Transcript: 15.665 Circle Chart Problems Diagnosis Company has changed through time - Tom has not Strategy Tactics Reversal of roles - boss to worker Company business shifting from original focus and is growing Inconsistent feedback over the years leaves Tom feeling confused and misunderstood Not interested in business Harassment issues Alan Perkins - "The Man" Timing Uncertainty Unequal Partnership Company no longer understands Tom and misinterprets his actions Culture shifts with introduction of management
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Transcript: Programs Membership Acquisition Engagement http://tinyurl.com/breakingboundaries Students’ confidence in their abilities to do science-related work increased. Compared to the traditional science curriculum, the number of students reporting being overwhelmed by science class fell by 50% Male students visited course-related websites such as science websites and sites related to SL, etc. significantly more than female students did (t = 1.209, p< 0.005) Female students took significantly more snapshots (n=31.1) with their avatar in the pictures than male students did, which was 17.4 in average (t = 2.957, p<0.05) Kelly Czarnecki Learning Maps Teen Second Life Evaluation The Edge Project Cathy Arreguin Barry Joseph Digital Media & Learning Conference February 2010 Bitstrips Contact Info: Cathy Arreguin: firstname.lastname@example.org Kelly Czarnecki: email@example.com Amira Fouad: firstname.lastname@example.org Barry Joseph: email@example.com Beth Wellman: firstname.lastname@example.org Advertising Ducks Unlimited Leveraging Our Web & Digital Assetts Fundraising Map Time! 1) Take out a pen & paper 2) Make a short list of the places you learn 3) Draft a visual map of the places you learn 4) Take pride in your work Fundraising Q & A 1) How do educators navigate the disruptive force of new media in education, both at an institutional and a personal level? How do the different cultures and pedagogies of civic and cultural institutions engender different responses? 2) In what ways do youth bring learning into digital youth media programs at civic and cultural institutions from other nodes, how do they perceive the ecology created (if at all) and their roles within it, and what can digital media afford them to make better sense of it all? 3) How does an educational program leveraging new media allow greater affordances for youth to draw upon their learning from across their distributed learning network? http://edgeproject.org Fundraising Fundraising Beth Wellman Blogs Fundraising Online Revenue Anthony Jones: Director of Internet Services Who we are... Dream It Do It Amira Fouad Monthly Giving Fundraising StSL
Transcript: About A great template for a Technology Related Company Introduction Present some more details Who Are You? Product Explain the products or services you offer Showcase How are the sales? Business Reports Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 The Team Who are the creative minds? Who's in the Team Future Vision Where to Next? Future Plans Contact Info How do People Find You? Contact Details
Transcript: Back Door Mission Constituency Map Patrons Patrons Areas for growth Get to know them better Learn about their needs beyond social services Discover their strengths Street-engaged population in Durham Region dealing with: - Homelessness - Housing insecurity - Mental health and addiction concerns - Food and clothing access challenges Youth ages 16-26 (20%) Adults ages 27-64 (60%) Seniors ages 65+ (20%) Male 65% / Female 35% Mission United Housing Stats Housed through the By-Name List, January to June 2021: 24 people Service Agencies Strengths Service Agencies Role in wrap-around services that lead to changes in patrons living situation Case management and collaboration Creating new programs and partnerships Linkages and referral to continuum of care Areas for Growth Mission United partner agencies: Housing Medical Financial Harm Reduction Social services Simcoe St. United Church Simcoe St. United Church General Public General Public Areas for growth Press Packet and Update Accurate representation of the needs and the work that are being done at the Back Door Mission. Feature articles, editorials, website, social media, TV and print news. Volunteers Volunteers How do we build relationship? Volunteer emails Volunteer Facebook Spotlights In-person activities Recognition Awards Areas for growth Simcoe Street United Church Congregation Retired professionals People with lived experience Students (former placement students and others) Members of civic and other religious organizations Court-mandated services Individuals who seek to gain experience in the homelessness sector Tenure Adults ages 27-64 (70 %) Seniors ages 65+ ( 20 %) Youth ages 16-26 (10 %) Offering alternative ways to volunteer How they can share what we do with others A platform for their ideas Appropriate engagement Acknowledgment Swag/merch More activities Donor Base Donor Base What motivates them? Appealing to sense of Charity To ‘feel good’ Feel included in the vision How do we build relationship? /Recognize? Acknowledgment Areas for growth Ask where they heard about us Make it participatory Record how long have they been a donor Personalized "thank you's" Newsletters Inform on other ways to participate Up our game in providing links to other touch-points (FB, IG, Website) Innovative fundraising that goes beyond location and seasonal Fundraising that changes the narrative How do we show good management of funds? Accountability such as timely and accurate reporting Individual Givers Cash Food/ Pantry Clothing and other essential items Corporate