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1 Lessons to action

2 MASKS of Introductions and Expectations Check OUTSIDEINSIDE 3 WORDS that describe how other people see you. 2 WORDS that describe your expectations of the BLDC 1 NAME you want us to call you by 2 WORDS that describe what you can contribute to the workshop 1 thing about yourself that others may not know but can help us with getting to work better during the workshop

3 Course Objectives Offer a holistic perspective on transformative leadership Share, learn, apply, critique content and process of conventional leadership models Enhance skills and attitudes on processes that support transformative leadership Enhance gender awareness and sensitivity with a context of cultural and regional diversity Engage with each other on shared goals Give opportunities for engaging in mutual learning process Gain a better understanding of, and develop a commitment to ASPBAE

4 (8) COMMUNITIES and Social Change RECIPROCAL (11) Building and Sustaining Networks (other stakeholders and broader contexts) Individual & Organizational, Development Process (10) Becoming Learning Organizations (9) Educators as a Leaders (2) Adult Learning Practice (3) The Asia-Pacific Context(s) PART 1B: APPLICATION (AL in Practice) (7) Local Community Visits to examine the ff: (a) Local AL Practice (b) Frameworks of AL Practice (c) Organizational Dimension of AL Practice ON-GOING RESEARCH PROCESS STARTING POINT (1)Acquaintance, Expectations and Orientation (2a) Most Significant Adult Learning Change Story (2b) Principles of Adult Learning (3) Contexts of Practice PART 1A: FRAMEWORKS (4) Rights-based Approach to Education & Development (5) Gender and Lifelong Learning (& Mainstreaming) (6) Education for Sustainability CHANGES CONTEXTUALISED PART 2:

5 Global Regional (8) COMMUNITIES and Social Change Local RECIPROCAL (11) Building and Sustaining Networks (other stakeholders and broader contexts) Individual & Organizational, Development Process (10) Becoming Learning Organizations (9) Educators as a Leaders (2) Adult Learning Practice (3) The Asia-Pacific Context(s) APPLICATION (AL in Practice) (7) Local Community Visits to examine the ff: (a) Local AL Practice (b) Frameworks of AL Practice (c) Organizational Dimension of AL Practice ON-GOING RESEARCH PROCESS STARTING POINT (1)Acquaintance, Expectations and Orientation (2)Most Significant Adult Learning Story (3)Context Adult Learning Practice FRAMEWORKS (4) Rights-based Approach to Education & Development (5) Gender and Lifelong Learning (& Mainstreaming) (6) Education for Sustainability CHANGES CONTEXTUALISED PART 3: Policy Advocacy Skills: (12) IT for Advocacy; (13) Working with the Media PART 4: (14) Policy Platforms: ASPBAE and EFA (15) Lessons to Actions: Synthesis and Evaluation

6 Cut and paste in the blue space 1 or 2 photographs that helps to capture this MOST SIGNIFICANT CHANGE that your organization’s adult education work has contributed to. For example it could be a photo of one of the learners or a group of learners, a photo of a project that was the outcome of a workshop, a very innovative learning activity that resulted in some change in the community, etc. Bring a digital copy or the hard copy of the photo.

7 Replace this text with your name and contact details REPLACE THE TEXT BELOW WITH THE FOLLOWING: (adjust text size not smaller than 12 points) What was the most significant change? Describe the previous situation, issue or problem that was being addressed. Summarise the steps that contributed to achieving this most significant change. What specific adult learning activities were conducted? Describe who were involved in the change? How did you and your organization specifically contribute to this most significant change? How did you and your organization specifically contribute to this most significant change? REPLACE THIS TEXT WITH SOME OF THE INFORMATION YOU SENT IN YOUR INTRODUCTORY Briefly introduce yourself. Briefly introduce your organization, the goals and objectives and don't forget to mention the particular role you play within the organization. Brief expectations from the BLDC Workshop

8 Replace this text with your name and contact details REPLACE THE TEXT BELOW WITH THE FOLLOWING: (adjust text size not smaller than 12 points) What was the most significant change? Describe the previous situation, issue or problem that was being addressed. Summarise the steps that contributed to achieving this most significant change. What specific adult learning activities were conducted? Describe who were involved in the change? How did you and your organization specifically contribute to this most significant change? How did you and your organization specifically contribute to this most significant change? REPLACE THIS TEXT WITH SOME OF THE INFORMATION YOU SENT IN YOUR INTRODUCTORY Briefly introduce yourself. Briefly introduce your organization, the goals and objectives and don't forget to mention the particular role you play within the organization. Brief expectations from the BLDC Workshop

9 EMERGENT KNOWLEDGE PARADIGM SHIFT NEW UNDERSTANDING Double Loop Learning or Transformative Learning

10 EMERGENT KNOWLEDGE PARADIGM SHIFT NEW UNDERSTANDING

11 My Daily Journal Individual reflections about the day’s activities, discussions, and readings Opportunity to identify key insights (AHA! moments) but also hanging questions for further discussion. YELLOW Journal entries are for Anonymous Posting to SHARE REFLECTIONS AND INSIGHTS.

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13 Who are we? We are self-directed learners and come from a wide range of backgrounds, skills, knowledge and experiences as adult educators. We have very diverse adult learning contexts. But there are shared themes and regional challenges. We have the commitment towards transformative and empowering adult learning practice,with the firm belief in the right for all to learn, especially the most marginalized sectors.

14 EMERGENT KNOWLEDGE PARADIGM SHIFT NEW UNDERSTANDING

15 WHO WILL WE BECOME ?? How do others see you?- Poster ????

16 Replace this text with your name and contact details REPLACE THE TEXT BELOW WITH THE FOLLOWING: (adjust text size not smaller than 12 points) What was the most significant change? Describe the previous situation, issue or problem that was being addressed. Summarise the steps that contributed to achieving this most significant change. What specific adult learning activities were conducted? Describe who were involved in the change? How did you and your organization specifically contribute to this most significant change? How did you and your organization specifically contribute to this most significant change? REPLACE THIS TEXT WITH SOME OF THE INFORMATION YOU SENT IN YOUR INTRODUCTORY Briefly introduce yourself. Briefly introduce your organization, the goals and objectives and don't forget to mention the particular role you play within the organization. Brief expectations from the BLDC Workshop

17 In pairs share where you want to be Write a postcard to each other to remind each other of the commitments they have made to you.

18 Formal evaluation


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