• #Journey: Digital Empowerment

    We envision this Journey of Digital Empowerment as a series of 5 quests that begin with the personal relationship to the internet, moving into geographical and online communities, encouraging the creation of new community narratives, and then exploration of personally relevant topics supported by newly formed community connections. Rather than a strictly linear progression, these quests are designed to allow for increasing agency for the player as they move through, with the final quests facilitating a number of possible threads that the woman can choose to continue on her own personal journey.

    narrative: We journey through an urban landscape having separate Quest experiences, each an encounter with different individuals who share their stories about new things they’ve done using the Internet. Each shared story represents an unlocked possibility. Together with them we proceed through challenges, eventually finding our way to the next Quest, where they hand us off to our next Quest companions. Movement towards the center of this landscape should represent movement towards power our lives (rather than moving from traditional to modern).

    narrative themes: rewriting the narrative of the self/community/world, the seamlessness (vs. conflict) of the traditional and the “modern”, discovering new landscapes both dangerous and exciting/promising, connecting to others (who in many ways are future/current versions of yourself), reinventing/expanding the reach of your voice/language/text, movement from the margins to the center (we have to be careful there - so should be more in the sense of having power over your own life)

    critical engagement outcome: Capability and desire to design an online self into their current lives using digital tools to opportunistically construct and pursue future possibilities.

    dispositional threads: digital literacies (Internet/online and apps/offline), critical media literacy, building and representing selves, connecting with and leveraging communities, building future possibilities, rewriting the narrative of the self, enhancing or limiting opportunities

  • Quest 0: Prequel

    The prequel is a brief introduction to the program. The main goal is to overview the skills that will be acquired, the connections made, the possibilities they can unlock within various life areas, and very simply how to access the platform.

    [narrative: Portal outside password wall, possibly a website with similar look/feel, meant to drive traffic to the platform itself. One inspiration, in the sense that it dramatizes Minecraft and gives some sense of the experience. Or a low bandwidth version of Big History Project portal]

    role: Curious adventurer (potential participant seeking connection)
    consequentiality: Understands generally the importance of the Internet, what it can do for them, and where SWC can take them.
    target skills: internet and technology awareness, platform awareness, gaining access to a computer, computer basics


    Notes
    Perhaps we present the question - Why does this matter to me?

    Group of images of girls and women - click on them to see/hear/watch their stories about how SWC helped them.

  • Note: This document is out of date, go here for the most up to date:
    Google Doc: https://docs.google.com/a/asu.edu/document/d/1PVMYJLVJCi4ZmLuWFOpknA87X-_2nndprJyMyVxf3GU/edit#heading=h.1kg5h51ek1pe

  • Quest 1: Representing Self

    [This Quest focuses on development of an online identity, beginning with the player’s Self. How do I relate to the digital world? What does it mean to create a profile, how does my real-world identity differ or remain the same as my online identity? What are the safety issues I need to be aware of when sharing my personal information?

    narrative: We are in the outskirts of a nameless metropolis. We encounter a pal who guides us through the streets of the city to various locations, providing us a safe but exciting onramp into the digital world. She hands us off to a group of women in the end.]

    role: Internet initiate, traveller’s apprentice
    target skills: basic search, basic information literacy, navigation, online ethics, personal safety/ sharing, digital composition
    consequentiality: Ability to appraise the ways digital tools act as accelerators and decelerators of my life goals.
    consequential deliverable: Assemble and reflect on toolkit that will help you grow a happy and healthy digital self in productive ways.

  • Quest 2: Exploring Communities

    This quest invites the you to explore real-world and virtual communities to understand the commonalities, differences, and ways communities can help you achieve your goals. You will investigate a variety of web resources with a focus on critically evaluating informational sources, building community connections, and connecting your interests to online communities.

    narrative: We are handed off to a group of women who introduce us to the idea of being part of a community in a digital world. They take turns explaining concepts to us and walking us through deliverables. Each represents one of the life areas from Q4 in terms of the ways that digital media has helped them to accomplish their goals and they take turns for each of the missions in this quest.
    role: Internet explorer
    target skills: information literacy (identify credible sites, using maps, encyclopedic research), Internet apps, intro to word processing
    consequentiality: Ability to differentiate among online communities and appraise their value for furthering my goals.
    consequential deliverable: Utilize Community Toolkit to join the World Pulse community and make a posting about the place of online communities in furthering your life goals

  • Quest 3: Creating and Sharing

    So far we have been mostly consuming and examining others’ stories, and now it is time to tell our own community’s stories; these might support, add to, our counter narratives of our community we encountered in the previous Quest. Communicating a story can take a number of forms from a simple text or email to a story, video, or song. Players will explore the process of creation, the tools available to them, and how to share their story with others. Players are now familiar with the World Pulse Community and will use the community as a source of inspiration and collaboration in sharing their story.

    [Despite Alan’s feedback, I still like using the concept of a story to refer to al kinds of messages. The point is that every message and interaction online tells a story of some kind, so someone who is digitally empowered should have the agency to construct and manage those stories. That’s at the heart of digital media in may ways. The lasting message is to ask yourself “What story does this tell” about every aspect of your presentation of self, online and offline.]

    role: Storyteller
    target skills: research, story writing, revising, communicating with an audience, digital photography, word processing, blogging, social media
    consequentiality: Ability to leveraging digital and personal resources to create creative content to advance an agenda.
    consequential deliverable: Toolkit for creating and broadcasting a story/message safely and effectively.

  • Quest 4: Sampling Possibilities

    The quest brings the newly connected players back to their own lives/selves with new eyes. Players will explore ways applying their current and future digital skills and connections - and digital media and the Internet more generally - to specific aspects of their lives in transformative ways. This quest is a series of moments illustrating through user stories how these skills can be taken forward. The connecting thread is building the ability to imagine, build, and advance the agendas of their various selves; players will document these possibilities throughout the Quest.

    [note: How can we better relate what is introduced in Q4 into Q5? Reorganization? Possibly the content diving trajectory and mostly a good narrative will create continuity. The NPCs that appear in here have been introduced throughout the previous Quests and these life areas were introduced in Q1 and reinforced along the way. By now the user has done quite a bit of thinking around the areas and specific goals within them.]

    narrative: As we near the city’s center after a journey through new places, we reach places that feel more familiar; a health clinic, a school, market, etc. NPC’s from previous quests appear again to tell stories of digital empowerment.

    role: Time traveller
    target skills: General domain specific literacies, networking, intro to PowerPoint, intermediate application literacy, critical thinking and problem solving
    consequentiality: Examine using digital skills and literacies in different aspects of their lives to advance their own agendas.
    consequential deliverable: Goals map with different life areas, strengths within them, and how to advance agendas within them through digital tools.

  • Quest 5: Realizing Opportunities

    This final designed quest serves as a springboard to partner content. Starting with a reflection on the journey thus far as a way to examine growth and new skills developed, we then encourage exploration of additional content areas (new threads) created by partners and eventually including community created content. These are intended to inspire Future Possibilities and achievable goals that you can accomplish with your new skills and literacies.

    • note: the initial quests are for everyone, then players choose a track to follow. Players may come back to explore additional tracks.

    narrative: We arrive at the main city square and encounter (or are guided there by) the woman from Q1. There are many streets that branch out from there and we are free to choose one. She guides us down the one we choose and introduces us to the partner organization/NPC we will focus on.

    role: Digitally empowered explorer
    consequentiality: Evaluating ways to leverage digital literacies in our life through a deep dive into a specific area of digital literacy.
    consequential deliverable: Roadmap/toolkit for leveraging learning within your own life, in SWC or your own community as a mentor, and to connect with additional content.
    target skills: Intermediate domain specific literacy, networking, application literacy, critical thinking, and problem solving

  • Q0M1: Introduction to the opportunity

    concept: The value of the Internet and this curriculum

  • Q0M2: Connecting with the program

    concept: For those who need it, how do they gain access to the platform

  • Q1: Narrative Before Starting Quest

    Note: This should happen as soon as the quest is begun.

  • Q1M0: Accepting the challenge

    Join the platform and get started

    concept: Demonstrate ability to utilize best practices in account creation for beginning this Journey
    conceptual deliverable: Membership in SWC platform/community

  • Q1M1: Introduction to the Internet and digital media

    concept: Introduction to the opportunities digital media presents in your life
    conceptual deliverable: Chart of types of digital media and their potential benefits to different life areas
    narrative notes: NPCs: I felt like I was stuck in my roles, realized I could use this place to gain new possibilities and opportunities

  • Q1M2: What is a digital life?

    So far, you have explored digital tools, the ways they can be used to improve your life, and your own life goals. Part of the lesson is that, in the end, computers and the Internet are just tools we use to further our goals. Next you will look at the paths people take to accomplish goals online. You will use this knowledge to plan one path for yourself to follow in pursuit of your own goals.

    Mandisa felt like she was stuck in her roles as student and mother without opportunity to advance herself, then realized she could use digital tools to gain new possibilities and opportunities.

    concept: Explore what someone’s life looks like online and reflect on what yours can look like.
    conceptual deliverable: Digital self/footprint roadmap

  • Q1M3: Creating your own safe digital identity

    [NPC] had to think carefully about the choices she made along the way. She found out from small mistakes and also successes that making smart and careful decisions is important to access the opportunities of the Internet.

    concept: Demonstrate principles of online safety
    conceptual deliverable: Digital safety checklist + make posting in SWC community summarizing work so far

  • Q1M4: Connecting to what interests you

    concept: Explore possibilities of online interests and communication
    conceptual deliverable: Create an email about ways digital media can connect you to your interests

  • Q1Boss: Assemble your digital self toolkit

    Assemble and reflect on toolkit that will you grow a happy and healthy digital self in productive ways, avoiding pitfalls and leveraging opportunities.

    Create a convincing story of what you will be able to accomplish using digital tools and showing how you will safely represent yourself online

    consequential realization: Appraise the ways digital tools can act as accelerators and decelerators of your life goals.

  • Q2M1: What is my community’s online identity?

    concept: Examining the utility and credibility of online sources about user’s community
    conceptual deliverable: Post about using searches and maps to understand the place of your physical communities online

  • Q2M2: Are there geographical communities like mine?

    concept: Discovering other geographical communities as life possibilities
    conceptual deliverable: Create a possibilities journal around communities than can further life goals

  • Q2M3: Community in online spaces

    concept: Opportunities and issues of participation in online communities (and online communication generally)
    conceptual deliverable: Create an Online Community Member checklist

  • Q2M4: Online communities I can connect to

    concept: Discovering online communities as life possibilities
    conceptual deliverable: Create a table of online communities and how they can further your goals.

  • Q2Boss: Assemble and use your digital connection toolkit (Joining World Pulse)

    Join World Pulse and post about specific ways World Pulse and other communities can further life goals

    consequential realization: Appraise the value of online communities for furthering life goals

  • Q3M1: Finding a story/message

    Stories are explicitly understood as anything from a quick tweet to a StoryCorps style story
    concept: Identifying community messages that are important on the Internet
    conceptual deliverable: Create and use chart/checklist to choose a topic then vet with SWC/WorldPulse community.

  • Q3M2: Creating your story/message

    concept: Engaging in the process of digital creation.
    conceptual deliverable: Revised message/story

  • Q3M3: Publishing your story/message

    concept: Enhancing and publishing stories through digital photography, video, and blogging.
    conceptual deliverable: Optimized and published story

  • Q3M4: Spreading your story/message

    Media Campaign (Social Media and World Pulse)

    concept: Leveraging social media to extend the reach of stories.
    conceptual deliverable: Stories posted around the central story

  • Q3Boss: Assemble digital sharing toolkit and reflect

    Reflection on the takeaway lessons from this Quest about online (and offline) sharing and creation.

    consequential realization: Appraise the value of well constructed messages and creative content for furthering goals.

  • Q4M0: My life areas

    note: This whole quest needs to be more dynamic and varied, connecting to SWV community more - but there is so much content to cover, it needs to be thought through carefully]

    concept: Understanding key life areas that can be impacted through digital literacies/tools
    conceptual deliverable: PowerPoint to serve as tool for documenting digital media within life areas throughout Quest

  • Q4M1: Personal

    concept: Revisiting and expanding ways the Internet can connect to personal interests and needs
    conceptual deliverable: PowerPoint section on personal interests

  • Q4M2: Work

    concept: Exploring ways to leverage technology to generate income and careers
    conceptual deliverable: PowerPoint section laying out work possibilities and general pathways

  • Q4M3: Home

    concept: Exploring ways to benefit family/household well-being through technology
    conceptual deliverable: PowerPoint section with plans for improving home management

  • Q4M4: Community

    concept: Exploring ways to leverage technology to better connect with your immediate community
    conceptual deliverable: PowerPoint section on community

  • Q4Boss: Use your toolkit for advancing an agenda

    Finalize PowerPoint by linking strengths and opportunities in life areas to the skills/literacies acquired throughout this journey and beyond.

    consequential realization: Appraise the value digital tools for furthering specific agendas within your life.

