For the past couple of years we've been working on the Kent Dementia Friendly Communities project. Covering the whole of Kent the project has inspired local community projects and dementia action alliances to form. The past few months we've been hard at work creating a website that captures all the activity that has happened under the Kent Dementia Friendly Communities project. The website quietly went live a few weeks ago and we wanted to share it on here: www.dementiafriendlykent.org.uk The site is not finished, in the future we hope it will be updated by the local alliances and project teams to continue to share the work they are doing, inspiring other communities along the way. We're still editing and adding to the site so if anyone has any comments please do get in touch.
Transition Town Totnes - Bringing people together to build a future beyond oilBrains, Behavior & DesignThese reference cards are helpful when becoming familiar with basic behavioral economics concepts. This tool is by no means a complete or comprehensive collection of all behavioral economics concepts; they are a selection meant to provide enough depth and coverage to help establish a foundation. Terms on the reference cards are categorized into four decision-making factors and four decision-making shortcuts. Each category includes an index card that provides an overview of the category and suggestions for related design strategies. Introduction to Reference Cards All Reference Cards top
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BBC Learning Design ToolkitYou can find links to the BBC learning design toolkit and booklet below: Learning Design Introductory Booklet Learning Design Toolkit Cards Towards the end of 2008 we began to realise that whilst learning was changing all around us, ways of thinking and behaving were not. Mindful of some big projects on the horizon, we decided that we should look again at learning – considering it afresh - and as an experience rather than a set of conventions. The research method was unconventional: we wanted insights into the lives of our learners; the things that had affected them most deeply, and into the resources and techniques that they use informally – strategies which are integrated into their everyday lives. The research used a number of in-depth techniques: interviews with experts, one, two and three week diaries. Based on our findings we began the construction of the Learning Design Toolkit – an iterative process involving a range of people over a period of some months.
World Simulation - Simgua Live (Beta)The Group Works Card Deck | Group WorksGet It Now The printed deck is available now for US $35 per deck (plus shipping), or US $25 per deck if you order 10 or more decks. You can also view and download PDFs of the full deck and booklet free of charge. What's Included: The Group Works card deck is designed to support your process as a group convenor, planner, facilitator, or participant. The deck consists of 91 full-colour 3.5" x 5.25" cards (plus a few blanks to add your own patterns), a five-panel explanatory insert, and an accompanying booklet explaining the purpose and history of the project and suggesting uses for the cards in group process work. Each card is laid out as follows: How to Use the Cards Ideas for how to use the deck are limited only by your imagination. gamesteaching activitiesevent planning and preparationpost-event debriefing, analysis and reflectionintuitive guidancepersonal study toolsharing responsibility for a well-run meetingexploring intersections among varied facilitation methods Community Questions?
Pour penser et agir autrement : La prospectiveFacilitation Card DecksEdit: February, 2014. If you are interested in facilitation decks, see also these posts: Edit: January 6, 2012 – Just out, this great deck on process patterns. groupworksdeck.org – I’ll be blogging about them soon, but want to attach this URL to this blog post as it seems to get a lot of hits! I love things you can touch and play with when facilitating face to face. I have a stack of different card decks that have been created for various purposes that I use. IDEO Method Cards I’ve been using these cards for years and in almost every way except as design method cards. When I need to help a group jump out of a rut or jumpstart thinking, we pull out the images and do word association just to get the mental juices going. The cards themselves are expensive ($49 USD). What’s Your Story These larger format, beautiful cards by Corban & Blair are very simple. The Mingle New on the scene for me are these card sets from Parallax Consulting.
Our Human Development InitiativeSustainable human development will occur when all humans can have fulfilling lives without degrading the planet. This, we believe, is the ultimate goal. Two leading indicators have identified how we can get there. Ecological Footprint data tells us that, given current population and available land area, an Ecological Footprint of less than 1.8 global hectares per person makes a country’s resource demands globally replicable. The United Nations’ Human Development Index (HDI)—which measures a country’s average achievements in the areas of health, knowledge, and standard of living—tells us that an HDI higher than 0.8 is considered “high human development.” Combining these two indicators gives clear minimum conditions for sustainable human development and shows how much more we need to “think inside the box.” (Build your own development index using UNDP's suite of indicators) Despite growing commitments to sustainable development, most countries today do not meet both minimum requirements.
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