Wednesday, April 08, 2009
Subject: WakarUSA NextSteps as "Social Responsibility Pathfinders" ::
Wetlands Survival Preparedness "Ancient Voices" (9408am)
For over 50 years (195x-2009), I've been seeking ALL-WinWin actionable distilled insights (thinkLets) that could be easily shared with next generation "Agile Leaders" to neutralize cumulative effects of Zero-Sum Game (C4I = Art of War) manifest destiny myths!
As a Praire Passage Pathfinder, I began by adapting prior "lessons learned" to help my daughters envision sustainable wellbeing (LIFE, Liberty and pursuit of happiness) ... I discovered that my "near peer" Kansas Supreme Court (KSC) Justice Bob-RL Gernon was pursuing a similar path with both his daughters upon my return to the Kaw Valley (2004).
What was the uncommon denominator we shared as KU B-School undergraduates and hyperactive collaborative members of the same Windmill Hill social fraternity?
So, I began to adapt "CyberCrime Fighting" social network analysis (memetic research skills) to help empower PREsponse Systems Thinking (Be Aware or Beware). The results of adapting MnSCU-iTeach 2002 "Blended Visual Learning" is our group decision support systems i4CQuest model that was inspired by this "Affirmation of INTERdependence"
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MentorshipART of Peace (MAoP) perspectives:
MnIPS - 2001-2002 Past Events
"A Practitioner's Perspective on CyberCrime Fighting".
Bob Burkhart (LCdr USNR-Ret.) will share case studies showing how fast-track deployment methods ...www.mnips.org/events/2001-02/index.html - Cached - Similar pages
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“A Practitioner's Perspective on. CyberCrime Fighting” at the Minnesota. Information Professional Society's monthly ...www.mnips.org/news/2001-02/MnIPS-Feb-2002-Newsletter.pdf - Similar pages More results from www.mnips.org »
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Subject: Children & Nature Lecture, April 1st
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April is Children & Nature Awareness Month!
Cheryl Charles,president of the Children & Nature Network, will present a free community lecture from 7-9 p.m. on Wednesday, April 1, in the Lawrence Free State High School auditorium, 4700 Overland Drive, Lawrence, Kan. Dr. Charles was the keynote speaker for the 2007 Kansas Environmental Education Conference.Emprise Bank, Lawrence Public Schools, the Lawrence Schools Foundation and Douglas County Community Foundation are sponsoring the event.
The Children & Nature Network has as its goal to confront the growing gap between children and nature and to reverse that trend within five years.
In an interview with EdNews.org, Dr. Charles said the organization's aim is "to re-connect children and nature, in their daily lives-where they live, play, go to school, and any place else they may be-with frequency, variety, and safety."
"Dr. Charles offers a message about children and their curiosityabout nature that connects well with our school district's wellness initiative and with our curricular standards.
Her work nationally with communities will be beneficial to all community groups who are interested in promoting more outdoor learning opportunities for the children of Douglas County," said Bruce Passman, USD 497 deputy superintendent.See the complete USD 497 Press ReleaseOutside for a Better Inside - Nature Education Summit Video
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