  • Q5M1: A Look Back

    concept: Reflecting on learning throughout the Journey and making a plan for a deep dive.
    conceptual deliverable: Plan and timeline for a deep dive into a track

  • Q5 Track A: Employment

  • Q5 Track B: Entrepreneurship

  • Q5 Track C: Health

  • Q5 Track D: Financial Literacy

  • Q5 Track E: Continuing My Education

  • Q5Boss: Spinning New Threads (all tracks)

    concept: Demonstrate new literacies through stories, commit to becoming a mentor, and explore new opportunities
    consequential realization: Commitment to leveraging literacies in your lifeworld

  • Q0M1C1: What is the internet and why should I care?

    • Images and brief text vignettes/quotes on specific things to achieve
  • Q0M1C2: What types of skills will I develop?

    • Highlighting some specific skills to take you there
    • Listing of many skills
  • Q0M1C3: Whose story began like my own?

    • A few narrative cases of success stories
  • Q0M1C4: How do I unlock new possibilities?

    • Specific ways in those success stories that new possibilities were opened through digital tools/literacies
  • Q0M1C5: With whom will I travel?

    • Overview of the narrative
    • Overview of the platform
  • Q0M0C1 (Optional): Finding a computer in your community

    • Possible places to find a computer
    • Interface to search for a telecentre, library, wired postoffice, etc.
    • Using your phone as a modem: activity card
  • Q0M0C2 (Optional)

    Logging in and using the computer (technical basics)

    • Turning the computer on
    • Using a mouse
    • Logging in
    • Starting a web browser
  • Q1NB1: Opening dialogue

    How do I make the most of computers and the Internet? How does who I am in the real world differ or remain the same as who I am online?

    Being online is a journey that is part of your life journey. It opens possibilities that you may not have otherwise. At this point, you may do little online or you may do a lot online, but who you are online is always growing and changing. This is your online identity: the online profiles you create, the way you communicate, everything you do that others see. In this quest, you will think about who you are in online communities and start planning out who you want to be. How will you use the Internet to improve your life?

  • Q1NB2: Introducing the guide

    [Mandisa] is a 26-year-old woman from KwaMashu, near Durban, South Africa. Like her parents, she attended secondary school but never completed. Several years ago, she was a student at a computer training centre, worked part time, and had a young son. She felt overwhelmed by her household responsibilities combined with her work and trying to finish her certification, but she completed her computer certificate and decided to open a business with her skills. She was able to connect with the right people online, find funding, and start a hair salon, which she continues to run and make a living from.

  • Q1M0C0: The narrative of the self

    NPC talks about making sound and intentional decisions to leverage the opportunities of the Internet:

    • She accomplished a specific goal with digital tools: she was unemployed after graduating high school, took this Journey, and now she has her own business.
    • She had to think carefully about the choices she made the way
    • Player needs to decide whether they will take the responsible path on this journey

    process: Making a choice to take safe and intentional action on the Internet

    narrative note:
    NPC guide for this section is a little older, a mentor.

    Need a cast of characters spanning our target age range - each from a different country?

  • Q1M0C1: What makes a good password? What do I do with the password?

    Narrative from NPC:

    • One of the first things is creating a password
    • She describes as one one way a digital life could hinder her life goals if not pursued carefully
    • Examples of non-electric security devices: when you leave you house or drive your car you need to lock the door
    • Ways electronic passwords are used (locking phone, logging into computer, etc)
    • Importance of protecting your password and what can happen - i.e. what is the password protecting:
      • Access my online accounts
      • Steal my money
      • Pretend to be me and hurt my reputation
      • Find out things about me that I don’t want anyone else to know

    process: Learn basics of digital security and importance of good password

    narrative note:
    Narrative with younger girl who is trying to protect her online identity by creating a password. User chooses the girl’s actions and watches the outcome — “What do you think GIRLNPC should do?” etc.

    Based on this resource

  • Q1M0C2: Make an NPC password

    • Narrative setup of GIRLNPC trying to figure out a good password (see Balsamiq mockup)
    • Mini-game to select a strong password
    • Generates a resource: note from GIRLNPC for making a good password

    process: Create a strong password

  • Q1M0C3: Create an account on the platform

    • Go through account creation
    • Choose own password
      • refer back to best practices from C1
      • Create and record credentials
    • Feedback from NPC about password strength

    process: Create account using best practices knowledge

  • Q1M0C4: Accept the challenge of Digital Empowerment

    • Embarking on a Journey, taking the first step
    • Basic tutorial on navigating the curriculum
    • How to Use the Help Guide: Activity card
    • Simple challenge to click the right places to proceed
    • Some action to make final commitment

    process: Assure/gain minimum skills to navigate curriculum

  • Q1M1C1: Benefits of digital media tool

    • NPC reiterates how they used specific tools for certain goals along their pathway to start a business.

    note: Mandisa’s hair salon story - full screen dialog

    • NPC interested in exploring user’s local digital geographies and would like a diagram - since it can show information more clearly.
    • User should create a document that contains the following headings:
      • “Types” of digital media
      • “Actions” young people take with each type of digital media to improve their lives
      • “Your Feelings” about each type of digital media [cut? optional?]
    • Take just a few minutes to fill in what they can (timed task)
    • (Note: This should be within the platform rather than in Word, although that could be an option)

    process: Develop organizer to input benefits of digital tools

  • Q1M1C2: Survey use of digital media and see community results

    • Survey questions on ways they use digital media
    • Way of introducing various forms - should give additional information as needed while taking the survey
      • Computer `
      • Internet
      • Social media
    • Afterwards, statistics revealed on general usage (specific countries).
    • Input forms of digital media from finding into their tool.

    process: Take survey on digital media while learning about it as needed

  • Q1M1C3: Exploring digital media case studies

    • NPC introduces 7 girls who talk about digital media in different ways
    • NPC discusses Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, etc. and ways NPC used them to further her goals (starting her business)
      • She made her public profiles carefully to seem like a legit business owner while staying friendly with her personal contacts
      • Developed connections with LinkedIn
      • She started a Facebook and Mxit Page for her business
    • User should complete organizer with additional information
    • Goal to suss out 3 big ideas:
      • identify different types of media
      • one thing people can do with that media
      • things they are missing to get there

    process: Document social media sites and examples of how they can act as accelerators to goals

  • Q1M1C4: Introduce/preview ways digital media can improve your life

    • Previous challenge leads right into NPC talking about advancing agendas/goals with computers/Internet
    • Q4 Life areas introduced by examples from NPC’s life and her community’s
      • Personal: Impact personal interests and needs
      • Work: Generate income and careers
      • Home: Benefit family/household well-being
      • Community: Better connect with your immediate community
    • Q5 partner pathways introduced as more specific pathways that NPC’s friends followed:
      • Employment
      • Business
      • Health
      • Finances
      • Education
    • Task: Choose one life area and describe how they could be affected by your use of technology

    process: Document different life areas where agendas/goals can be advanced and some pathways that can be followed

  • Q1M2C1: A digital self roadmap

    • NPC talks about how crafting their own digital life carefully was a huge part of being successful.
    • Acted as an accelerator of her goals with some bumps along the way she could have avoided.
    • CSM resource
    • Suggests creating a resource to help you along the way: map of a digital self
      • Digital footprint, really
      • Something like this infographic
      • Google resource
      • Make into four square organizer:
      1. What you create and control (divide into public vs. private)
      2. What you can create and then lose control
      3. What you don’t create but have some control
      4. What you don’t create and can’t control

    process: Create template for mapping a digital footprint

    • NPC suggests examining a famous person’s digital life but talks about the importance of crafting a good search
    • Choose a famous person to research
    • Conduct an Internet search with this activity card
    • Map out celebrity’s digital life:
      • what they create about themselves (Twitter, FB, website)
      • what others create about them (spoof/fan Twitter or FB, websites, media)
      • things they must dislike having out there

    process: Craft a good search to map a celebrity’s digital presence

  • Q1M2C3: Possible online outcomes

    • Scenario of an online action: create a social media account to show your social life
    • Choose from among four categories of online possibilities:
      • Grows social connections
      • Nobody pays attention
      • Hacked
      • Creates a professional connection that leads to a job
    • Justify choice
    • Reveals what actually happened and why

    process: Determine most likely outcome of an online action.

  • Q1M2C4: Your identity online

    • Google yourself (you may get nothing)
    • Public vs. private: researching yourself
    • Map out your own digital future - how to grow?

    process: Create their own digital roadmap

  • Q1M2C5: With opportunities come responsibilities

    • CSM resource
    • The power the internet gives us
    • The harm it can do - general sense of issues
    • Take a Digital Citizenship pledge - resource
    • Parse map into harmful/helpful?

    process: Take a pledge to act as a good digital citizen

  • Q1M3C1: Safety and security

    • Logging on in a public space:
      • Work
      • Sharing a laptop/device
      • Internet Cafe
    • Awareness of digital security issues in public spaces
    • Physical safety – locating a safe place to connect
    • Scams and schemes online
    • Connecting with people online

    process: Create digital safety checklist

  • Q1M3C2: Fake profiles

    • NPC: Things are not always what they seem on the Internet - from online scams to catfishing, we have to be critical
      • Examples of scams
    • Example of fake profile
      • sample resource
      • Twitter parody accounts, like Queen Elizabeth (we would likely need to create our own to avoid inappropriate content)
      • Catfishing as a topic?
    • Exploration/analysis activity around it (related to above Boolean Blackbelt resource and crafting good searches):
      • How to figure out if this is fake:
      1. Look for red flags
      2. Search for their name
      3. Copy the picture and use it in a Google search
      • What kinds of problems could this cause?
    • Add to previous deliverable

    process: Add ways to verify it online deceit (a fake profile) to digital safety checklist

  • Q1M3C3: Internet and proper conduct

    • Legal dimensions of participating in online communities
      • The ways laws protect you
      • Laws that restrict you
      • Will need to be localized with info from 3 countries
    • Moral/ethical dimensions of participating in online communities.
      1. Privacy: Respecting the privacy of others online
      2. Self-Expression and Identity: Presenting yourself in an honest and genuine way in the online world
      3. Connected Culture: Treating others in a kind and respectful manner, and avoiding cyberbullying
      4. Respecting Creative Work: Giving credit to others and/or asking their permission when you use their
        work as part of your own
      • As what to watch out for and what to not engage in yourself

    process: Add elements of proper online conduct to digital safety checklist

  • Q1M3C4: Connecting & sharing online

    • Potential risks of sharing inappropriate information:
    • Benefits of sharing online
    • Sharing in the home and community
    • Explore SWC platform for examples of what other women are sharing

    process: Add appropriate sharing principles to digital safety checklist

  • Q1M3C5: Tell your story

    • Introduce yourself on the platform using the above deliverable work as inspiration.
    • Edit the writing you did earlier with a public audience in mind.

    process: Post on the SWC platform using principles of digital safety

  • Q1M4C1: Connecting with Social Media

    • Scavenger hunt style search for things that interest them on a casual level.
      • Video games/play, Books/reading, Music/movies
      • Focus on consumption - engaging as individuals (so not finding communities per se)
    • Sorting/ranking game
    • Optional: Post responses in discussion boards on the platform to grow conversations, connections, and inspiration.

    process: Sorting/ranking game around on ways social media connect me to interests

  • Q1M4C2: Email /IM

    • Intro to the communication form
    • Email and IM étiquette
    • Create a email address on Gmail: ActivityCard

    process: Create an email address

  • Q1M4C3: Videoconferencing

    • Stories of using Skype and other apps
    • Who would I contact?
    • Skype account creation: activity card

    process: Create Skype account (?)

  • Q1M4C4: Using email

    • Create an address book: activity card
    • Send an email to yourself and to an admin address:
      • With the M4 challenges summed up - mostly C1
      • Ways digital media can connect you to your interests
      • to post on Platform
      • serves to filter participants, connect the platform to their emails, start email correspondence
    • create a letter (?): activity card

    process: Send an email - as authentic as possible, depending on Intel comfort level

  • Q1BossP1
    Take a look at your work from this Quest and assemble them into a toolkit (placed into toolbox) for leveraging the Internet and keeping you safe.

    [Some meaningful action that has them conceptualizing tools as items to carry with them on their Journey, placing the deliverables completed into a “toolkit” resource folder.]

  • Q1BossP2
    Give three examples of different ways you will represent yourself online with these questions in mind:

    • How can your online self aid you in achieving your life goals?
    • How can your online self hurt your goals?
    • Would not creating an online self hurt your goals?
  • Q1BossP3
    Share this work in the SWC community and respond to two other members postings.

  • Q2M1C1: Sourcing websites - credibility

    • NPC: Communities - both physical and digital - have been essential her successfully accomplishing her goals.
    • But communities see each other differently, so need to be careful about analyzing the results of searches and the information we get back
    • Searching “Africa” may result in very much outsider perspectives, much of which is just wrong
    • When I search for Nguluni, Kenya, where I am from, the only information is from a church trying to raise money.
    • [This is not really the best frame for doing information literacy]
    • Create a rubric for assessing website credibility:

    process: Create rubric for assessing website credibility

  • Q2M1C2: Research: What do others say about my community?

