This section looks at the logistics for implementing my LIPD, including designing a model to support my own learning and a potential timeline.
System design to support my own learning
The main thing I learnt during my Bachelors with Gaia U, was that systems are essential to success and by paying attention and designing a model that could support my own learning, I could continue learning forever in an accelerated, effective way.
My masters is a clear way of 'stepping up' my own learning and pushing my strategic edges. Therefore designing a model to support this is crucial.
The below is an attempt to map my own learning systems. I have identified:
- Inputs > of information, observations and so forth, that I need to process effectively to learn.
- Outputs > how, following processing, this learning can be of service to the world
- Information management needs > What systems do I need in place to manage this huge amount of diverse information
- Elements needing tracking > what do I need to 'keep a tabs on' literally and practically. What if I track, will aid me in seeing patterns that can accelerate my own learning and understanding?
- Integrating resilience > how to ensure this system is resilient e.g. if I am travelling, I become very busy, if my computer breaks and so forth.
- Integrated time management > My tools & practices for managing my time effectively and in a healthy way
- Meeting my learning needs > This is how to optimise my learning styles that I identified through my capstone year, how to create a supportive learning environment and how to optimise my support systems.
Below is my MSc pre-capstone year timeline in regards to output patterns:
In conclusion, I hope that this output packet has served the function of describing my learning intentions and the design process I undertook to refine them. If you would like further clarification on any aspect of this report, please email me at email@example.com