Taking a cue from David Jakes and Dean Shareski's presentation at NECC, I started thinking about how we might craft an educational change message that is more accessible to the general public. Early conversations about what the change is and the mechanics of change are underway here and here. But what is that "front piece"? Where is the eye catcher? How do we get the attention of the public and this campaign and that campaign so that the conversations and hard work can begin? If we were to launch a public service campaign today--put a "face"' on that change-- what would it LOOK like?
I was on a mission today to begin visualizing my thoughts. Here are a couple of first attempts that are not meant to be definers of change, but rather front pieces that might enable the conversation. And I want to know, what do you visualize? Perhaps this should be a meme tag...any takers?
Let the sky be her limit.
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1. Hitchin' A Ride by H.A.P on Flickr. Uploaded July 3, 2007. Accessed July 12, 2008. Creative Commons License 2.0 Attribution, Noncommercial, No Derivatives
2. dkad through broken glass by two stout monks on Flickr. Uploaded June 15, 2008. Accessed July 12, 2008. Creative Commons License 2.0 Attribution, Noncommercial