    • Start by examining your own communities and the way they are seen on the Internet.
      • Search for places starting with city, then region, then country
      • Evaluate the information and portrayals using a rubric developed/introduced during the dialogue.
      • Encyclopedic sites
      • Wikipedia
      • General searches

    process: Complete rubric assessing online sources’ credibility generally and specifically compared to insider perspective

  • Q2M1C3: Google Maps

    • Scaffolded activity to interpret and gain something from Maps
    • What can be learned/done? Driving/transit time/directions to a major city, distance between cities, distance to coast, etc.
    • Add results to previous deliverable and post in SWC community (needs a guiding question)

    process: Explore possibilities of using Google Maps

  • Q2M2C1: Finding similar geographical communities

    • NPC: Finding information on other communities can help us envision the possibilities that surround us. Digital tools are good for this.
    • Use Maps and other resources
    • Searching by characteristics: geography, language, elevation, etc.
    • Respond to prompts:
      • How are we alike and not alike?

    process: Research other geographical communities.

  • Q2M2C2: Other places I’d like to visit to further goals

    • NPC: Now that we’ve explored possibilities, let’s focus on how these communities can further our goals. Not all the communities you listed are equally useful to visit. Some communities very different from yours might be relevant.
    • Which of the above places would visiting further your goals?
      What other communities could further your goals?
    • Listing them and researching individually, along the above characteristics
    • Write something about each one
      • How visiting this place could further my goals within life areas? [at least one for each life area]
      • [This will need to be more scaffolded - maybe an extra challenge about making the connection]

    process: Connect visiting other places to life goals

  • Q2M2C3: Start your possibilities journal

    • NPC: Now that you are exploring concrete possibilities and the way digital tools can help you get there, you should start recording them.
    • Enter above work into the journal.

    process: Start possibilities journal with work from this mission - and personalize if possible.

  • Q2M3C1: The benefits of online communities

    • NPC: Now that we’ve explored ways geographical communities can help further your goals, let’s talk about online communities.
    • Types of online communities
    • Pros and cons vs physical communities
    • Elements of positive communities - online and offline
    • Examples of ways online communities helped her achieve her goals.
    • Ways online communities can hold you back.

    process: Create an Online Community Member checklist [could be a sorting game]

  • Q2M3C2: Communicating online (ethics, safety, and communication skills)

    • Acknowledging the benefits of online talk and messaging
    • How to navigate and deal with uncomfortable situations
    • How to communicate effectively
    • Fostering positive community - resource

    process: Add ways to communicate effectively and safely online to checklist

  • Q2M3C3: Becoming a creator-participant in online communities.

    • rights to use images, citing / giving credit to blogs and resources
    • Fair use
    • Rights as creators
    • Responsibilities as creators:
      • CSM material
        process: Add rights and responsibilities to checklist.
  • Q2M4C0: Envisioning online communities

    • NPC: Now that we’ve learned about the opportunities and issues of online participation, let’s look at the how to connect with communities that relate to our interests and life goals.
    • Create table:
      • interest communities
      • related online communities
      • how they can further their goals

    process: Create tool for envisioning/planning participation in online communities

  • Q2M4C1: Exploring online affinity spaces

    • What are your broader interest communities?
    • Making the connections to those online communities
    • Via SWC forums
      • Explore and list relevant online communities

    process: Explore and list relevant online communities

  • Q2M4C2: Finding common social agendas online

    • Introduction to World Pulse
    • View campaigns on World Pulse
    • Make a list of relevant campaigns
    • Deep dive into one of the campaigns

    process: Add WorldPulse campaign into their table

  • Q2M4C3: Explore other WP resources

    • Scavenger hunt style dive into WP website
      • Magazine
      • Community

    process: Add WP resources to table

  • Q2M4C4: Shared interests

    • Examine table to determine which communities offer the best match of shared interests
    • Create plan for to join specific communities.
    • Add to digital footprint roadmap from Q1

    process: Use table to plan connections with new communities

  • Q2BossP1: Assemble your deliverables into a digital connection toolkit

  • Q2BossP2: Sign up for a My Pulse account and create your profile

  • Q2BossP3: Navigate to the online forum and introduce yourself

    • Drawing on portfolio work created during this Quest, especially M4
    • How can members of online communities support each other in achieving their goals and around common social agendas?
  • Q3M1C0: Choosing messages

    • NPC: In the last Quest we learned about participating in online communities, including sharing within them. In this Quest we learn about crafting those messages carefully and sharing them so people listen. We can use this skill to advance our goals in many ways.
    • Create organizer (sorting space):
      • Qualities of good messages
      • Types of messages (and their platforms)
      • Story topics important in my community
      • My story ideas

    process: Create tool for choosing a message/story seed.

  • Q3M1C1: What makes a good story?

    • Scavenger hunt survey of stories on World Pulse
    • Survey of stories on various social media platforms
    • Reflection in Possibilities Journal: Describe a few of the good stories you found.
      • What makes them good? What are the common threads?

    process: Determine elements of good messages and types of messages.

  • Q3M1C2: What is important in my community?

    • Drawing on results of last challenge, list what you think are important stories in your community.
    • Game to ask several people about important issues, process to narrow and dive into specific issues.

    process: Record stories important to your community

  • Q3M1C3: Identifying my story seed and sources

    • Final part of interview game to then settle on one story seed.
    • Engineer backwards from final results to list potential sources.

    process: Identify message/story seed that’s important to your community and online.

  • Q3M1C4: Is this story interesting outside my community?

    • Navigate to the WP forums and post about your story topic
    • Reply to other people’s posts
    • Reply to replies about your topic

    process: Vet story seed with WP/SWC community and respond to others

  • Q3M2C1: Gathering information

    • Consult previous writing for information on your community.
    • Consult online sources for background on your community and on topic more generally
    • Consult community sources for information on the topic.

    process: Outline/plan story using online and offline sources.

  • Q3M2C2: Developing a Draft

    • Refer back to checklist from M1:
      • What are the ways messages are constructed on specific platforms?
    • Drafting in word processor (or whatever format makes sense)
    • Should be well scaffolded

    process: Develop a draft of your story

  • Q3M2C3: Gathering Feedback (WP Community)

    • Post draft on WP website
    • Comment on other stories
    • Read and respond to feedback

    process: Get and give feedback on draft

  • Q3M2C4: Revising with intent

    • Structure feedback into having a central structure
    • Revise based on feedback

    process: Revise draft based on feedback

  • Q3M3C1: Publishing Creatively on the Internet

    • Risks and rewards (CSM boilerplate)
    • Best practices
    • Rich Examples

    process: Document risks, rewards, and rich examples of creative publishing

  • Q3M3C2: Visualizing stories (Digital Photography/Video)

    • Digital photography basics
    • Explore ways photography is used in stories online
    • Safety issues

    process: Learn about digital photography and video

  • Q3M3C3: Optimizing/visualizing your story (Digital Photography/Video)

    process: Add digital photography to story

  • Q3M3C4: Ways to share stories

    • Social media platforms - revisit past deliverables for guidance
    • CSM on Sticky Sites
    • Blogging basics
    • Explore relevant blogs (especially WP members)

    process: Explore different ways to share stories and engage around them

  • Q3M3C5: Sharing your story

    • Sign up for a blog
    • Post story on blog
    • Can alternately create a simple website following activity card
    • Can also post on WP/SWC platform

    process: Share your story on a website/blog

  • Q3M4C1: Exploring the tools

    • Revisiting social media tools
    • Revisit online safety, now specific to social media do’s and don’ts
    • Refer back to digital footprint roadmap and revise

    process: Expand on ways specific platforms are used to advance stories

  • Q3M4C2: Choosing and joining

    • Select most relevant 2-3 platforms and join
    • Create a Facebook account: Activity card
    • Play with interacting, consuming, composing, posting

    process: Choose and join 2-3 platforms

  • Q3M4C3: Promoting your story on social media

    • Explore how others link to stories and blogs on particular social media sites
    • Facebook page creation and promotion: Activity card
    • Post on each site to try to get traffic to your blog
      • Post images
      • Post quotes
      • etc.

    process: Strategically direct traffic to your story through social media platforms

  • Q3M4C4: Promoting your story on YouTube [optional]

    • Intro to YouTube
    • Best practices on YouTube
    • Make a video, possibly using a webcam: Activity card
    • Post something on YouTube: Activity card

    process: Create and post a YouTube video extending your story

  • Q3BossP1: Assemble the digital sharing toolkit from deliverables

  • Q3BossP2: Possibility journaling (and on SWC or WP website) on messages/creative content creation.

    • What did you learn about crafting a powerful message?
    • What was the power of the Internet in getting messages out? What were the biggest challenges to navigate?
    • How can you use the ability to craft messages and powerful stories online and offline in your everyday life? What agendas can you advance?
  • Q4M0C1: Brainstorm selves and life areas

    • Quickly brainstorm the areas in your life you are responsible for and can impact
    • Create PowerPoint: PPT activity card resource
    • List these areas on the first slide
    • Develop PPT structure with these slides: work, home, community, personal
    • Sort the areas listed into those areas

    process: Create PowerPoint to serve as tool for the Quest

  • Q4M0C2: List your strengths and areas of growth

    • NPC discussion/examples of their own strengths and areas for growth
    • When addressing different areas of your life, what resources and personal strengths do you have to draw on?
    • In what ways do you feel growth is needed in these areas?
    • Quickly done - with timer? - since will be further added to throughout Quest
    • [Possibly in a SWOT]

    process: Add strengths and areas of growth in each life area

  • Q4M0C3: Connections and networking

    • NPC: Connections can unlock new opportunities and level you up in different aspects of your life
    • List network connections as a distinct area of resources

    process: Add network connections within life areas to PPT

  • Q4M0C4: Prepare an argument

    • Can be based on a marketing presentation PPT: Activity card
    • Final slide to connect with boss: advancing an agenda

    process: Setup PPT to lead into argument for advancing an agenda

  • Q4M1C1: Social sites

    • Revisit and expand social media possibilities
    • Leverage social media to expand your social circle

    process: Integrate previous work on social media into PPT

  • Q4M1C2: Keeping in touch

    • Communicating using apps
    • Social media, email, videoconferencing
    • Skype calling and document sharing activity card
    • Skype screen sharing activity card
      [This is a highly valued skill so may want to highlight it earlier]
    • Sending e-cards: Activity card
    • [optional] Do one of the listed possbilities

    process: Map out ways to leverage network resources through digital communication on PPT

  • Q4M1C3: Self care

    • Finding online resources for health, wellness, and personal care
    • Finding or building community resources
    • Navigating resources

    process: Add self-care possibilities to PPT

  • Q4M1C4: Finding other Affinity Spaces

    • Revisit what you have found
    • Additional interest communities to connect with

    process: Expand digital roadmap and integrate into PPT

  • Q4M2C1: How do I make a living?

    • List job skills - before and after
      • Referring to Digital Futures Resume
    • List work possibilities
    • Employment pathways
    • Make Venn diagram:
      • What your good at
      • What you love to do
      • What you can get paid to do
    • Look at possibilities near the center
    • May not give immediate results but can serve as a tool for later

    process: Create employment Venn diagram in PPT

  • Q4M2C2: Working for yourself

    • Intro to entrepreneurship
    • Business possibilities that others have taken up
    • Quick scaffolded process to generate ideas

    process: Generate list of business possiblities

  • Q4M2C3: Working for someone else

    • Building vocational skills
    • Networking for jobs
    • Create paper resume: Activity card
      • Discuss tailoring to specific jobs
      • Based on Digital Futures Resume

    process: Create usable resume for PPT

  • Q4M3C1: Personal/family Goal Setting

    • What are my personal/family goals?
    • Methods for establishing, documenting, and tracking goals

    process: Chart of goals, how to accomplish, ways to document

  • Q4M3C2: Home Finances

    • Digital tools for improving finances
    • Design a plan for earning, spending, saving and investing:

    process: High level plan for improving home finances

  • Q4M3C3: Health

    • Health Literacy overview
    • Finding Health Resources
    • General plan

    process: Create high level plan for leveraging health resources

  • Q4M3C4: Education

    • Education possibilities and pathways
    • Looking back at employment pathways, what education can get me/us there?

    process: Map of education goals and pathways

  • Q4M4C1: Giving back to my community

    • The concept of giving back - connect to something in their own community/culture
    • Volunteering and collaborating
    • NGO possibilities - search online
    • Other civic involvement possibilities

    process: Post in network about giving back

  • Q4M4C2: Mentoring Others

    • What is a mentor? NPCs in this Journey. User can become one like them.
    • How to be a mentor
    • Mentoring possibilities

    process: Document pathways to becoming a community mentor

  • Q4M4C3: Citizenship

    • Document community needs and agendas
    • Create section exploring accessing government services
    • Civic engagement: ways to engage with government to further community agendas through technology

    process: Document community needs, relevant government entities, and how to connect the two through technology

  • Q4BossP1: Finalize & share PPT

    • Final slide about furthering agendas through technology
      • This might be choosing an area in Q5, highlighting one from Q4, or coming up with an overarching vision.
    • How can I impact various aspects of my life through digital tools?
    • Share with SWC community
      • Possibly upload to Slideshare, Sliderocket, Google Docs, etc.
      • Link with high level summary on further their goals through technology
  • Q5M1C1: Where have I gone on this journey?

