2023-2024 DISTRICT 93 VISION
00:36 Pathways Basic
03:07 Pathways Terms
05:12 A structure of the Path
08:50 Closer look to the Level 1 (Presentation Mastery)
11:11 Closer look to the Level 2 (Presentation Mastery)
12:10 Closer look to the Level 3 (Presentation Mastery)
13:24 Closer look to the Level 4 (Presentation Mastery)
14:18 Closer look to the Level 5 (Presentation Mastery)
20:30 Self-Quiz 20:54 Practice(Path Selection)
29:25 Practice(Accessing Base Camp)
30:25 Practice(Finishing a project)
45:20 Practice(Finishing the Level)
49:12 Q1) Any tips for simplifying and navigating the website?
55:08 Q2) I finished the project but the blue button still shows "launch"
01:00:37 Q3) How can I cancel a project?
01:06:10 Q4) I enrolled in 2 paths but I only can find just one path.
00:00 교육 소개
2:21 토스트마스터즈 소개
3:25 패스웨이즈 기초
11:48 실습 (toastmasters.org 소개)
15:50 실습 (패스 선택하기)
23:12 Q1) 패스 선택 후에 변경할 수 있나요? A1) (채팅창 답변) 패스 선택 후 30일 이내 토스트마스터즈 인터내셔널에 컨택하여 변경 가능. 자세한 내용은 패스웨이즈 FAQ 15번 항목 참고. https://www.toastmasters.org/education/pathways/frequently-asked-questions
23:40 Q2) 듀얼 멤버십의 경우 무료패스가 두개 제공되나요?
25:51 실습 (베이스캠프 접속하기)
43:00 실습 (참석자 베이스캠프 화면공유)
58:22 Q3) 프로젝트 순서를 바꾸어서 진행해도 되나요?
59:32 실습 (레벨1 달성 인증받기)
01:04:45 Q4) 연설 마친 후 베이스캠프에 어떻게 적용하나요?
01:05:34 Q5) 보통 레벨1 완료하는 데 시간이 얼마나 걸리나요?
01:10:04 Q6) 준비된 연설 진행 후 받았던 연설평가를 베이스캠프에서 확인할 수 있나요?
01:14:30 Q7) 제 베이스캠프 화면이 트레이너의 베이스캠프 화면과 다릅니다.
01:16:32 Q8) 패스웨이즈 매뉴얼에 따른 프로젝트를 수행하면 배지를 받을 수 있나요?
01:18:01 Q9) 클럽 모임별 담당했던 역할의 히스토리를 베이스캠프에서 확인할 수 있나요?
01:20:40 Q10) 베이스캠프에서 프로젝트별 진행일을 확인할 수 있나요?
01:22:16 Q11) 연설이 프로젝트와 같은 개념인가요?
01:22:34 Q12) 자기소개연설 이후 연설 진행 시, 참고해야 하는 정해진 단계가 있나요?
01:23:38 Q13) 레벨1을 마치기 위해서는 베이스캠프 레벨1에서 보이는 프로젝트를 수행해야 하나요?
01:30:19 Q14) 레벨1에서 레벨5까지 각 레벨별로 수행해야 하는 프로젝트의 개수를 알려주세요.
Pathways was introduced to District 93 on May 3, 2018.
District 93 was part of Region 13 at that time and the initial roll out date was postponed. Additionally there was a two year period for members to transition from the traditional program to Pathways. Since July 1, 2020, all members of District 93 have been required to complete projects within the Pathways program.
Base Camp is the online platform where Pathways can be managed.
You can find every resource you need in PDF format including project manuals, evaluation forms, certificates of completion, etc.
By default, the vice president education (VPE) will assume the role of Base Camp manager, however the club president and secretary also have access to Base Camp. The Base Camp manager helps facilitate your progress by verifying your level completion, approving requests and more.
In the event that the VPE isn’t able to perform these duties, or if a club does not have a VPE, the Base Camp manager responsibilities will be fulfilled by the club president or club secretary.
Each Path is comprised of 5 levels, with a total of 14 projects in one path. Please check the distribution of projects per level below.
