On first appearances people hearing of and checking on Hodges' model may think "Oh! another mind mapping 'tool'.
I've tried to highlight the profound difference and the need to research Hodges' model and other similar approaches (Wilber) on the blog:
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I would appreciate any sources anyone can point me to that indicates at what age youngsters can use a conceptual framework like Hodges' model.
Or, if you could try to apply the model in a relevant class that would be excellent.
I can provide some advice, references and paper-based resources and would be interested in writing a brief paper if at all possible. Happy to collaborate regards lesson plans - this may be an appropriate exercise for a student teacher?
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The blog include a link to a 30 minute audio podcast.
Many thanks for your time.
Peter Jones h2cmng at yahoo.co.uk
*Hodges model is a personal (public domain) initiative*
Clinical Specialist: NHS Care Record Service Project / Informatics
Lancashire Care NHS Trust
& Clinical Information Standards Manager
NHS Information Standards Board [temp]
Hodges' Health Career - Care Domains - Model
h2cm: help 2C more - help 2 listen - help 2 care
Our site and blog -
Originally created in the UK by Brian E Hodges (Ret.) at Manchester Metropolitan University -
Hodges' Health Career - Care Domains - Model [h2cm]
- can help map health, social care and OTHER issues, problems and solutions. The
model takes a situated and multi-contextual view across four knowledge domains:
Our links pages cover each care (knowledge) domain e.g. SCIENCES:
The blog includes a link to a 30 minute audio podcast.
Hodges' model - UK health and social care
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