Issue No. 111
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|* Expanding networks of
* National Conference on Volunteering and Service
* Tutor/Mentor Leadership and Networking event - Nov. 19 in Chicago
* Interest in connecting via Google?
* Visualization of ideas and strategies
* Volunteer Mobilization for August/September
* President's Message - Enough is Enough
|Expanding Networks of Support for Young People
This map shows the people I met and workshops I attended on June 18 when I attended the National Conference on Volunteering and Service in Chicago.
See actual NCVS 2012 concept map - http://tinyurl.com/TMI-NCVS2012map
I wrote about my experiences in blog articles like this. http://tutormentor.blogspot.com/2012/06/mapping-ncvs-and-moving-to-august.html Click here to find materials from the the National Conference. http://www.volunteeringandservice.org/session-materials.cfm
My purpose is
to connect with others who focus on the same issues.
This Drop Out Conference
concept map is an example of how maps can be used to connect different
Through this newsletter and several web sites I share information that others can use to support the growth of volunteer-based tutor/mentor programs in their own communities. My purpose is also to encourage people who are leading or supporting programs in Chicago and other cities to connect with me and each other in events I organize, such as the May and November Tutor/Mentor Leadership and Networking Conferences. http://www.tutormentorconference.org
The goal is to stimulate on-going learning and actions that dramatically increase the flow of volunteers, dollars, ideas and other needed resources directly to all of the organizations in Chicago and other cities working to help youth move from birth to work and adult roles.
Support your organization's learning with this library of on-line
Tools and Resources for
Student Motivation, Interaction, Collaboration, and Assessment
Read about Massive Online Organized Learning (MOOC) - http://tutormentor.blogspot.com/2012/04/navigating-information-overload-moocs.html
|Connect with tutor/mentor program leaders - November 19, 2012, Chicago
Thank you to everyone who attended the June 14, 2012 conference hosted by the Social Justice Council of First Unitarian Church in Chicago. The conference was co-organized by Becoming We the People. See slide show.
Image created by Tutor/Mentor Connection
Next conference November 19 at Metcalfe
Federal Building in Chicago.
|New Visualizations Help Show Growth of Networks
Since 2006 Interns from IIT and other Universities have worked with Tutor/Mentor Connection to build their own understanding of T/MC strategies and ideas and to create new visualizations that share these ideas. This work continued in May-June 2012 under the Tutor/Mentor Institute, LLC umbrella.
During the May-June 2012 Internship one student created Social Network Analysis Maps showing the growth of the Tutor/Mentor Connection network on Ning.com from 3 people in 1997 to 417 people by May 2012. The graphics above are part of presentations you can view at http://tinyurl.com/TMI-SNA-2012-Mina and http://tinyurl.com/TMI-SNA-2012-Park
In addition, a second student created a series of five essays to introduce the Tutor/Mentor Connection and describe each step of the four-part strategy.
T/MC Introduction : http://prezi.com/lt6msdiwtxf-/tmc-intro/
4-Part Strategy - Pt 1 : http://prezi.com/lxqtellgyhpd/1st-/
4-Part Strategy - Pt 2 : http://prezi.com/rm5plphjyds5/2nd/
4-Part Strategy - Pt 3 : http://prezi.com/vzfrfvhdvvnb/3rd/
4-Part Strategy Pt 4 : http://prezi.com/lrfhrmqdpdaa/4th/
This page shows
additional projects done by interns in the past.
|Volunteer Mobilization for Start of 2012-13 school year
Since 2002 this recruitment campaign has
been on the Internet.
If you're writing stories to support Back-to-School Volunteer Recruitment, share them with us and each other on Facebook, Twitter, Linked in. Include the links below in your stories.
* MENTOR resources
and referral service -
|ENOUGH is ENOUGH - Become Part of the Solution
by Daniel F. Bassill
hope you'll take a look at the Social Network Analysis graphics that
our May-June 2012 interns created. These are intended to
show how the number of people working together to support a cause
grows because of the intentional efforts of many people.
As you do I also encourage you to form "learning circles" in schools, businesses, faith groups, etc. Read the articles in the Tutor/Mentor Institute, LLC library and on our blogs. Follow the links to even more information and ideas that you can use to expand your own involvement in strategies that are needed in many places and for many years.
Read more about ways of working
In November I'll be hosting a fall
Tutor/Mentor Leadership and Networking Conference. Please help.
* Support the Tutor/Mentor Institute - This describes the
information platform we're trying to build and ways you can be a
sponsor, partner and/or benefactor -
Thank you for reading.
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Daniel F. Bassill, D.H.L
Tutor/Mentor Institute, LLC
and Tutor/Mentor Connection
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