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Detail Learning Plan  

The basic project for the students:

16 week course for young adults to enter the work force Each week = 7 hours/day 5 days a week

0.0 Starting your learning Using morning messages to start the day

Start the class by first breaking up the class into teams of 6-9 people.  The learning will progress in order of starting at unit 1.0 thru 9.0.  The team members are to read the FLIP pages prior to the class.  The goal is to get the students to begin self-learning.  When looking at the FLIP learning, it is best to have a learning buddy studying with you. 

Begin each training session with a Video that explains the lesson  

 
1.0  Take charge of your learning

 

week 1

 Encouraging students to take charge of their learning

Ice Breaker ...   Marshmallow project (Begin our thoughts on the problem to be solved)

Brain Plasticity (Mindset)

Community (Society)  Business Foundation
Non-Verbal Communication My Appearances
Study Habits  
 2.0 Your strengths & Attitude

 

week 2

 

Valuing yourself, attitude, confidence, Social & Emotional learning, your goals

FLIP     About You 

Your Strength Life Goals
Attitude Ownership, Our Brand
SEL (Social & Emotional Learning) Questioning  (See below)
3.0 Forming teams

 

week 3, 4

 Setting community values, norms

see forming team-work-2 handbook above

Flip learning page

Charter (Purpose, Rules, Structure, Community authorization, Goals)  Culture ( Values, Norms, Rituals, Beliefs, Moral Compass)
Similar Teams Coaching Support
Quality Processing Measurements
 

4.0  Cognitive Tool kit for Corporate Design

 

 

Week 5,6,7

 

Project Management, Process, Customer focus, Measurements, Communication, Questioning 

FLIP  Tools

Planning/ Gannet charts Info-Mapping, Process mapping
Process Design & Simplification Community Skills
Time Management Communication Tools
Learning Process Digital Literacy:  Integrating skills using digital skills
Problem Solving Using Technology Computer and Mobile Device Interactions Basic Tools (e.g., Email, Word Processing)  Data Security and Safety Data Ethics

Catalogues of work activities  Project Management

  • developing a shared mission and objectives,

  • organizing work, planning and follow-up

  • developing competencies,

  • driving innovation, customer needs

  • coordinating with others teams

  •  managing performance— measurements

 

5.0

 

week 8,9

a) Picking a project ...  b)  Requirements & Measurements

 

Flip Problem framing, Design

Framing the problem Requirement
5 Whys Root Cause analysis
6.0

 

week 10,11,12

Problem solving process...  another design process  Circular design

 

Flip:  Problem-Solving

Divergent/ Convergent Thinking Critical Thinking
Brain Storming Creative Thinking
System Thinking Decision Making
Magical Thinking Innovation ... making things better
7.0

 

week 13

Testing:   Testing and Reflection 

FLIP: Testing

Reflection What have we learned?
Evaluation of the Design  
8.0

 

week 14,15

Public reporting and feedback

FLIP:  Reporting

Presentation, Elevator Pitch Meta-Cognition
Listening Feedback to future Teams
9.0

 

week 16

Follow-up refresher Monthly meeting's/ Mentoring
1 year industry mentoring Life Coaching/ Reflection... child care, housing, transportation
Training plan for companies to support their new employees

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