    • Where did I begin? Review initial portfolio
    • Reflect on the journey thus far
  • Q5M1C2: What have I learned?

    • Create an updated portfolio
    • Highlight and reflect on your new skills and interests gained in this journey
  • Q5M1C3: How has this impacted my life?

    • Draft a personal achievement story in Word
    • Share in the SWC forums
  • Q5M1C4: Where can I go next?

    • Choose a path to explore further
    • List of tracks with descriptions and questions
    • Exercise to base decision on crossover of skills, possibilities, and interests/passions
    • Create a timeline
  • Q5AC1: What are my job possibilities?

    • Research the availability of jobs in their region
    • Document context/pathways for these jobs
  • Q5AC2: What jobs will I be good at?

    • Assess personal interests and dispositions that might align with these available jobs
  • Q5AC3: What does it take?

    • Assess personal gaps in skills and literacies necessary for these jobs
  • Q5AC4: How do I get there?

    • Build strategy to close gaps
  • Q5AC5: Am I on the right track?

    • Post to the SWC forums
    • Get advice and feedback
  • Q5AC6: Further opportunities

    • Passing off to partner content
  • Q5BC1: Defining Entrepreneurship

    • Working with others
    • What is a business plan/sketch?
  • Q5BC2: Business Idea Development

    • Explore bases for business ideas (skills, interests, motivation, community needs, industries)
    • Family or small business
    • Create a mindmap to generate business ideas
    • Create ranking chart of business ideas
  • Q5BC3: Analyzing a Business Opportunity

    • Business Idea Survey Development
    • Collecting Survey Data
    • Analyzing your Business
    • Finalizing your Business Idea
  • Q5BC4: Digital Marketing

    • Developing a Marketing Strategy
    • Branding and Advertising Your Business
    • Creating a Web site for Your
  • Q5BC5: Business plan sketch

    • Startup costs activity card
    • Bring together work for rough business plan
    • Present back to SWC platform fro feedback and discussion
    • Present in some way to physical community for feedback and discussion
  • Q5AC6: Further opportunities

    • Passing on to partner content: Dream Builder?
  • Q5CC1: What is health literacy?

  • Q5CC2: How do I (and my family) stay healthy?

    • Search for and use health information
    • Adopt healthy behaviors
    • Act on important public health alerts.
  • Q5CC3: How do I deal with healthcare systems?

    • Locating providers and services
    • Filling out complex forms
    • Share personal information, such as health history, with providers
    • Engage in self-care and chronic-disease management
    • Understand mathematical concepts such as probability and risk
  • Q5CC4: What do I do with diagnosis and treatment decisions?

    • Evaluating information for credibility and quality
    • Analyzing relative risks and benefits
    • Calculating dosages
    • Interpreting test results
    • Locating health information.
  • Q5CC5: Further opportunities

    • Partner content
  • Q5DC1: Budgeting

  • Q5DC2: Banking

  • Q5DC3: Credit and debt

  • Q5DC4: Savings and goal setting

    • Insurance?
  • Q5DC5: Further opportunities

  • Q5EC1: What are my educational needs and options?

    • What are my possible career pathways?
    • What education can open these up and unlock others?
  • Q5EC2: Should I continue my education?

    • Cost
    • Return on Investment
    • Goals
    • Practicality

    http://readysetgrad.org/section/continuing-education

  • Q5EC3: How do I continue?

    • Resources
    • Career planning
    • Paying for it
    • Finding the right school
  • Q5EC4: How do I make it work?

    • Balancing finances
    • Balancing other aspects of your life
    • Being successful in school
  • Q5EC5: Further opportunities

    • Partner content
  • Q5BossP0: Continuing your Journey

    • Congratulations and moment to celebrate
    • Where to go next
      • Applying within your own life
      • Becoming and mentor in SWC or your own community
      • Connecting with additional content
  • Q5BossP1: Post about your experience.

  • Q5BossP2: Creating and planning a goal (through Goal Planner)

    • Own life and community
    • Explore additional possibilities with other tracks
  • Q5BossP3: Making it happen

        • Localization notes:

        • optional activity:
          find three other people who are:

