This graphic is part of an essay that you can read at this link. It describes a need to share ideas from the Tutor/Mentor Institute, LLC with a growing number of people in Chicago and around the country if we are to achieve long-term success in connecting larger numbers of inner city K-12 youth with adult tutors/mentors through well-organized non-school and school-based tutor/mentor programs.
What is Network Analysis? If you have not thought much about network analysis, or how networks of people need to work together to solve complex problems, the links below provide a path for your learning.
How does this impact youth? If you would like to follow our progress in mapping and understanding the Tutor/Mentor Connection network which has grown since 1975 when founder Dan Bassill began his leadership of a volunteer-based tutor/mentor program in Chicago, follow the links below.
Understand Geographic Mapping, Too. Tutor/Mentor Connection has piloted uses of GIS maps since 1994. See ideas here, here, and here.
Links to follow: * Social Network Analysis Workspace for Tutor/Mentor Institute, LLC and Tutor/Mentor Connection - here
* Read report showing analysis of 1994-2014 Tutor/Mentor Conferences by IVMOOC2015 team at Indiana University. Looking for researchers who will do follow up on this work
New advances in network mapping - since 10/5/12 This is an interactive map showing participants of several Facebook groups that I'm part of. If you enter "Dan Bassill" in the search box you can see where Dan is on the map and who he is connected with. http://www.q1000.ro/livingbridges/ Since Dan is founder and president of Tutor/Mentor Connection and Tutor/Mentor Institute, LLC this map shows people he is connecting with to share ideas and build support for volunteer-based tutor/mentor programs in Chicago and around the world.