Knowledge e-Portfolio Questions

Knowledge e-Portfolio Questions

    In your e-Portfolio, answer the following questions:

    In your mobilization e-Portfolio, answer these questions that are attributed to the 'Who has Knowledge' section in your form:

    • Who are the important knowledge-holders you can think of in your community? What are the different perspectives that should be represented? How might you work collectively to share this knowledge?

    In your mobilization e-Portfolio, answer these questions that are attributed to the Relationality section on your form.

    • Think about the communities you are a part of and that you work with. How would you demonstrate accountability to them? How would you build that relationship?

    In your mobilization e-Portfolio, answer these questions that are attributed to the Assessing a Situation section on your form.

    • What is the value for your mobilization project of working together with others? What do they bring to the project?
    • Who has that knowledge?
    • How would you use that knowledge as your mobilization process continues, or even when it is over, to understand your successes?

    In your mobilization e-Portfolio, answer these questions that are attributed to the Knowledge During Action section on your form.

    • What practices have you used that help you gather and keep the knowledge you learn while doing your work?
    • What new ideas can you think of that might help you develop this skill and preserve and share the knowledge you learn?

    In your mobilization e-Portfolio, answer these questions that are attributed to the Reflection After Action section on your form.

    • When are the appropriate times in your mobilization for your group to pause and reflect on how you’re doing? How will you facilitate time and space for that reflection?
    • How might you evaluate what you’ve done to make sure you’ve met your goals? What will you need to do before and during your action to make it possible to evaluate it?

    In your mobilization e-Portfolio, answer these questions that are attributed to the Critical Thinking section on your form.

    • What is an assumption that you have about your community or the issue that you are raising?
    • How would you test that assumption?
    • What would convince you that your assumption is false?

    In your mobilization e-Portfolio, answer these questions that are attributed to the Transparency, Privacy, Accountability section on your form.

    • What are the most important ways that you can be transparent about your work, both in gathering knowledge and in carrying out your mobilization? With whom do you need to be transparent?
    • What are some privacy challenges that collecting knowledge or carrying out your project might raise? How will you address these?
    • What are some ways you might acknowledge the people who have shared knowledge with you?

    In your mobilization e-Portfolio, answer these questions that are attributed to the But Why? Approach section on your form.

    • What do you think of how they handled the situation? What would you have done differently?
    • Have you encountered a problem whose solution was not as simple as thought of initially?
    • What additional tools would you use to make sure that the proposed solution is the right one?

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