Olympia's Homeless or At-Risk Students

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Prepared by Laura Minor

Submitted to Douglas Schuler

Civic Intelligence: Theory and Practice

Case Study: Homeless Education

Week 8, Wednesday, 5/18/2011


DRAFT


Introduction

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Analysis

  • 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.
What are they doing for 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

Conclusions go here

Pattern Language Association

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SeeMe

  • SeeMe Modeling -- First draft



Weaknesses

  • What weaknesses do I see in the organizations?