          • using digital media in similar ways
          • using digital media in a way you would like to
            • Brief writing/reflection activity: imagine your digital future.
              • What ways would you like to connect out?
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How does who I am in the real world differ or remain the same as who I am online?\n\nBeing online is a journey that is part of your life journey. It opens possibilities that you may not have otherwise. At this point, you may do little online or you may do a lot online, but who you are online is always growing and changing. This is your online identity: the online profiles you create, the way you communicate, everything you do that others see. In this quest, you will think about who you are in online communities and start planning out who you want to be. How will you use the Internet to improve your life?"},{"_id":"4bcc24171cf77b08a50000c0","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":990032,"position":2,"parentId":"4bcc1e741cf77b08a50000be","content":"### Q1NB2: Introducing the guide \n\n[Mandisa] is a 26-year-old woman from KwaMashu, near Durban, South Africa. Like her parents, she attended secondary school but never completed. Several years ago, she was a student at a computer training centre, worked part time, and had a young son. She felt overwhelmed by her household responsibilities combined with her work and trying to finish her certification, but she completed her computer certificate and decided to open a business with her skills. She was able to connect with the right people online, find funding, and start a hair salon, which she continues to run and make a living from."},{"_id":"45180e1e3bef02016000006c","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":648760,"position":0.5,"parentId":"44a2fe515a6a5c4a69000072","content":"###Q1M0: Accepting the challenge \n\n\nJoin the platform and get started\n\n**concept:** Demonstrate ability to utilize best practices in account creation for beginning this Journey\n**conceptual deliverable:** Membership in SWC platform/community"},{"_id":"45aa731c638312ab2600007a","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589505,"position":0.5,"parentId":"45180e1e3bef02016000006c","content":"####Q1M0C0: The narrative of the self\n\nNPC talks about making sound and intentional decisions to leverage the opportunities of the Internet:\n* She accomplished a specific goal with digital tools: she was unemployed after graduating high school, took this Journey, and now she has her own business.\n* She had to think carefully about the choices she made the way\n* Player needs to decide whether they will take the responsible path on this journey\n\n**process:** Making a choice to take safe and intentional action on the Internet\n\n**narrative note:**\nNPC guide for this section is a little older, a mentor.\n\nNeed a cast of characters spanning our target age range - each from a different country?"},{"_id":"451811783bef02016000006d","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589507,"position":1,"parentId":"45180e1e3bef02016000006c","content":"####Q1M0C1: What makes a good password? What do I do with the password?\nNarrative from NPC:\n* One of the first things is creating a password\n* She describes as one one way a digital life could hinder her life goals if not pursued carefully\n* Examples of non-electric security devices: when you leave you house or drive your car you need to lock the door\n* Ways electronic passwords are used (locking phone, logging into computer, etc)\n* Importance of protecting your password and what can happen - i.e. what is the password protecting:\n * Access my online accounts\n * Steal my money\n * Pretend to be me and hurt my reputation\n * Find out things about me that I don’t want anyone else to know\n\n**process:** Learn basics of digital security and importance of good password\n\n**narrative note:**\nNarrative with younger girl who is trying to protect her online identity by creating a password. User chooses the girl's actions and watches the outcome -- \"What do you think GIRLNPC should do?\" etc.\n\nBased on [this resource](https://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/lesson/strong-passwords-3-5)"},{"_id":"477794c8a367abef020000a8","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589529,"position":1.25,"parentId":"45180e1e3bef02016000006c","content":"####Q1M0C2: Make an NPC password\n* Narrative setup of GIRLNPC trying to figure out a good password (see Balsamiq mockup)\n* Mini-game to select a strong password\n* Generates a resource: note from GIRLNPC for making a good password\n\n**process:** Create a strong password\n\n"},{"_id":"47514d5158f765fb8d0000a7","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589509,"position":1.75,"parentId":"45180e1e3bef02016000006c","content":"####Q1M0C3: Create an account on the platform\n\n* Go through account creation\n* Choose own password\n * refer back to best practices from C1\n * Create and record credentials\n* Feedback from NPC about password strength\n\n\n\n**process:** Create account using best practices knowledge"},{"_id":"45199f043bef020160000070","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589510,"position":3,"parentId":"45180e1e3bef02016000006c","content":"####Q1M0C4: Accept the challenge of Digital Empowerment\n* Embarking on a Journey, taking the first step\n* Basic tutorial on navigating the curriculum\n* How to Use the Help Guide: [Activity card](http://download.intel.com/education/easysteps/HowToUseHelpGuide.pdf)\n* Simple challenge to click the right places to proceed\n* Some action to make final commitment\n \n**process:** Assure/gain minimum skills to navigate curriculum"},{"_id":"44a309785a6a5c4a6900007a","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589524,"position":1,"parentId":"44a2fe515a6a5c4a69000072","content":"###Q1M1: Introduction to the Internet and digital media\n\n**concept:** Introduction to the opportunities digital media presents in your life \n**conceptual deliverable:** Chart of types of digital media and their potential benefits to different life areas\n**narrative notes:** NPCs: I felt like I was stuck in my roles, realized I could use this place to gain new possibilities and opportunities"},{"_id":"44a30b305a6a5c4a6900007c","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":874015,"position":0.5,"parentId":"44a309785a6a5c4a6900007a","content":"####Q1M1C1: Benefits of digital media tool\n* NPC reiterates how they used specific tools for certain goals along their pathway to start a business.\n\n`note:` Mandisa's hair salon story - full screen dialog\n\n\n* NPC interested in exploring user's local digital geographies and would like a diagram - since it can show information more clearly.\n* User should create a document that contains the following headings:\n * “Types” of digital media\n * “Actions” young people take with each type of digital media to improve their lives\n * “Your Feelings” about each type of digital media [cut? optional?]\n* Take just a few minutes to fill in what they can (timed task)\n* (Note: This should be within the platform rather than in Word, although that could be an option)\n\n**process:** Develop organizer to input benefits of digital tools"},{"_id":"44a30a545a6a5c4a6900007b","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589534,"position":1,"parentId":"44a309785a6a5c4a6900007a","content":"####Q1M1C2: Survey use of digital media and see community results\n* Survey questions on ways they use digital media \n* Way of introducing various forms - should give additional information as needed while taking the survey\n * Computer `\n * Internet\n * Social media\n* Afterwards, statistics revealed on general usage (specific countries).\n* Input forms of digital media from finding into their tool.\n\n**process:** Take survey on digital media while learning about it as needed"},{"_id":"47856da3a367abef020000a9","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589535,"position":3,"parentId":"44a309785a6a5c4a6900007a","content":"####Q1M1C3: Exploring digital media case studies\n* NPC introduces 7 girls who talk about digital media in different ways\n* NPC discusses Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, etc. and ways NPC used them to further her goals (starting her business)\n * She made her public profiles carefully to seem like a legit business owner while staying friendly with her personal contacts\n * Developed connections with LinkedIn\n * She started a Facebook and Mxit Page for her business\n* User should complete organizer with additional information\n* Goal to suss out 3 big ideas:\n * identify different types of media\n * one thing people can do with that media\n * things they are missing to get there\n\n\n\n \n**process:** Document social media sites and examples of how they can act as accelerators to goals"},{"_id":"483c7ea6d897ef7feb0000b3","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":567460,"position":1,"parentId":"47856da3a367abef020000a9","content":"**Localization notes:** \n* [mxit](http://get.mxit.com/) in South Africa\n* [Eskimi](http://www.eskimi.com/) in Nigeria\n* [Bandeka](http://www.bandeka.com/)\n* [Blueworld](http://www.blueworld.co.za/)"},{"_id":"483d4166d897ef7feb0000b6","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":567867,"position":2,"parentId":"47856da3a367abef020000a9","content":"**optional activity:**\nfind three other people who are:\n* using digital media in similar ways\n* using digital media in a way you would like to \n"},{"_id":"462d343d872cb6be8c0000a6","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589536,"position":4,"parentId":"44a309785a6a5c4a6900007a","content":"####Q1M1C4: Introduce/preview ways digital media can improve your life\n* Previous challenge leads right into NPC talking about advancing agendas/goals with computers/Internet\n* Q4 Life areas introduced by examples from NPC's life and her community's\n * Personal: Impact personal interests and needs\n * Work: Generate income and careers\n * Home: Benefit family/household well-being\n * Community: Better connect with your immediate community\n* Q5 partner pathways introduced as more specific pathways that NPC's friends followed:\n * Employment\n * Business\n * Health\n * Finances\n * Education\n* Task: Choose one life area and describe how they could be affected by your use of technology\n\n\n**process:** Document different life areas where agendas/goals can be advanced and some pathways that can be followed"},{"_id":"44a30d6f5a6a5c4a6900007e","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":990036,"position":2,"parentId":"44a2fe515a6a5c4a69000072","content":"###Q1M2: What is a digital life?\n\nSo far, you have explored digital tools, the ways they can be used to improve your life, and your own life goals. Part of the lesson is that, in the end, computers and the Internet are just tools we use to further our goals. Next you will look at the paths people take to accomplish goals online. You will use this knowledge to plan one path for yourself to follow in pursuit of your own goals. \n\nMandisa felt like she was stuck in her roles as student and mother without opportunity to advance herself, then realized she could use digital tools to gain new possibilities and opportunities.\n\n**concept:** Explore what someone's life looks like online and reflect on what yours can look like.\n**conceptual deliverable:** Digital self/footprint roadmap"},{"_id":"47adb78c01956337420000ab","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589537,"position":0.5,"parentId":"44a30d6f5a6a5c4a6900007e","content":"####Q1M2C1: A digital self roadmap\n* NPC talks about how crafting their own digital life carefully was a huge part of being successful.\n* Acted as an accelerator of her goals with some bumps along the way she could have avoided.\n* CSM [resource](https://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/lesson/trillion-dollar-footprint-6-8)\n* Suggests creating a resource to help you along the way: map of a digital self\n * Digital footprint, really\n * Something like this [infographic](http://churchm.ag/digital-life/)\n * Google [resource](https://www.google.com/goodtoknow/web/curriculum/)\n * Make into four square organizer:\n 1. What you create and control (divide into public vs. private)\n 2. What you can create and then lose control\n 3. What you don't create but have some control\n 4. What you don't create and can't control\n\n**process:** Create template for mapping a digital footprint"},{"_id":"44a30f1f5a6a5c4a6900007f","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589540,"position":1,"parentId":"44a30d6f5a6a5c4a6900007e","content":"####Q1M2C2: Navigating basic search\n\n* NPC suggests examining a famous person's digital life but talks about the importance of crafting a good search \n* Choose a famous person to research\n* Conduct an Internet search with this [activity card](http://download.intel.com/education/easysteps/SearchSurfInternet.pdf)\n * [CSM Resource](https://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/lesson/strategic-searching-6-8)\n* Map out celebrity's digital life:\n * what they create about themselves (Twitter, FB, website)\n * what others create about them (spoof/fan Twitter or FB, websites, media)\n * things they must dislike having out there\n\n**process:** Craft a good search to map a celebrity's digital presence"},{"_id":"483ca642d897ef7feb0000b4","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589541,"position":1.5,"parentId":"44a30d6f5a6a5c4a6900007e","content":"####Q1M2C3: Possible online outcomes\n* Scenario of an online action: create a social media account to show your social life\n* Choose from among four categories of online possibilities:\n * Grows social connections\n * Nobody pays attention\n * Hacked\n * Creates a professional connection that leads to a job\n* Justify choice\n* Reveals what actually happened and why\n\n**process:** Determine most likely outcome of an online action."},{"_id":"44a312eb5a6a5c4a69000081","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589542,"position":3,"parentId":"44a30d6f5a6a5c4a6900007e","content":"####Q1M2C4: Your identity online\n* Google yourself (you may get nothing)\n* Public vs. private: researching yourself\n* Map out your own digital future - how to grow?\n\n**process:** Create their own digital roadmap"},{"_id":"483dde23d897ef7feb0000b7","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":568254,"position":1,"parentId":"44a312eb5a6a5c4a69000081","content":"* Brief writing/reflection activity: imagine your digital future.\n * What ways would you like to connect out?"},{"_id":"44a30c0a5a6a5c4a6900007d","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589543,"position":4,"parentId":"44a30d6f5a6a5c4a6900007e","content":"####Q1M2C5: With opportunities come responsibilities \n* [CSM resource](https://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/lesson/super-digital-citizen-3-5)\n* The power the internet gives us\n* The harm it can do - general sense of issues\n* Take a Digital Citizenship pledge - [resource](https://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/lesson/digital-citizenship-pledge-3-5)\n* Parse map into harmful/helpful?\n\n**process:** Take a pledge to act as a good digital citizen"},{"_id":"44a313a35a6a5c4a69000082","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":798278,"position":3,"parentId":"44a2fe515a6a5c4a69000072","content":"###Q1M3: Creating your own safe digital identity\n\n[NPC] had to think carefully about the choices she made along the way. She found out from small mistakes and also successes that making smart and careful decisions is important to access the opportunities of the Internet. \n\n**concept:** Demonstrate principles of online safety\n**conceptual deliverable:** Digital safety checklist + make posting in SWC community summarizing work so far"},{"_id":"44a315d45a6a5c4a69000083","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589544,"position":1,"parentId":"44a313a35a6a5c4a69000082","content":"####Q1M3C1: Safety and security\n* Logging on in a public space: \n * Work\n * Sharing a laptop/device\n * Internet Cafe \n* Awareness of digital security issues in public spaces\n* Physical safety – locating a safe place to connect \n* Scams and schemes online\n* Connecting with people online\n\n**process:** Create digital safety checklist"},{"_id":"451a56d93bef020160000073","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589545,"position":1.25,"parentId":"44a313a35a6a5c4a69000082","content":"####Q1M3C2: Fake profiles\n* NPC: Things are not always what they seem on the Internet - from online scams to catfishing, we have to be critical\n * Examples of scams\n* Example of fake profile\n * [sample resource](http://booleanblackbelt.com/2013/03/linkedin-catfish-fake-profiles-real-people-or-fake-photos/)\n * Twitter parody accounts, like [Queen Elizabeth](https://twitter.com/Queen_UK) (we would likely need to create our own to avoid inappropriate content)\n * Catfishing as a topic?\n* Exploration/analysis activity around it (related to above Boolean Blackbelt resource and crafting good searches): \n * How to figure out if this is fake:\n 1. Look for red flags\n 2. Search for their name\n 3. Copy the picture and use it in a Google search\n * What kinds of problems could this cause?\n* Add to previous deliverable\n\n**process:** Add ways to verify it online deceit (a fake profile) to digital safety checklist"},{"_id":"455badb0e313c7c16e000072","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589546,"position":1.5,"parentId":"44a313a35a6a5c4a69000082","content":"####Q1M3C3: Internet and proper conduct\n* Legal dimensions of participating in online communities\n * The ways laws protect you\n * Laws that restrict you\n * Will need to be localized with info from 3 countries\n* Moral/ethical dimensions of participating in online communities.