Guidelines: Expedition Guide
What is the kuleana of a Expedition Guide?
- First and foremost, Mahalo!! for your willingness to serve as a GSDTFK Expedition Guide. This project cannot succeed without the generosity and support of our facilitators.
- Each Expedition Guide receives a $80 cash stipend. This is a small, but heartfelt mahalo for your support.
- Participants (Explorers) do not need to reserve a spot or RSVP. Expedition Guides welcome all Explorers to basecamp.
- Explorers are “dropping into” your basecamp because of your experience, skills, expertise, passion, knowledge and essential questions. You have something they need to make a difference TODAY for their students.
- There is no need to prepare slides, handouts, notes, or a lecture. Each 90-minute discussion is meant to be organic, spontaneous, and “just in time” professional growth.
- Please keep your session informal, but give equal time to everyone. The 90-minutes will go be very quickly.
- Use examples and anecdotes so explorers can imagine doing something concrete with their students on Monday.
- Keep it simple; keep it brief.
- Ensure and promote dialog, sharing, and collaboration.
- Your ultimate outcome is to help Explorers get stuff done TODAY for our keiki!!
- We humbly ask that you help us network Basecamps by posting to social media, and emailing your educator contact lists.