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Mission Community Learning CentersPart of the Global Learning Framework©<br />By Richard C. Close  <br />The Chrysalis Cam...
Chrysalis History20 year learning strategy, marketing and development<br />
Love the world with knowledge and community<br />
Because… Knowledge Liberates<br />The Poor…<br /><ul><li>Fathers
Mothers
Children </li></li></ul><li>CLC Learning Plan<br />Mission CLC Learning Map<br />Core<br />Life &    Academic       <br />...
How Mission Learning Centers can suffer  What we have learned<br />Leader Issues<br /><ul><li>Need for management training
Need CTC Guides
Need technical training
Isolated from other CTCs
Is not understood by staff
Unaware of free support documents
Could be integrated with community programs</li></ul>Planning Issues<br /><ul><li>Lack of funding
Lack of funding brochures
Lack of volunteers
Insufficient curriculum
Not supporting other mission departments</li></ul>Biblical training<br />Healthcare<br />Career<br />Counseling<br />Techn...
Unaware of new technology solutions
Wasted time on repairs
Old software
Curriculum Issues
Blocked from Internet
Unaware of free education content
Unaware of web 20 tools
No course
Lack of life skill courses:
Finance
ESL
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Presentation for the Bridgeport Rescue Mission, Bowery and NYC Rescue Missions to upgrade a Learning Center into Community Learning Centers by Richard C Close
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Mission Community Learning Centers Global Learning Framework By Richard Close

  1. 1. Mission Community Learning CentersPart of the Global Learning Framework©<br />By Richard C. Close <br />The Chrysalis Campaign, Inc.www.richardclose.info<br />http://insidelearning.ning.com<br />Global Learning Framework©, Micro Learning Paths© are a Copyright 2009 Richard C. CloseNo version can be reproduced in any format without written permission from author <br />
  2. 2. Chrysalis History20 year learning strategy, marketing and development<br />
  3. 3. Love the world with knowledge and community<br />
  4. 4. Because… Knowledge Liberates<br />The Poor…<br /><ul><li>Fathers
  5. 5. Mothers
  6. 6. Children </li></li></ul><li>CLC Learning Plan<br />Mission CLC Learning Map<br />Core<br />Life & Academic <br />Competencies <br />Core<br /> Career & Community<br /> Competencies<br />Whole<br />Person,Family &Communities<br />Core Spiritual Competencies<br />
  7. 7. How Mission Learning Centers can suffer What we have learned<br />Leader Issues<br /><ul><li>Need for management training
  8. 8. Need CTC Guides
  9. 9. Need technical training
  10. 10. Isolated from other CTCs
  11. 11. Is not understood by staff
  12. 12. Unaware of free support documents
  13. 13. Could be integrated with community programs</li></ul>Planning Issues<br /><ul><li>Lack of funding
  14. 14. Lack of funding brochures
  15. 15. Lack of volunteers
  16. 16. Insufficient curriculum
  17. 17. Not supporting other mission departments</li></ul>Biblical training<br />Healthcare<br />Career<br />Counseling<br />Technology Issues<br /><ul><li>Old broken hardware
  18. 18. Unaware of new technology solutions
  19. 19. Wasted time on repairs
  20. 20. Old software
  21. 21. Curriculum Issues
  22. 22. Blocked from Internet
  23. 23. Unaware of free education content
  24. 24. Unaware of web 20 tools
  25. 25. No course
  26. 26. Lack of life skill courses:
  27. 27. Finance
  28. 28. ESL
  29. 29. Anger etc…
  30. 30. Software Issues
  31. 31. Old assessment software
  32. 32. Unaware of open software issues
  33. 33. Unaware of Not for profit discounts
  34. 34. Only MS Office
  35. 35. More training on software products
  36. 36. Budget Issues
  37. 37. High costs for assessment services
  38. 38. Not a scalable content strategy
  39. 39. Paying for free tools and software
  40. 40. Leverage more grant funds
  41. 41. Not packaged as a separate funded ministry</li></li></ul><li>How Mission Learning Centers can succeed? What we recommend<br />Leader <br /><ul><li>Professional Services
  42. 42. Collaboration with other LCs
  43. 43. Professional support</li></ul>Planning <br /><ul><li>Strategic Plan
  44. 44. Collaboration with other LCs</li></ul>Technology <br /><ul><li>Newer low maintenance hardware</li></ul>Curriculum<br /><ul><li>Collaborative database of free lessons
  45. 45. Collaborative database of free educational content
  46. 46. Flexible filter</li></ul>Software <br /><ul><li>Not for Profit discounted software
  47. 47. Open source software</li></ul>Budget<br /><ul><li>Restructure budget
  48. 48. Leverage Internet free content and lessons
  49. 49. Review vendor selection an pricing
  50. 50. Collaborative purchasing</li></li></ul><li>Education Cycles of the New Life Client<br />Mission Client Learning Path<br />New Life Program<br />Interest<br />Orientation<br />TransformationPhase<br />TransitionPhase<br />CommunityIntegration<br />Education Program & Services<br /><ul><li>Biblical
  51. 51. Ed Courses
  52. 52. Addiction
  53. 53. Anger
  54. 54. Boundaries
  55. 55. Comp skills
  56. 56. Family skills
  57. 57. Work skills
  58. 58. Finance Mgmt.