\n * Developing an Online Code [CSM Resource](https://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/lesson/my-online-code):\n 1. Privacy: Respecting the privacy of others online\n 2. Self-Expression and Identity: Presenting yourself in an honest and genuine way in the online world\n 3. Connected Culture: Treating others in a kind and respectful manner, and avoiding cyberbullying\n 4. Respecting Creative Work: Giving credit to others and/or asking their permission when you use their \nwork as part of your own\n * As what to watch out for and what to not engage in yourself\n\n**process:** Add elements of proper online conduct to digital safety checklist"},{"_id":"44a3168d5a6a5c4a69000084","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589547,"position":2,"parentId":"44a313a35a6a5c4a69000082","content":"####Q1M3C4: Connecting & sharing online\n\n* Potential risks of sharing inappropriate information:\n * [CSM Safe Online Talk material](https://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/lesson/safe-online-talk-6-8)\n* Benefits of sharing online\n* Sharing in the home and community\n* Explore SWC platform for examples of what other women are sharing\n\n**process:** Add appropriate sharing principles to digital safety checklist"},{"_id":"44a317915a6a5c4a69000085","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589548,"position":3,"parentId":"44a313a35a6a5c4a69000082","content":"####Q1M3C5: Tell your story\n* Introduce yourself on the platform using the above deliverable work as inspiration.\n* Edit the writing you did earlier with a public audience in mind.\n\n**process:** Post on the SWC platform using principles of digital safety"},{"_id":"44a3197f5a6a5c4a69000086","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":719034,"position":4,"parentId":"44a2fe515a6a5c4a69000072","content":"###Q1M4: Connecting to what interests you\n**concept:** Explore possibilities of online interests and communication\n**conceptual deliverable:** Create an email about ways digital media can connect you to your interests "},{"_id":"44a319f65a6a5c4a69000087","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":718956,"position":1,"parentId":"44a3197f5a6a5c4a69000086","content":"####Q1M4C1: Connecting with Social Media\n* Scavenger hunt style search for things that interest them on a casual level.\n * Video games/play, Books/reading, Music/movies\n * Focus on consumption - engaging as individuals (so not finding communities per se)\n* Sorting/ranking game\n* Optional: Post responses in discussion boards on the platform to grow conversations, connections, and inspiration.\n\n**process:** Sorting/ranking game around on ways social media connect me to interests"},{"_id":"44a31b735a6a5c4a69000089","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":718950,"position":2.25,"parentId":"44a3197f5a6a5c4a69000086","content":"Q1M4C2: Email /IM \n* Intro to the communication form\n* Email and IM étiquette \n* Create a email address on Gmail: [ActivityCard](http://download.intel.com/education/easysteps/CreateEmailAccount.pdf)\n\n**process:** Create an email address"},{"_id":"4621f9ae872cb6be8c0000a4","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":718951,"position":2.5,"parentId":"44a3197f5a6a5c4a69000086","content":"####Q1M4C3: Videoconferencing\n* Stories of using Skype and other apps\n* Who would I contact?\n* Skype account creation: [activity card](http://download.intel.com/education/easysteps/CreateBasicSkypeAccount.pdf)\n\n**process:** Create Skype account (?)"},{"_id":"44a31d955a6a5c4a6900008a","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589556,"position":4,"parentId":"44a3197f5a6a5c4a69000086","content":"####Q1M4C4: Using email\n* Create an address book: [activity card](http://download.intel.com/education/easysteps/CreateAddressBook.pdf)\n* Send an email to yourself and to an admin address:\n * With the M4 challenges summed up - mostly C1\n * Ways digital media can connect you to your interests\n * to post on Platform \n * serves to filter participants, connect the platform to their emails, start email correspondence\n* create a letter (?): [activity card](http://download.intel.com/education/easysteps/CreateLetter.pdf)\n\n**process:** Send an email - as authentic as possible, depending on Intel comfort level"},{"_id":"451a46c23bef020160000071","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":616923,"position":5,"parentId":"44a2fe515a6a5c4a69000072","content":"###Q1Boss: Assemble your digital self toolkit\nAssemble and reflect on toolkit that will you grow a happy and healthy digital self in productive ways, avoiding pitfalls and leveraging opportunities.\n\nCreate a convincing story of what you will be able to accomplish using digital tools and showing how you will safely represent yourself online\n\n**consequential realization:** Appraise the ways digital tools can act as accelerators and decelerators of your life goals."},{"_id":"455c4f31e313c7c16e000074","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589558,"position":1,"parentId":"451a46c23bef020160000071","content":"**Q1BossP1**\nTake a look at your work from this Quest and assemble them into a toolkit (placed into toolbox) for leveraging the Internet and keeping you safe.\n\n[Some meaningful action that has them conceptualizing tools as items to carry with them on their Journey, placing the deliverables completed into a \"toolkit\" resource folder.]"},{"_id":"455c5044e313c7c16e000075","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":567336,"position":2,"parentId":"451a46c23bef020160000071","content":"**Q1BossP2**\nGive three examples of different ways you will represent yourself online with these questions in mind:\n* How can your online self aid you in achieving your life goals?\n* How can your online self hurt your goals?\n* Would not creating an online self hurt your goals?"},{"_id":"455c507fe313c7c16e000076","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":567365,"position":3,"parentId":"451a46c23bef020160000071","content":"**Q1BossP3**\nShare this work in the SWC community and respond to two other members postings."},{"_id":"44a300075a6a5c4a69000073","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":605443,"position":3,"parentId":"44a2f6d45a6a5c4a69000070","content":"##Quest 2: Exploring Communities\nThis quest invites the you to explore real-world and virtual communities to understand the commonalities, differences, and ways communities can help you achieve your goals. You will investigate a variety of web resources with a focus on critically evaluating informational sources, building community connections, and connecting your interests to online communities.\n\n**narrative:** We are handed off to a group of women who introduce us to the idea of being part of a community in a digital world. They take turns explaining concepts to us and walking us through deliverables. Each represents one of the life areas from Q4 in terms of the ways that digital media has helped them to accomplish their goals and they take turns for each of the missions in this quest. \n**role:** Internet explorer\n**target skills: ** information literacy (identify credible sites, using maps, encyclopedic research), Internet apps, intro to word processing\n**consequentiality:** Ability to differentiate among online communities and appraise their value for furthering my goals. \n**consequential deliverable:** Utilize Community Toolkit to join the World Pulse community and make a posting about the place of online communities in furthering your life goals\n"},{"_id":"44a322645a6a5c4a6900008c","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":719216,"position":4,"parentId":"44a300075a6a5c4a69000073","content":"###Q2M1: What is my community’s online identity?\n**concept:** Examining the utility and credibility of online sources about user's community\n**conceptual deliverable:** Post about using searches and maps to understand the place of your physical communities online"},{"_id":"44a359f85a6a5c4a69000094","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589559,"position":0.25,"parentId":"44a322645a6a5c4a6900008c","content":"####Q2M1C1: Sourcing websites - credibility\n* NPC: Communities - both physical and digital - have been essential her successfully accomplishing her goals.\n* But communities see each other differently, so need to be careful about analyzing the results of searches and the information we get back\n* Searching \"Africa\" may result in very much outsider perspectives, much of which is just wrong\n* When I search for Nguluni, Kenya, where I am from, the only information is from a church trying to raise money.\n* [This is not really the best frame for doing information literacy]\n* Create a rubric for assessing website credibility:\n * Brainpop [resource](http://www.brainpop.com/educators/community/lesson-plan/evaluating-online-sources-lesson-plan/)\n * Google [resource](https://www.google.com/goodtoknow/web/curriculum/)\n\n**process:** Create rubric for assessing website credibility"},{"_id":"44a359445a6a5c4a69000093","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589560,"position":0.5,"parentId":"44a322645a6a5c4a6900008c","content":"####Q2M1C2: Research: What do others say about my community?\n* Start by examining your own communities and the way they are seen on the Internet.\n * Search for places starting with city, then region, then country\n * Evaluate the information and portrayals using a rubric developed/introduced during the dialogue. \n * Encyclopedic sites\n * Wikipedia\n * General searches\n\n**process:** Complete rubric assessing online sources' credibility generally and specifically compared to insider perspective"},{"_id":"44a358255a6a5c4a69000092","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589561,"position":1,"parentId":"44a322645a6a5c4a6900008c","content":"####Q2M1C3: Google Maps\n* Scaffolded activity to interpret and gain something from Maps\n* What can be learned/done? Driving/transit time/directions to a major city, distance between cities, distance to coast, etc.\n* Add results to previous deliverable and post in SWC community (needs a guiding question)\n\n**process:** Explore possibilities of using Google Maps\n"},{"_id":"44a323ca5a6a5c4a6900008e","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":719241,"position":4.5,"parentId":"44a300075a6a5c4a69000073","content":"###Q2M2: Are there geographical communities like mine?\n**concept:** Discovering other geographical communities as life possibilities\n**conceptual deliverable:** Create a possibilities journal around communities than can further life goals "},{"_id":"44a385515a6a5c4a69000095","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589562,"position":1,"parentId":"44a323ca5a6a5c4a6900008e","content":"####Q2M2C1: Finding similar geographical communities\n* NPC: Finding information on other communities can help us envision the possibilities that surround us. Digital tools are good for this. \n* Use Maps and other resources\n* Searching by characteristics: geography, language, elevation, etc.\n* Respond to prompts:\n * How are we alike and not alike?\n\n**process:** Research other geographical communities."},{"_id":"44a3861c5a6a5c4a69000096","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589563,"position":2,"parentId":"44a323ca5a6a5c4a6900008e","content":"####Q2M2C2: Other places I’d like to visit to further goals\n* NPC: Now that we've explored possibilities, let's focus on how these communities can further our goals. Not all the communities you listed are equally useful to visit. Some communities very different from yours might be relevant.\n* Which of the above places would visiting further your goals?\n What other communities could further your goals?\n* Listing them and researching individually, along the above characteristics\n* Write something about each one\n * How visiting this place could further my goals within life areas? [at least one for each life area]\n * [This will need to be more scaffolded - maybe an extra challenge about making the connection]\n\n\n**process:** Connect visiting other places to life goals"},{"_id":"44a386875a6a5c4a69000097","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589564,"position":3,"parentId":"44a323ca5a6a5c4a6900008e","content":"####Q2M2C3: Start your possibilities journal\n* NPC: Now that you are exploring concrete possibilities and the way digital tools can help you get there, you should start recording them.\n* Enter above work into the journal.\n\n**process:** Start possibilities journal with work from this mission - and personalize if possible."},{"_id":"44a324775a6a5c4a6900008f","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":719253,"position":4.75,"parentId":"44a300075a6a5c4a69000073","content":"###Q2M3: Community in online spaces\n**concept:** Opportunities and issues of participation in online communities (and online communication generally)\n**conceptual deliverable:** Create an Online Community Member checklist"},{"_id":"44a387cb5a6a5c4a69000098","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":719312,"position":1,"parentId":"44a324775a6a5c4a6900008f","content":"####Q2M3C1: The benefits of online communities\n* NPC: Now that we've explored ways geographical communities can help further your goals, let's talk about online communities. \n* Types of online communities\n* Pros and cons vs physical communities\n* Elements of positive communities - online and offline\n* Examples of ways online communities helped her achieve her goals.\n* Ways online communities can hold you back.\n\n**process:** Create an Online Community Member checklist [could be a sorting game]"},{"_id":"44a388335a6a5c4a69000099","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589566,"position":2,"parentId":"44a324775a6a5c4a6900008f","content":"####Q2M3C2: Communicating online (ethics, safety, and communication skills)\n* Acknowledging the benefits of online talk and messaging\n* How to navigate and deal with uncomfortable situations\n* How to communicate effectively \n* Fostering positive community - [resource](https://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/lesson/building-community-online)\n\n**process:** Add ways to communicate effectively and safely online to checklist"},{"_id":"44a388c45a6a5c4a6900009a","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589574,"position":3,"parentId":"44a324775a6a5c4a6900008f","content":"####Q2M3C3: Becoming a creator-participant in online communities.\n* rights to use images, citing / giving credit to blogs and resources\n* Fair use\n* Rights as creators\n * [CSM material](https://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/lesson/creators-rights-6-8)\n* Responsibilities as creators:\n * [CSM material](https://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/lesson/creator%E2%80%99s-responsibilities-6-8)\n**process:** Add rights and responsibilities to checklist."},{"_id":"44a325305a6a5c4a69000090","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":719328,"position":4.875,"parentId":"44a300075a6a5c4a69000073","content":"###Q2M4: Online communities I can connect to\n**concept:** Discovering online communities as life possibilities\n**conceptual deliverable:** Create a table of online communities and how they can further your goals."},{"_id":"47ed61176d6dab5e0d0000ac","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589575,"position":0.375,"parentId":"44a325305a6a5c4a69000090","content":"####Q2M4C0: Envisioning online communities\n* NPC: Now that we've learned about the opportunities and issues of online participation, let's look at the how to connect with communities that relate to our interests and life goals.\n* Create table:\n * interest communities\n * related online communities\n * how they can further their goals\n\n**process:** Create tool for envisioning/planning participation in online communities"},{"_id":"44a389ec5a6a5c4a6900009d","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589576,"position":0.75,"parentId":"44a325305a6a5c4a69000090","content":"####Q2M4C1: Exploring online affinity spaces\n* What are your broader interest communities?\n* Making the connections to those online communities\n* Via SWC forums\n * Explore and list relevant online communities\n\n**process:** Explore and list relevant online communities"},{"_id":"44a4095b5a6a5c4a6900009e","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589578,"position":1.5,"parentId":"44a325305a6a5c4a69000090","content":"####Q2M4C2: Finding common social agendas online\n* Introduction to World Pulse\n* View campaigns on World Pulse\n* Make a list of relevant campaigns\n* Deep dive into one of the campaigns \n\n**process:** Add WorldPulse campaign into their table"},{"_id":"44a427995a6a5c4a6900009f","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589579,"position":1.75,"parentId":"44a325305a6a5c4a69000090","content":"####Q2M4C3: Explore other WP resources\n* Scavenger hunt style dive into WP website\n * Magazine\n * Community\n\n**process:** Add WP resources to table "},{"_id":"45ab1020638312ab2600007b","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589580,"position":3,"parentId":"44a325305a6a5c4a69000090","content":"####Q2M4C4: Shared interests\n* Examine table to determine which communities offer the best match of shared interests\n* Create plan for to join specific communities.