Donors Cash In kind Fundraising Seasonal Corporate/community Institutional Stakeholders Institutional Stakeholders Areas for growth Raise awareness on community needs and how these needs can be addressed through specific supports Leadership representation Provide updates Collaborate on initiatives Durham Region Police Services Lakeridge Health Durham Region City of Oshawa CDCD Faith Community What motivates them? Faith Community How do we build relationship? Mandate on community impact Outcome reports Impact stories Identify programs that are aligned to their values Engagement with the congregations United Churches Anglican, Baptist and other christian denominations Roman Catholic Church Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Connections with Spirit of Service, Mayor Led Faith Community Other faith groups Areas for growth Civic Organizations Civic Organizations What motivates them? How do we build relationship? Social responsibility Tiered Engagement Package Outcome Reports Impact Stories Offer other ways to participate Rotary Club 100 Men Who Care 100 Women Who Care Durham Woodworking Club Ontario Tech University Durham College Oshawa Library Areas for growth Neighbours Neighbours Areas for growth Community Contract ( Code of Conduct) Open communication channels Inform and educate by shifting the narrative on homelessness (local) Lead by example Offer different lenses Office and business establishments within a couple blocks from BDM Downtown Area (Simcoe South, King, Centre and Bond) Social Media Community How do we build relationships/recognize? Social Media Community Content themes that generate discussion (Impact, Services, testimonials ) Videos Shout-outs and acknowledgments Raise awareness of the needs of the community (patrons) and how these are being met by us Shifting narrative and addressing negative stereoytyping Consider other platforms (Twitter, LinkdIn) Facebook & Instagram Volunteers Donors Service Agencies Patrons Areas for Growth
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Transcript: Summative Margin #3 summative marginal #1 I chose this section because it shows how the inner circle works. The red book that can be read by anyone are the outsiders within the group, and the people that are considered in the group are given the secrets and rules by the other people that are in. Questions Brought up I connect to the author C.S. Lewis cause i read his Narnia book series while growing up I connect to the title because my life is filled with inner rings of people. 1. Lewis is trying to get people to believe that our society as a whole is made up of different inner circles that we either fit into or we don't at all, and in some cases were right on the boundary of the inner circles. 2. I do agree with what he is saying. Cause if we like it or not we as a society categorize ourselves and split into groups and form cliques. pictures pre-reading connections During Reading I connect to this because while growing i would catch my self changing inner circles just because i thought i would be more widely accepted by others even though my friend group before cared more about me. The reading strategy i found most useful while reading this was to evaluate the text. With evaluating the text i was able to pick up context clues and certain rhetorical devices to help better my self in understanding the point he was trying to get across. This section discusses: The hard work it can take to be considered in. The amount of time it takes up to get into the group. How it can be unhealthy sometimes how much you work you put in. But is worth it because it is better then sitting at home doing nothing and being left out. Summative Marginal #2 This section discusses: The point of the essay he wrote is not about being in the Russian Army But instead its about the inner rings in your everyday life For example inner rings that appear places such as Home, School or even work He also touches how it may not be just one inner circle but multiple inner circles. hierarchy: a system or organization in which people or groups are ranked one above the other according to status or authority. moralising: comment on issues of right and wrong, typically with an unfounded air of superiority regiment: a permanent unit of an army typically commanded by a colonel and divided into several companies, squadrons, or batteries and often into two battalions. explicitly: stated clearly and in detail, leaving no room for confusion or doubt. "the speaker's intentions were not made explicit" caucus: a meeting of the members of a legislative body who are members of a particular political party, to select candidates or decide policy Vocab Words This section discusses: How people are considered in or not. How often the group can change from being in our out. How there are a select few who are definetly in or out and the majority of people are on the border. How quickly things can change if you are no longer in for 6 weeks. Inner Circle PowerPoint Personal Connection #2 Reflection pre-reading I connect to this section Because I will stay after school later to partake in after school activities such as sports and deca all through out the year. all of these have their own inner circle that i juggle all year. I do all of these because it is better than being myself at home. Even though it may not be healthy for me. Personal Connection #1 Questions Answered What triggers people to strive to be apart of certain inner circles? What makes one Inner circle better than the other? How does personality affect what inner circle people want to be apart of? add logo here
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