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The Garbage Can Model

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Jai Jackson

on 10 October 2013

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Transcript of The Garbage Can Model

Problems
Things we might need to change.
Solutions
Feasible ways to change.
Participants
Those whose time and interests remain fluid throughout a particular issue.
Why choose the Garbage Can Model?
ELRC 7603
The activity thread of problems, solutions, and politics weave and vary over time.
The Garbage Can Model
Presented by
Case Study
Adams County Community College
Dean Elizabeth Kimball
Academic Planning Group
Politics
Expectations
Learning Communities
Retention
Board of Trustees
Class Activity
Choice Opportunities
Right time, right place
Solution
Stream

Problem
Stream

Solutions in search of a problem.
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