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"Connections Map"

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Summary

Participants analyze relationships among people current events, history, or literature to bring all perspectives to the forefront, including invisible or marginalized perspectives

Instructional Strategies

1. Have participants draw a connections map that identifies relationships people have with each other. 2. From that map, have them identify key decision-makers and people that might be missing or under-represented. 3. In an effort to more completely and deeply understand history, current events, or literature, have them bring the perspectives of people who have been invisible or in the margins into the center of the map.

Participant Tasks

1. Draw a connections map that identifies relationships people have with each other. 2. From that map, identify key decision-makers and people that might be missing or under-represented. 3. In an effort to more completely and deeply understand history, current events, or literature, bring the perspectives of people who have been invisible or in the margins into the center of the map

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