\n* Add to digital footprint roadmap from Q1\n\n**process:** Use table to plan connections with new communities"},{"_id":"44a325a95a6a5c4a69000091","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589458,"position":4.9375,"parentId":"44a300075a6a5c4a69000073","content":"###Q2Boss: Assemble and use your digital connection toolkit (Joining World Pulse)\n\nJoin World Pulse and post about specific ways World Pulse and other communities can further life goals\n\n**consequential realization:** Appraise the value of online communities for furthering life goals"},{"_id":"48666f27cf3dbb15030000bb","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589582,"position":1.5,"parentId":"44a325a95a6a5c4a69000091","content":"**Q2BossP1:** Assemble your deliverables into a digital connection toolkit"},{"_id":"44a427fc5a6a5c4a690000a0","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589583,"position":3,"parentId":"44a325a95a6a5c4a69000091","content":"**Q2BossP2:** Sign up for a My Pulse account and create your profile"},{"_id":"44a3899c5a6a5c4a6900009c","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589584,"position":4,"parentId":"44a325a95a6a5c4a69000091","content":"**Q2BossP3:** Navigate to the online forum and introduce yourself\n* Drawing on portfolio work created during this Quest, especially M4\n* How can members of online communities support each other in achieving their goals and around common social agendas?"},{"_id":"44a3216f5a6a5c4a6900008b","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589473,"position":4,"parentId":"44a2f6d45a6a5c4a69000070","content":"##Quest 3: Creating and Sharing\nSo far we have been mostly consuming and examining others' stories, and now it is time to tell our own community's stories; these might support, add to, our counter narratives of our community we encountered in the previous Quest. Communicating a story can take a number of forms from a simple text or email to a story, video, or song. Players will explore the process of creation, the tools available to them, and how to share their story with others. Players are now familiar with the World Pulse Community and will use the community as a source of inspiration and collaboration in sharing their story. \n\n[Despite Alan's feedback, I still like using the concept of a story to refer to al kinds of messages. The point is that every message and interaction online tells a story of some kind, so someone who is digitally empowered should have the agency to construct and manage those stories. That's at the heart of digital media in may ways. The lasting message is to ask yourself \"What story does this tell\" about every aspect of your presentation of self, online and offline.] \n\n**role:** Storyteller\n**target skills:** research, story writing, revising, communicating with an audience, digital photography, word processing, blogging, social media\n**consequentiality:** Ability to leveraging digital and personal resources to create creative content to advance an agenda.\n**consequential deliverable:** Toolkit for creating and broadcasting a story/message safely and effectively.\n"},{"_id":"44a4295c5a6a5c4a690000a1","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":719342,"position":1,"parentId":"44a3216f5a6a5c4a6900008b","content":"###Q3M1: Finding a story/message\n\nStories are explicitly understood as anything from a quick tweet to a [StoryCorps](http://storycorps.org/) style story\n**concept:** Identifying community messages that are important on the Internet\n**conceptual deliverable:** Create and use chart/checklist to choose a topic then vet with SWC/WorldPulse community."},{"_id":"47ed05b96d6dab5e0d0000ab","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589585,"position":0.5,"parentId":"44a4295c5a6a5c4a690000a1","content":"####Q3M1C0: Choosing messages\n\n* NPC: In the last Quest we learned about participating in online communities, including sharing within them. In this Quest we learn about crafting those messages carefully and sharing them so people listen. We can use this skill to advance our goals in many ways.\n* Create organizer (sorting space):\n * Qualities of good messages\n * Types of messages (and their platforms)\n * Story topics important in my community\n * My story ideas\n\n**process:** Create tool for choosing a message/story seed."},{"_id":"44a42be95a6a5c4a690000a5","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589586,"position":1,"parentId":"44a4295c5a6a5c4a690000a1","content":"####Q3M1C1: What makes a good story?\n* Scavenger hunt survey of stories on World Pulse\n* Survey of stories on various social media platforms\n* Reflection in Possibilities Journal: Describe a few of the good stories you found.\n * What makes them good? What are the common threads?\n\n**process:** Determine elements of good messages and types of messages."},{"_id":"44a42c535a6a5c4a690000a6","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589587,"position":2,"parentId":"44a4295c5a6a5c4a690000a1","content":"####Q3M1C2: What is important in my community?\n* Drawing on results of last challenge, list what you think are important stories in your community.\n* Game to ask several people about important issues, process to narrow and dive into specific issues.\n\n**process:** Record stories important to your community"},{"_id":"44a42caa5a6a5c4a690000a7","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589589,"position":3,"parentId":"44a4295c5a6a5c4a690000a1","content":"####Q3M1C3: Identifying my story seed and sources\n * Final part of interview game to then settle on one story seed. \n * Engineer backwards from final results to list potential sources.\n\n**process:** Identify message/story seed that's important to your community and online."},{"_id":"44a42d005a6a5c4a690000a8","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589590,"position":4,"parentId":"44a4295c5a6a5c4a690000a1","content":"####Q3M1C4: Is this story interesting outside my community?\n* Navigate to the WP forums and post about your story topic\n* Reply to other people's posts\n* Reply to replies about your topic\n\n**process:** Vet story seed with WP/SWC community and respond to others"},{"_id":"44a42a065a6a5c4a690000a2","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":527121,"position":2,"parentId":"44a3216f5a6a5c4a6900008b","content":"###Q3M2: Creating your story/message\n**concept:** Engaging in the process of digital creation.\n**conceptual deliverable:** Revised message/story"},{"_id":"44a436db5a6a5c4a690000a9","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589591,"position":1,"parentId":"44a42a065a6a5c4a690000a2","content":"####Q3M2C1: Gathering information\n* Consult previous writing for information on your community.\n* Consult online sources for background on your community and on topic more generally\n* Consult community sources for information on the topic.\n\n**process:** Outline/plan story using online and offline sources. "},{"_id":"44a4376b5a6a5c4a690000aa","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589593,"position":2,"parentId":"44a42a065a6a5c4a690000a2","content":"####Q3M2C2: Developing a Draft\n* Refer back to checklist from M1:\n * What are the ways messages are constructed on specific platforms?\n* Drafting in word processor (or whatever format makes sense)\n* Should be well scaffolded\n\n**process:** Develop a draft of your story"},{"_id":"44a43a0d5a6a5c4a690000ae","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589594,"position":3,"parentId":"44a42a065a6a5c4a690000a2","content":"####Q3M2C3: Gathering Feedback (WP Community)\n* Post draft on WP website\n* Comment on other stories\n* Read and respond to feedback\n\n**process:** Get and give feedback on draft"},{"_id":"44a43a645a6a5c4a690000af","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589595,"position":4,"parentId":"44a42a065a6a5c4a690000a2","content":"####Q3M2C4: Revising with intent\n* Structure feedback into having a central structure\n* Revise based on feedback\n\n**process:** Revise draft based on feedback"},{"_id":"44a42aa95a6a5c4a690000a3","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":527317,"position":3,"parentId":"44a3216f5a6a5c4a6900008b","content":"###Q3M3: Publishing your story/message\n**concept:** Enhancing and publishing stories through digital photography, video, and blogging.\n**conceptual deliverable:** Optimized and published story"},{"_id":"44a43b415a6a5c4a690000b1","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589596,"position":1.25,"parentId":"44a42aa95a6a5c4a690000a3","content":"####Q3M3C1: Publishing Creatively on the Internet\n* Risks and rewards (CSM boilerplate)\n* Best practices\n* Rich Examples\n\n**process:** Document risks, rewards, and rich examples of creative publishing\n"},{"_id":"47ef01936d6dab5e0d0000af","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589597,"position":1.375,"parentId":"44a42aa95a6a5c4a690000a3","content":"####Q3M3C2: Visualizing stories (Digital Photography/Video)\n* Digital photography basics\n* Explore ways photography is used in stories online\n* Safety issues\n\n**process:** Learn about digital photography and video"},{"_id":"44a43af15a6a5c4a690000b0","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589598,"position":1.5,"parentId":"44a42aa95a6a5c4a690000a3","content":"####Q3M3C3: Optimizing/visualizing your story (Digital Photography/Video)\n\n* Take pictures or find Creative Commons photos online\n * Scan images: [Activity card](http://download.intel.com/education/easysteps/UseWebcam.pdf)\n * Process digital images: [Activity card](http://download.intel.com/education/easysteps/ProcessDigitalImages.pdf)\n * Use a webcam: [Activity card](http://download.intel.com/education/easysteps/UseWebcam.pdf)\n* Add to story\n\n**process:** Add digital photography to story"},{"_id":"44a437c05a6a5c4a690000ab","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589599,"position":2,"parentId":"44a42aa95a6a5c4a690000a3","content":"####Q3M3C4: Ways to share stories\n* Social media platforms - revisit past deliverables for guidance\n* [CSM on Sticky Sites](https://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/lesson/sticky-sites-6-8)\n* Blogging basics\n* Explore relevant blogs (especially WP members)\n\n**process:** Explore different ways to share stories and engage around them"},{"_id":"47ef0aac6d6dab5e0d0000b0","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589600,"position":2.5,"parentId":"44a42aa95a6a5c4a690000a3","content":"####Q3M3C5: Sharing your story\n* Sign up for a blog\n* Post story on blog\n* Can alternately create a simple website following [activity card](http://download.intel.com/education/easysteps/CreateSimpleWebsite.pdf)\n* Can also post on WP/SWC platform\n\n**process:** Share your story on a website/blog"},{"_id":"44a42b2f5a6a5c4a690000a4","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":532705,"position":4,"parentId":"44a3216f5a6a5c4a6900008b","content":"###Q3M4: Spreading your story/message\n\nMedia Campaign (Social Media and World Pulse)\n\n**concept:** Leveraging social media to extend the reach of stories.\n**conceptual deliverable:** Stories posted around the central story"},{"_id":"44a43bf65a6a5c4a690000b2","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589601,"position":1,"parentId":"44a42b2f5a6a5c4a690000a4","content":"####Q3M4C1: Exploring the tools\n* Revisiting social media tools\n* Revisit online safety, now specific to social media do's and don'ts\n* Refer back to digital footprint roadmap and revise\n\n**process:** Expand on ways specific platforms are used to advance stories"},{"_id":"44a43c605a6a5c4a690000b3","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589602,"position":2,"parentId":"44a42b2f5a6a5c4a690000a4","content":"####Q3M4C2: Choosing and joining\n* Select most relevant 2-3 platforms and join\n* Create a Facebook account: [Activity card](http://download.intel.com/education/easysteps/CreateFacebookAccount.pdf)\n* Play with interacting, consuming, composing, posting\n\n**process:** Choose and join 2-3 platforms"},{"_id":"44a43cb85a6a5c4a690000b4","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589603,"position":3,"parentId":"44a42b2f5a6a5c4a690000a4","content":"####Q3M4C3: Promoting your story on social media\n* Explore how others link to stories and blogs on particular social media sites\n* Facebook page creation and promotion: [Activity card](http://download.intel.com/education/easysteps/UseFacebookToPromoteBusiness.pdf)\n* Post on each site to try to get traffic to your blog\n * Post images\n * Post quotes\n * etc.\n\n**process:** Strategically direct traffic to your story through social media platforms"},{"_id":"47ef1b176d6dab5e0d0000b1","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589604,"position":4,"parentId":"44a42b2f5a6a5c4a690000a4","content":"####Q3M4C4: Promoting your story on YouTube **[optional]**\n* Intro to YouTube\n* Best practices on YouTube\n* Make a video, possibly using a webcam: [Activity card](http://download.intel.com/education/easysteps/UseWebcam.pdf)\n* Post something on YouTube: [Activity card](http://download.intel.com/education/easysteps/UploadVideosUsingYouTube.pdf)\n\n\n**process:** Create and post a YouTube video extending your story"},{"_id":"44a43d095a6a5c4a690000b5","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589608,"position":4.5,"parentId":"44a3216f5a6a5c4a6900008b","content":"###Q3Boss: Assemble digital sharing toolkit and reflect\n\nReflection on the takeaway lessons from this Quest about online (and offline) sharing and creation.\n\n**consequential realization:** Appraise the value of well constructed messages and creative content for furthering goals."},{"_id":"4866c987cf3dbb15030000bc","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589611,"position":0.5,"parentId":"44a43d095a6a5c4a690000b5","content":"**Q3BossP1:** Assemble the digital sharing toolkit from deliverables"},{"_id":"45dffab7a244a6084d00007d","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589609,"position":1,"parentId":"44a43d095a6a5c4a690000b5","content":"**Q3BossP2:** Possibility journaling (and on SWC or WP website) on messages/creative content creation.\n* What did you learn about crafting a powerful message?\n* What was the power of the Internet in getting messages out? What were the biggest challenges to navigate?\n* How can you use the ability to craft messages and powerful stories online and offline in your everyday life? What agendas can you advance?"},{"_id":"44a4409e5a6a5c4a690000b6","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":787408,"position":5,"parentId":"44a2f6d45a6a5c4a69000070","content":"##Quest 4: Sampling Possibilities\nThe quest brings the newly connected players back to their own lives/selves with new eyes. Players will explore ways applying their current and future digital skills and connections - and digital media and the Internet more generally - to specific aspects of their lives in transformative ways. This quest is a series of moments illustrating through user stories how these skills can be taken forward. The connecting thread is building the ability to imagine, build, and advance the agendas of their various selves; players will document these possibilities throughout the Quest.\n \n[**note:** How can we better relate what is introduced in Q4 into Q5? Reorganization? Possibly the content diving trajectory and mostly a good narrative will create continuity. The NPCs that appear in here have been introduced throughout the previous Quests and these life areas were introduced in Q1 and reinforced along the way. By now the user has done quite a bit of thinking around the areas and specific goals within them.]\n\n**narrative:** As we near the city's center after a journey through new places, we reach places that feel more familiar; a health clinic, a school, market, etc. NPC's from previous quests appear again to tell stories of digital empowerment. \n\n**role:** Time traveller\n**target skills:** General domain specific literacies, networking, intro to PowerPoint, intermediate application literacy, critical thinking and problem solving\n**consequentiality:** Examine using digital skills and literacies in different aspects of their lives to advance their own agendas.\n**consequential deliverable:** Goals map with different life areas, strengths within them, and how to advance agendas within them through digital tools.\n"},{"_id":"460505bc872cb6be8c00007d","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":534354,"position":0.5,"parentId":"44a4409e5a6a5c4a690000b6","content":"###Q4M0: My life areas\n\n**note:** This whole quest needs to be more dynamic and varied, connecting to SWV community more - but there is so much content to cover, it needs to be thought through carefully]\n\n**concept:** Understanding key life areas that can be impacted through digital literacies/tools\n**conceptual deliverable:** PowerPoint to serve as tool for documenting digital media within life areas throughout Quest "},{"_id":"46052715872cb6be8c00007e","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589612,"position":1,"parentId":"460505bc872cb6be8c00007d","content":"####Q4M0C1: Brainstorm selves and life areas\n* Quickly brainstorm the areas in your life you are responsible for and can impact\n* Create PowerPoint: [PPT activity card resource](http://download.intel.com/education/easysteps/CreatePresentation.pdf)\n* List these areas on the first slide\n* Develop PPT structure with these slides: work, home, community, personal\n* Sort the areas listed into those areas\n\n**process:** Create PowerPoint to serve as tool for the Quest"},{"_id":"4607e767872cb6be8c000082","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589613,"position":1.5,"parentId":"460505bc872cb6be8c00007d","content":"####Q4M0C2: List your strengths and areas of growth\n* NPC discussion/examples of their own strengths and areas for growth\n* When addressing different areas of your life, what resources and personal strengths do you have to draw on?\n* In what ways do you feel growth is needed in these areas?