  59. 59. Reporting
  60. 60. Biblical
  61. 61. Resume
  62. 62. Placement
  63. 63. Job skills
  64. 64. Job work
  65. 65. Comp Skills
  66. 66. SAT / GED
  67. 67. Reporting
  68. 68. Kiosk/Web
  69. 69. Testimony
  70. 70. Biblical
  71. 71. Services
  72. 72. Rules
  73. 73. Compliance
  74. 74. Services
  75. 75. Individual Ed Assessment
  76. 76. Individual Counseling
  77. 77. Health Assessment
  78. 78. DevelopmentPlan
  79. 79. Home
  80. 80. Church
  81. 81. Work
  82. 82. Family
  83. 83. Cyber Community
  84. 84. AlumniMeetings</li></li></ul><li>Mission Departmental Collaboration<br />Collaboration will increase competence, eliminate redundancy, decease errors, improve quality and improve graduation rates.<br />Shared Knowledge Base Between the National and International Missions<br />Mission 7<br />Mission 1<br />Mission 2<br />Mission 3<br />Mission 4<br />Mission 5<br />Mission 6<br />CLC Education Program & Services Collaboratively Shared<br />Admin Staff<br /><ul><li>Policies
  85. 85. Procedures
  86. 86. Cyber Library
  87. 87. Biblical Lessons
  88. 88. CertificationPrograms
  89. 89. Leadershiptraining
  90. 90. Network w/ Other Mission Admin</li></ul>Chaplains<br /><ul><li>Policies
  91. 91. Procedures
  92. 92. Cyber Library
  93. 93. Biblical Lessons
  94. 94. CertificationPrograms
  95. 95. Counseling training
  96. 96. Network w/ chaplains</li></ul>Ed. Staff<br /><ul><li>Policies
  97. 97. Procedures
  98. 98. Cyber Library
  99. 99. Biblical Lessons
  100. 100. K-12 Lessons
  101. 101. Adult learning
  102. 102. ESL Lesson
  103. 103. Networking w/ educators</li></ul>House Staff<br /><ul><li>Policies
  104. 104. Procedures
  105. 105. Cyber Library
  106. 106. Biblical Lessons
  107. 107. Certifications
  108. 108. Special training
  109. 109. Personal Interests</li></ul>Cooks<br /><ul><li>Policies
  110. 110. Procedures
  111. 111. Cyber Library
  112. 112. BiblicalLessons
  113. 113. Certifications
  114. 114. Government regulations
  115. 115. Personal Interests</li></ul>Development<br /><ul><li>Policies
  116. 116. Procedures
  117. 117. Cyber Library
  118. 118. Biblical Lessons
  119. 119. CertificationPrograms
  120. 120. Fund raising training
  121. 121. Network w/ Developers</li></ul>MissionCompetency<br />Spiritual<br />IndividualLearning<br />
  122. 122. GLF Principal: “Collaborative Knowledge”<br />Gospel Rescue Mission Network of CTCs<br />
  123. 123. “The Global Learning Framework is about the need, ownership, collaboration and awesome responsibility of human knowledge.” - RC<br />
  124. 124. GLF Principle: Knowledge is tribal<br />We are pack animals<br />With technology<br />
  125. 125. We learn by packing…<br />Pack to Serve<br /><ul><li>The Team
  126. 126. Help
  127. 127. Encourage
  128. 128. Coach
  129. 129. Collaborate
  130. 130. Leverage competence
  131. 131. Strife builds character
  132. 132. Manage life
  133. 133. Built on successes
  134. 134. Hope of a better future
  135. 135. Prosperity</li></li></ul><li>We learn by packing…<br />Pack from fear<br />The Gang<br />Intimidate<br />Slander<br />Suppress<br />Order<br />Leverage fear<br />Strife builds rage<br />Addiction<br />Built on failures<br />It only gets worse<br />Poverty<br />
  136. 136. or Isolating<br />Or we go it alone<br /><ul><li>Rural Isolated
  137. 137. Poverty… Helpless
  138. 138. It’s about me
  139. 139. Rejection
  140. 140. No one cares
  141. 141. I don’t need anyone
  142. 142. Depression
  143. 143. On strife… We avoid risk
  144. 144. One day at a time
  145. 145. Whatever attitude
  146. 146. What future?
