Olympia's Homeless or At-Risk Students
Revision as of 10:13, 15 May 2011 by Minlau29
Prepared by Laura Minor
Submitted to Douglas Schuler
Civic Intelligence: Theory and Practice
Case Study: Homeless Education
Week 8, Wednesday, 5/18/2011
- Type the Introduction here].
- Orientation - describes the purpose, principles and perspectives that help energize an effective deployment of civic intelligence.
- Organization - refers to the structures, methods and roles by which people engage in civic intelligence.
- Write about the organization here.
- Engagement - refers to the ways in which civic intelligence is an active force for thought, action, and social change.
- Intelligence - refers to the ways that civic intelligence lives up to its name.
- How are they working with the community?
- Products & Projects - refers to some of the outcomes, both long-term and incremental, that civic intelligence might produce.
- Discuss the outcome of the programs here
- Resources - refers to the types of support that people and institutions engaged in civic intelligence work need.
- What support do our homeless children need?
- Conclusions go here
Pattern Language Association
- e-Liberate provides the proverbial cones of deliberation, enabling organizations a sort of digital facilitator guiding the group through the meeting process.
- "A new social institution or design will be both better in quality and more easily accepted if all relevant parties have input." This concept not only applies to institutional structure and design, but to existing entities looking for ways to incorporate editing ......
- SeeMe Modeling -- First draft
- What weaknesses do I see in the organizations?