\n* Quickly done - with timer? - since will be further added to throughout Quest\n* [Possibly in a SWOT]\n\n**process:** Add strengths and areas of growth in each life area"},{"_id":"4607fbaa872cb6be8c000083","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589614,"position":1.75,"parentId":"460505bc872cb6be8c00007d","content":"####Q4M0C3: Connections and networking\n* NPC: Connections can unlock new opportunities and level you up in different aspects of your life\n* List network connections as a distinct area of resources\n\n**process:** Add network connections within life areas to PPT"},{"_id":"455bc7cde313c7c16e000073","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589615,"position":2,"parentId":"460505bc872cb6be8c00007d","content":"####Q4M0C4: Prepare an argument\n\n* Can be based on a marketing presentation PPT: [Activity card](http://download.intel.com/education/easysteps/CreateSimpleMarketingPresentation.pdf)\n* Final slide to connect with boss: advancing an agenda\n\n**process:** Setup PPT to lead into argument for advancing an agenda"},{"_id":"44a4428b5a6a5c4a690000ba","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":533003,"position":0.75,"parentId":"44a4409e5a6a5c4a690000b6","content":"###Q4M1: Personal\n**concept:** Revisiting and expanding ways the Internet can connect to personal interests and needs\n**conceptual deliverable:** PowerPoint section on personal interests"},{"_id":"44a448225a6a5c4a690000c4","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589616,"position":1,"parentId":"44a4428b5a6a5c4a690000ba","content":"####Q4M1C1: Social sites\n* Revisit and expand social media possibilities\n* Leverage social media to expand your social circle\n\n**process:** Integrate previous work on social media into PPT"},{"_id":"44a448975a6a5c4a690000c5","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589617,"position":2,"parentId":"44a4428b5a6a5c4a690000ba","content":"####Q4M1C2: Keeping in touch\n* Communicating using apps\n* Social media, email, videoconferencing\n* Skype calling and document sharing [activity card](http://download.intel.com/education/easysteps/UseSkypeToShareDocuments.pdf)\n* Skype screen sharing [activity card](http://download.intel.com/education/easysteps/MakeVideoCallsShareScreen.pdf)\n[This is a highly valued skill so may want to highlight it earlier]\n* Sending e-cards: [Activity card](http://download.intel.com/education/easysteps/SendE-card.pdf)\n* [optional] Do one of the listed possbilities\n\n**process:** Map out ways to leverage network resources through digital communication on PPT"},{"_id":"44a449065a6a5c4a690000c6","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589618,"position":3,"parentId":"44a4428b5a6a5c4a690000ba","content":"####Q4M1C3: Self care\n* Finding online resources for health, wellness, and personal care\n* Finding or building community resources\n* Navigating resources\n\n**process:** Add self-care possibilities to PPT"},{"_id":"4605db96872cb6be8c00007f","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589619,"position":4,"parentId":"44a4428b5a6a5c4a690000ba","content":"####Q4M1C4: Finding other Affinity Spaces\n* Revisit what you have found\n* Additional interest communities to connect with\n\n**process:** Expand digital roadmap and integrate into PPT"},{"_id":"44a4410a5a6a5c4a690000b7","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":534201,"position":1,"parentId":"44a4409e5a6a5c4a690000b6","content":"###Q4M2: Work\n**concept:** Exploring ways to leverage technology to generate income and careers\n**conceptual deliverable:** PowerPoint section laying out work possibilities and general pathways"},{"_id":"44a443775a6a5c4a690000bb","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589620,"position":1,"parentId":"44a4410a5a6a5c4a690000b7","content":"####Q4M2C1: How do I make a living?\n* List job skills - before and after\n * Referring to Digital Futures Resume\n* List work possibilities\n* Employment pathways\n* Make Venn diagram:\n * What your good at\n * What you love to do\n * What you can get paid to do\n* Look at possibilities near the center\n* May not give immediate results but can serve as a tool for later\n\n**process:** Create employment Venn diagram in PPT"},{"_id":"44a443c65a6a5c4a690000bc","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589622,"position":2,"parentId":"44a4410a5a6a5c4a690000b7","content":"####Q4M2C2: Working for yourself\n* Intro to entrepreneurship\n* Business possibilities that others have taken up\n* Quick scaffolded process to generate ideas\n\n**process:** Generate list of business possiblities"},{"_id":"44a444185a6a5c4a690000bd","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589624,"position":3,"parentId":"44a4410a5a6a5c4a690000b7","content":"####Q4M2C3: Working for someone else\n* Building vocational skills\n* Networking for jobs\n* Create paper resume: [Activity card](http://download.intel.com/education/easysteps/CreateResume.pdf)\n * Discuss tailoring to specific jobs\n * Based on Digital Futures Resume\n\n**process:** Create usable resume for PPT"},{"_id":"44a441a85a6a5c4a690000b8","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":534240,"position":2,"parentId":"44a4409e5a6a5c4a690000b6","content":"###Q4M3: Home\n**concept:** Exploring ways to benefit family/household well-being through technology\n**conceptual deliverable:** PowerPoint section with plans for improving home management"},{"_id":"44a445ae5a6a5c4a690000c0","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589626,"position":0.5,"parentId":"44a441a85a6a5c4a690000b8","content":"####Q4M3C1: Personal/family Goal Setting\n* What are my personal/family goals?\n* Methods for establishing, documenting, and tracking goals\n\n**process:** Chart of goals, how to accomplish, ways to document"},{"_id":"44a444b75a6a5c4a690000be","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589627,"position":1,"parentId":"44a441a85a6a5c4a690000b8","content":"####Q4M3C2: Home Finances\n* Digital tools for improving finances\n* Design a plan for earning, spending, saving and investing:\n * Budgeting basics (spreadsheets)\n * [optional] Create a budget: [activity card](http://download.intel.com/education/easysteps/CreateBudget.pdf)\n * Making online purchases: [Activity card](http://download.intel.com/education/easysteps/MakeOnlinePurchase.pdf)\n\n**process:** High level plan for improving home finances"},{"_id":"44a445265a6a5c4a690000bf","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589628,"position":2,"parentId":"44a441a85a6a5c4a690000b8","content":"####Q4M3C3: Health\n* Health Literacy overview\n* Finding Health Resources\n* General plan\n\n**process:** Create high level plan for leveraging health resources"},{"_id":"45ab26c4638312ab2600007c","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589629,"position":2.5,"parentId":"44a441a85a6a5c4a690000b8","content":"####Q4M3C4: Education\n* Education possibilities and pathways\n* Looking back at employment pathways, what education can get me/us there?\n\n**process:** Map of education goals and pathways"},{"_id":"44a442115a6a5c4a690000b9","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":534322,"position":3,"parentId":"44a4409e5a6a5c4a690000b6","content":"###Q4M4: Community\n**concept:** Exploring ways to leverage technology to better connect with your immediate community \n**conceptual deliverable:** PowerPoint section on community"},{"_id":"44a447565a6a5c4a690000c3","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589630,"position":1,"parentId":"44a442115a6a5c4a690000b9","content":"####Q4M4C1: Giving back to my community\n* The concept of giving back - connect to something in their own community/culture\n* Volunteering and collaborating\n* NGO possibilities - search online\n* Other civic involvement possibilities\n\n**process:** Post in network about giving back"},{"_id":"44a446f85a6a5c4a690000c2","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589632,"position":2,"parentId":"44a442115a6a5c4a690000b9","content":"####Q4M4C2: Mentoring Others\n* What is a mentor? NPCs in this Journey. User can become one like them.\n* How to be a mentor\n* Mentoring possibilities\n\n**process:** Document pathways to becoming a community mentor"},{"_id":"44a446725a6a5c4a690000c1","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589634,"position":2.5,"parentId":"44a442115a6a5c4a690000b9","content":"####Q4M4C3: Citizenship\n* Document community needs and agendas\n* Create section exploring accessing government services\n* Civic engagement: ways to engage with government to further community agendas through technology\n\n**process:** Document community needs, relevant government entities, and how to connect the two through technology"},{"_id":"45dea943a244a6084d00007b","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":606153,"position":5,"parentId":"44a4409e5a6a5c4a690000b6","content":"###Q4Boss: Use your toolkit for advancing an agenda\n\nFinalize PowerPoint by linking strengths and opportunities in life areas to the skills/literacies acquired throughout this journey and beyond.\n\n**consequential realization:** Appraise the value digital tools for furthering specific agendas within your life."},{"_id":"4604ef47872cb6be8c00007c","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":534392,"position":1,"parentId":"45dea943a244a6084d00007b","content":"**Q4BossP1:** Finalize & share PPT\n* Final slide about furthering agendas through technology\n * This might be choosing an area in Q5, highlighting one from Q4, or coming up with an overarching vision.\n* How can I impact various aspects of my life through digital tools?\n* Share with SWC community\n * Possibly upload to Slideshare, Sliderocket, Google Docs, etc.\n * Link with high level summary on further their goals through technology "},{"_id":"44a4b8eb5a6a5c4a690000c7","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589494,"position":6,"parentId":"44a2f6d45a6a5c4a69000070","content":"##Quest 5: Realizing Opportunities\nThis final designed quest serves as a springboard to partner content. Starting with a reflection on the journey thus far as a way to examine growth and new skills developed, we then encourage exploration of additional content areas (new threads) created by partners and eventually including community created content. These are intended to inspire Future Possibilities and achievable goals that you can accomplish with your new skills and literacies.\n\n* note: the initial quests are for everyone, then players choose a track to follow. Players may come back to explore additional tracks.\n\n**narrative:** We arrive at the main city square and encounter (or are guided there by) the woman from Q1. There are many streets that branch out from there and we are free to choose one. She guides us down the one we choose and introduces us to the partner organization/NPC we will focus on.\n\n**role:** Digitally empowered explorer\n**consequentiality:** Evaluating ways to leverage digital literacies in our life through a deep dive into a specific area of digital literacy.\n**consequential deliverable:** Roadmap/toolkit for leveraging learning within your own life, in SWC or your own community as a mentor, and to connect with additional content. \n**target skills:** Intermediate domain specific literacy, networking, application literacy, critical thinking, and problem solving "},{"_id":"44a4bbcc5a6a5c4a690000c8","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":588538,"position":1,"parentId":"44a4b8eb5a6a5c4a690000c7","content":"###Q5M1: A Look Back\n**concept:** Reflecting on learning throughout the Journey and making a plan for a deep dive.\n**conceptual deliverable:** Plan and timeline for a deep dive into a track"},{"_id":"44a4d5715a6a5c4a690000cf","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589635,"position":1,"parentId":"44a4bbcc5a6a5c4a690000c8","content":"####Q5M1C1: Where have I gone on this journey?\n* Where did I begin? Review initial portfolio\n* Reflect on the journey thus far"},{"_id":"44a4d6065a6a5c4a690000d0","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589642,"position":2,"parentId":"44a4bbcc5a6a5c4a690000c8","content":"####Q5M1C2: What have I learned?\n* Create an updated portfolio\n* Highlight and reflect on your new skills and interests gained in this journey"},{"_id":"44a4d6805a6a5c4a690000d1","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589643,"position":3,"parentId":"44a4bbcc5a6a5c4a690000c8","content":"####Q5M1C3: How has this impacted my life?\n* Draft a personal achievement story in Word\n* Share in the SWC forums"},{"_id":"44a4d6e85a6a5c4a690000d2","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589644,"position":4,"parentId":"44a4bbcc5a6a5c4a690000c8","content":"####Q5M1C4: Where can I go next?\n* Choose a path to explore further\n* List of tracks with descriptions and questions\n* Exercise to base decision on crossover of skills, possibilities, and interests/passions\n* Create a timeline"},{"_id":"44a4bcdb5a6a5c4a690000c9","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":189590,"position":2,"parentId":"44a4b8eb5a6a5c4a690000c7","content":"###Q5 Track A: Employment"},{"_id":"46081f86872cb6be8c000084","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589645,"position":1,"parentId":"44a4bcdb5a6a5c4a690000c9","content":"####Q5AC1: What are my job possibilities?\n* Research the availability of jobs in their region\n* Document context/pathways for these jobs "},{"_id":"460831d3872cb6be8c000085","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589646,"position":2,"parentId":"44a4bcdb5a6a5c4a690000c9","content":"####Q5AC2: What jobs will I be good at?\n* Assess personal interests and dispositions that might align with these available jobs"},{"_id":"460832af872cb6be8c000086","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589647,"position":3,"parentId":"44a4bcdb5a6a5c4a690000c9","content":"####Q5AC3: What does it take?\n* Assess personal gaps in skills and literacies necessary for these jobs "},{"_id":"460833a9872cb6be8c000087","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589648,"position":4,"parentId":"44a4bcdb5a6a5c4a690000c9","content":"####Q5AC4: How do I get there?\n* Build strategy to close gaps "},{"_id":"46083488872cb6be8c000088","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589649,"position":5,"parentId":"44a4bcdb5a6a5c4a690000c9","content":"####Q5AC5: Am I on the right track?\n* Post to the SWC forums\n* Get advice and feedback "},{"_id":"460881a5872cb6be8c00008f","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589650,"position":6,"parentId":"44a4bcdb5a6a5c4a690000c9","content":"####Q5AC6: Further opportunities\n * Passing off to partner content "},{"_id":"44a4be5c5a6a5c4a690000ca","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":189591,"position":3,"parentId":"44a4b8eb5a6a5c4a690000c7","content":"###Q5 Track B: Entrepreneurship"},{"_id":"4608359e872cb6be8c000089","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589651,"position":1,"parentId":"44a4be5c5a6a5c4a690000ca","content":"####Q5BC1: Defining Entrepreneurship\n* Working with others\n* What is a business plan/sketch?"},{"_id":"46083b92872cb6be8c00008a","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589652,"position":2,"parentId":"44a4be5c5a6a5c4a690000ca","content":"####Q5BC2: Business Idea Development\n* Explore bases for business ideas (skills, interests, motivation, community needs, industries)\n* Family or small business\n* Create a mindmap to generate business ideas\n* Create ranking chart of business ideas"},{"_id":"46083e78872cb6be8c00008b","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589653,"position":3,"parentId":"44a4be5c5a6a5c4a690000ca","content":"####Q5BC3: Analyzing a Business Opportunity\n* Business Idea Survey Development\n* Collecting Survey Data\n* Analyzing your Business \n* Finalizing your Business Idea "},{"_id":"46084069872cb6be8c00008c","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589654,"position":4,"parentId":"44a4be5c5a6a5c4a690000ca","content":"####Q5BC4: Digital Marketing\n* Developing a Marketing Strategy\n* Branding and Advertising Your Business\n* Creating a Web site for Your \n"},{"_id":"4608413a872cb6be8c00008d","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589655,"position":5,"parentId":"44a4be5c5a6a5c4a690000ca","content":"####Q5BC5: Business plan sketch\n* Startup costs [activity card](http://download.intel.com/education/easysteps/CreateSimpleStartupCostsUS.pdf)\n* Bring together work for rough business plan\n* Present back to SWC platform fro feedback and discussion\n* Present in some way to physical community for feedback and discussion"},{"_id":"46084312872cb6be8c00008e","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589656,"position":6,"parentId":"44a4be5c5a6a5c4a690000ca","content":"####Q5AC6: Further opportunities\n* Passing on to partner content: Dream Builder?"},{"_id":"44a4bf475a6a5c4a690000cb","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":289844,"position":4,"parentId":"44a4b8eb5a6a5c4a690000c7","content":"###Q5 Track C: Health"},{"_id":"4621127b872cb6be8c000099","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589657,"position":1,"parentId":"44a4bf475a6a5c4a690000cb","content":"####Q5CC1: What is health literacy?\n* Defining health literacy and scope\n* http://www.cdc.gov/healthliteracy/gettraining.html"},{"_id":"4615817b872cb6be8c000091","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589658,"position":2,"parentId":"44a4bf475a6a5c4a690000cb","content":"####Q5CC2: How do I (and my family) stay healthy?\n* Search for and use health information\n* Adopt healthy behaviors\n* Act on important public health alerts."},{"_id":"46158298872cb6be8c000092","treeId":"44a2f4745a6a5c4a6900006d","seq":589659,"position":3,"parentId":"44a4bf475a6a5c4a690000cb","content":"####Q5CC3: How do I deal with healthcare systems?\n* Locating providers and services\n* 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