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We are engaging with the Lost Boys of Sudan on a greatly needed piece of research on the Value of Values Program that empowers an individual to survive and then thrive after war and trauma. Values…Continue
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Note: Full Paper In link attachment below OverviewThis paper is designed to map out a time of productive goals, learning research for Richard Close's Master's in Instructional Design at Full Sail…Continue
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NGO Overview: Founder of Chrysalis Campaign, Inc. Developed poverty empowerment learning programs in the U.S. and Africa. Creator of “I am Africa. This is my story…” digital storytelling education social network and workshop development program seed funded by UNESCO Power of Peace Network. As acting Education Director of Bridgeport Rescue Mission, develops men’s and women’s education strategic plan, cyber classrooms, mission curriculum, Web2.0 digital library and courses based on UNESCO/WHO Life Skills outline. Photographed and wrote three digital books for not for profit organizations. Board member of Community Outreach Center, Danbury CT.
Corp. Overview: 16 years Chrysalis Marketing specializing in business development marketing and learning product development. This includes strategic work for Microsoft Certification program, built first profitable U.S. technology center Netlan Technology Center in New York City. Clients have included: IBM, Microsoft, MCI, Digital, Oracle, Global Knowledge, Sun Computers and numerous eLearning companies. Industry experience in IT, education and not for profit industries.
Speaker Consultant: Programs include internal webinar speaker on poverty and Web 2.0 community development, developer of the Global Learning Framework. Blogged in international cyber communities, Twitter and LinkedIn international network of over 1,500 education and NGO learners. Developer of African youth workshops on digital empowerment seeds by UNESCO. Author of three digital photography donation books on U.S. and African poverty.
Skills: Business development, education technologies, Internet community development, Web 2.0 education learning methods, urban adult learning, community learning centers, life skills, curriculum development, marketing, brand development, industry analysis, press relations, instructor Digital Literacy, author, blogger and speaker.
Webinar 4/24/14 Adult Learning A Training Guide of Theory & Methods Learning Revolution Conference
- Finding useful tools in the revolution and conflicts within Adult Learning…
We have two adult learning educational projects for US and Nigerian poor. Both have students with generational experiences of tragic abuse and violence. Yet both with remarkable opportunities of transformation.
The topic of gaming comes up in these programs. And some of my collaboration with the NLP world haunts me. It seems to me that education gaming is either a transformational experience or simply repeats an old behavior (like revenge,…Continue