Learning Inventory Winter 2016-17 (Week 1 (Build Your Resume :star: …
Learning Inventory Winter 2016-17
Build Your Resume :star:
~Professional Development (Briefing Papers ect.)
~Skills: Powtoon, Wix ect.
Change your thinking about your work: Advocate for Foster Youth
Everything you read is subjective
~Read Preface, Read Intro, and Read Conclusion before body of the book
~Practice writing everyday
Who experiences the consequences of our biases?
Many Many Questions
~What is the cost of the status quo? :star:
~Do we have permission to innovate?
~Why are we so specialized? Is it necessary?
~Where do we want to be?
Telling organization theory as stories to make them more engaging (example: The Starfish and the Spider)
When looking at theory ask questions: What are they arguing?, What are they assuming?, and What are they asking?
Terminology is complicated-What does unsubstantiated mean? How is that decided? How does an average citizen find that out in simple language?
Public trust and perception of public administrators
"We've been raised that we have to be given permission to be critical thinkers."-Amy G.
All the texts read have assumptions about human nature and democracy. Look at the assumptions that books make. What do they take as a given?