  147. 147. Just hanging out in gaming</li></li></ul><li>“Yet we knowknowledge is collaborative” - RC<br />Knowledge<br />+ Community<br />Sustainable Solutions<br />
  148. 148. We have all of this knowledge.What do we do with it?<br />
  149. 149. OLD Colonial “Knowledge” Model<br />Industrial Authoritarian Instruction<br />One Way Model<br />MEDIA<br />MEDIA<br />MEDIA<br />MEDIA<br />MEDIA<br />MEDIA<br />
  150. 150. Old Industrial “Training” Model<br />Select Group of Content Expert Developers<br />Industrial Authoritarian Instruction<br />One Way Model<br />Learning Management System<br />COURSE<br />COURSE<br />COURSE<br />COURSE<br />COURSE<br />COURSE<br />WorkerBee<br />WorkerBee<br />WorkerBee<br />WorkerBee<br />WorkerBee<br />WorkerBee<br />
  151. 151. Perhaps we are there…When learning wentto the Web,something really bighappened.<br />Home  School  Organizations  The World<br />
  152. 152. First Problem: “Out-There Content”<br />I’m Here<br />Even Way Out Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />NoOver Here<br />Here<br />Back Here<br />
  153. 153. Second Problem: “Out-There Web Apps.”<br />I’m Here<br />Even Way Out Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />NoOver Here<br />Here<br />Back Here<br />
  154. 154. We must make it easy and relevant<br />Web Content<br />Web Tool<br />Web Content<br />Web Tool<br />WebEducation<br />System™<br />(Free or Near-Free)<br />Web Content<br />Web Tool<br />Web Content<br />Web Tool<br />My Web Library™10,000 Plus Sites<br />www.bascom.com<br />Web Education System and My Web Library are Copyright 2009 BASCOM, Inc. <br />
  155. 155. GLF Principal: “Community Collaborative”<br />StudentFamily<br />
  156. 156. Global Community Learning CentersIn the Global Learning Framework©<br />
  157. 157. What is the Next GenCommunity Technology Center?<br />Enrichment resources for the whole local town:<br /><ul><li>More Competence
  158. 158. K-12 Education
  159. 159. Adult life skills
  160. 160. Job-Career competence
  161. 161. More Collaborative:
  162. 162. Between Mission
  163. 163. Between Departments
  164. 164. Between support organizations
  165. 165. More Community
  166. 166. Local community programs
  167. 167. Community of Missions
  168. 168. Community of donor volunteers
  169. 169. More Scalable Economic Model
  170. 170. Greater breadth of services
  171. 171. Greater volunteer involvement
  172. 172. Easier to funding</li></li></ul><li>What Drives a Global Learning Framework?<br />Need to acquireknowledge<br />Need to giveknowledge<br />Need to be loved<br />Need to give love<br />
  173. 173. The Global Learning Framework©<br />Personal and global knowledge is inseparable<br />By Richard C. Close<br />The Chrysalis CampaignNew Milford, CT 06776<br />rclose@richardclose.info<br />www.richardclose.info<br />http://globallearningframework.ning.com<br />Special editing thanks to Paul Seldes www.ntb-group.com<br />Micro Learning Paths, Global Learning Framework, Global Learning Process are Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close Web Education System, Global Chalkboard are Trademark s of Bascom, Inc. www.bascom.com Space Images Copyright NASA. Africa and Brooklyn, NY photography copyright 2007-9 Richard C. Close<br />

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