  • This one imparts yet another.
  • Group Activity: Hand out pictures/frames.
  • Task 1.
  • Task 2.
  • See different things based on how we frame.Some of it is highly subjective.We bring different backgrounds/biases/styles to our framing decisions.
  • See different things based on how we frame.Some of it is highly subjective.We bring different backgrounds/biases/styles to our framing decisions.
  • Builds from thesis #1.
  • Locus of control is a theory used in personality psychology that refers to causation as perceived by individuals in response to personal outcomes or other events. The theory was developed by Julian B. Rotter in 1954 , and has since become an aspect of personality studies. A person's "locus" (Latin for "place" or "location") is conceptualized as either internal (the person believes they can control their life) or external (meaning they believe that their decisions and life are controlled by environmental factors which they cannot influence).
  • Locus of control is a theory used in personality psychology that refers to causation as perceived by individuals in response to personal outcomes or other events. The theory was developed by Julian B. Rotter in 1954 , and has since become an aspect of personality studies. A person's "locus" (Latin for "place" or "location") is conceptualized as either internal (the person believes they can control their life) or external (meaning they believe that their decisions and life are controlled by environmental factors which they cannot influence).
  • Task 3.
  • Task 3.
  • Assignment
  • Task 4.
  • Framing Power Questions 2 Empower Creative Thinking

    1. 1. DREAMING
    2. 2. DREAMING Power Questions
    3. 3. SPECIAL THANKS Literate Nation Board of Directors CREDIT/DISCLAIMER Images licensed from iStockphoto.com (unless otherwise stated). Content is used for illustrative purposes only; any person depicted in this content is a model.Blueprint for a Literate Nation cover art from Cinthia Colette Haan and Literate Nation. DYSLEXIA DIABLOGUE COMMUNICATION BY DESIGN
    4. 4. OTHER SMALLSCREEN/ONLINE PRESENTATIONS For other dyslexia/literacy-related presentations: www.slideshare.net/carolyndcowen Stimulating dialogue and forward thinking where dyslexia and new media intersect. COMMUNICATION BY DESIGN Power the Mission with the Message cdcowen@aol.com Twitter: @cdcowen

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