Pathways Learning Experience

Pathways Learning Experience District 96 Club Management Curriculum Facilitator(s):

Maureen McBeath, Janice Parkinson Date: October 22, 2018 Complete Level 1 Agenda

Introduction Walkthrough Q&A Introduction Who are we?

Toastmaster members before/after March 20, 2018 What are we talking about? How to do the Ice Breaker How to complete Level 1

Example questions to be answered today 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Can I go back to my project once Ive finished it? (yes) How many speeches in Level 1? (4) How does the Ice Breaker get marked complete? (slides 17-21) How does the Level get marked complete? (slides 23-27) Which speeches can transfer from the traditional Program to

Pathways? (icebreaker) 6. Can one speech count toward more than one project? (no) 7. ______ 8. ______ Learning Objectives

By the end of this module, you should be able to: Launch a project Complete a project Complete a level Level One: Four speeches, one evaluation

Ice Breaker (4 6 min) Introduce yourself (Optional, share why you joined TM)

Evaluation and Feedback part 1: Speech (5 7 min) Deliver a speech on any topic

Evaluation and Feedback part 2: Speech (5 7 min) Repeat the last speech, incorporating evaluation feedback

Evaluation and Feedback part 3: Evaluation (2 3 min) Evaluate a speech a member will evaluate your evaluation

Researching and Presenting (5 7 min) Deliver a speech using research and sources Login to toastmasters.org

Go to Base Camp Open my Education Transcript Open my path curriculum

Launch my Ice Breaker project Maximize my popup window Work through the project in sequence

Print the evaluation form Deliver the speech at your club Reopen your project in Base Camp

Navigate to Assess Your Skills-After Submit your self-assessment Congratulations!

The Ice Breaker is completed! Level One - Complete Three Projects

Project 1 : Ice Breaker (4 6 min) Introduce yourself (Optional, share why you joined TM) Must be completed first

Project 2: Evaluation and Feedback

Part 1: Speech (5 7 min) Deliver a speech on any topic Part 2: Speech (5 7 min) Repeat the last speech, incorporating evaluation feedback

Part 3: Evaluation (2 3 min) Evaluate a speech a member will evaluate your evaluation Project 3: Researching and Presenting (5 7 min) Deliver a speech using research and sources Can be done before project 2 if desired

Mark Level One complete in Base Camp Receive an email after Level is approved View Certificate for Level 1 completion

View (and Print) Certificate of Completion Receive an Education Award Celebrate a new designation

Start on Level 2 Review of Objectives By the end of this module, you should be able to: Launch a project

Complete a project Complete a level I will Statements Write one (or more) specific actions you will take based on the material

Describe the benefit you or others will receive Example: I will complete level one of my path in the next 3 months so that I can progress with my Toastmasters Education

Additional References and Resources You can find more information at the following links: https://www.toastmasters.org/pathways-overview/ice-breaker An excellent video of this process created by District 21 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UBLQU6q0k2Q

Evaluations We want feedback on WWWwhat went well EBIeven better if Please take a few minutes to fill out comments

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