Send the link below via email or IMCopy
Present to your audienceStart remote presentation
- Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
- People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
- This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
- A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
- Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article
Transcript of Learning Journey
Encountering Each Other
A 4D Topographical Analysis of
Issues and Trends Related to
Inclusion in the U.S. Education System
Backcountry Discovery Learning Route
Understand issues and trends of inclusion and exclusion in K-12 public education.
Enhance Historical Content Knowledge
Understand the human element of inclusion and exclusion (Empathize).
Enhance Personal Affective Knowledge
Understand contrasting perceptions of inclusion and exclusion.
Enhance Higher Order Cognition
Critique educational aims, policies and methods with respect to inclusion and exclusion.
Enhance Critical Thinking Skills
Learners are able to identify historical trends of inclusion and exclusion.
Learners are able to identify multiple instructional strategies that promote inclusion.
Learners are able to explain a connection to or a lack of connection to others’ experiences of inclusion and exclusion.
Learners are able to explain how inclusion and exclusion might be both positive and negative.
Learners are able to explain how specific educational aims, policies, and methods promote inclusion for various populations.
Learners are able to explain how specific educational aims, policies, and methods promote exclusion for various populations.
"This has much to do with the nature of imagination and the capacity to envision a canvas of human relationships. This imagination, however, must emerge from and speak to the hard realities of human affairs. This is the paradoxical nature of both imagination and transcendence: Each must have a foot in what is and beyond what exists" (p. x).
The Moral Imagination: The Art and Soul of Building Peace
-John Paul Lederach
Sitting with the BIG questions
in reflective contemplation and
deliberation in community
"In a true community we will not choose our companions…our companions will be given to us… Often they will be persons who will upset our settled view of self and world. In fact, we might define true community as that place where the person you least want to live with always lives!" (pp. 18-19).
A Place Called Community
Starting From Where We Are To
~ awaken, nurture, and empower learners to
ethical lives of service and leadership