Hi my name is Stacey Clark. To me learning like life, is a journey. At no one point can we stop and say, "I know all that I need to know" and continue to grow as human beings. Learning is the catalyst for personal evolution. As long as we live, there are questions to be answered, problems to be solved and mysteries to be settled. That is what makes life , life. Everyone deserves the opportunity to learn, what they want to learn, where they want to learn and when they want to learn it... to evolve! Digital Learning and Leading can help to make learning both equitable and accessible to all. This is my learning journey, and you are welcome to join me in my own personal evolution. To follow my journey, I'm using the following categories: Define for insights and studies that helped me to define my work and why I am committed to doing it, Design to showcase the design processes I've learned in the DLL program and Create to showcase what I've actually created and what I am in the process of creating.
Why Define, Design, Create? Parallel to my Digital Learning and Leading studies, I've been independently curating my own minors in Human-Centered Design and Positive Psychology. I plan to use the innovative learning development and implementation skills I've learned in the DLL program to facilitate learning for others on how to use Design Thinking and Happiness to create a more authentic and happier life in a blended-learning environment. The motto and method I am using for creating and facilitating classes for my innovation project, Leap, Learn, Live is Define, Design, Create.
NOTE: Because I am starting a non-profit from the ground up and creating learning opportunities for volunteer facilitators and the program participants, you will notice that my Design and Create artifacts, speak to multiple audiences. I ask that you be patient with my process and know that each audience needs each type of communication. I also ask that you consider each artifact an example of what is required rather than viewing them as a cohesive set of artifacts focused on one audience.