(Level 1) 3 required
(Level 2) 3 required
(Level 3) 1 required + 2 electives
(Level 4) 1 required + 1 electives
(Level 5) 2 required + 1 electives
Presentation Mastery or 프레젠테이션 마스터하기
* Please note that Paths in English and Korean are recognized as separate Paths.
This path is focused more on speeches, and less leadership.
We highly recommend that all club members do Presentation Mastery as their first path.
You can share tips with each other much more effectively. Additionally, you can have more confidence in your 2nd path after completing PM.
Yes you can change your path if it has been less than 30 days since your purchase and if you haven’t completed Level 1. Otherwise, you will need to purchase additional paths for $20 (USD).
No! If you wish to work on several different Paths at the same time, it is up to you.
You can do one path at a time, but you also can do more than one path at a time. For more information, you can purchase additional paths for $20 (USD) at www.toastmasters.org
Yes, you can see them regardless of your current level by searching through the curriculum in Base Camp.
Every path has its own purpose, characteristics, and process. Some projects appear in multiple Paths.
Currently, there are about 60 projects, which make 11 paths with 14 projects each.
You may not want to focus on the manual guidance itself, but how to sync with your path’s purpose. For example, if you choose to do two paths such as Presentation Mastery and Engaging Humor, you might decide to create different Icebreaking speeches to align with the intent of each Path.
There are various types of leadership projects and the level and scale of the project is up to you. You can select any project you feel comfortable to start with. Example projects are:
In Pathways, you have the opportunity to develop your skills as a successful mentor.
All members in Pathways must complete the first project of the Mentoring Program in Level 2 called “Introduction to Toastmasters Mentoring”. Once Level 2 has been completed, members can request the remaining Pathways Mentor Program projects to complete at any time. These projects are free and are not required.
In the Pathways Mentoring Program, you’ll evaluate your goals and strengths as a mentor, then develop mentoring skills as you serve first as a short-term mentor and then as a long-term mentor.
The program includes resources to help you learn how to mentor successfully. Once you have completed all projects in the Pathways Mentoring Program and completed a full path, you will officially be a Pathways Mentor. This will be indicated in your profile in Base Camp.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Clubs should continue the process they currently use to mentor new and seasoned members. This does not replace what clubs do for mentoring, but provides an opportunity for members to develop more skills and experience in mentoring.
The Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM) award represents the highest level of educational achievement in Toastmasters.
To earn the DTM, you are required to:
* Please refer to the Distinguished Toastmaster Award Application for a complete list of requirements.
As the Speechcraft name implies, it was created to help people turn their speaking skills into a craft—to help them advance their professional and personal communication through a condensed version of the Toastmasters member experience. In a four-, six-, or eight-week program, participants, who are called Speechcrafters, have the opportunity to boost their confidence as they improve their communication, public speaking, and leadership skills, all within the safe environment of a Toastmasters club. After completing the course, they may be inspired to continue their Toastmasters journey by visiting or joining a club.
For more information, please visit www.toastmasters.org/education/speechcraft
The Youth Leadership Program is a workshop consisting of eight one- to two-hour sessions that enable young people under the age of 18 to develop their communication and leadership skills through practical experience. The program is presented during or after school, or on weekends. In the workshop, young people learn valuable skills including:
Participants in the Youth Leadership Program are selected by a sponsoring Toastmasters club or by a cooperating organization (such as a school). The workshops are structured for small group learning and are limited to 25 students. They are presented by a coordinator who attends each meeting. Meetings generally follow a format similar to that of a Toastmasters club meeting, with an announced agenda that includes practice in parliamentary procedure, prepared and impromptu speeches and the selection of presiding officers.
For more information, please visit www.toastmasters.org/education/youth-leadership-program
Club sponsors are those who help charter a new club.
Their duties include:
The names of sponsors appear on the Application to Organize which is sent to World Headquarters. The district director or club growth director can also appoint sponsors.
Club mentors receive the baton of support and development of the new club from the club sponsors. Club mentors are experienced members who may join the newly chartered club and provide support and guidance through the new club’s first six months to one year. They are the advisors and tutors for new clubs and have a great effect on the degree to which a new club succeeds. Their duties includ:
The names of mentors appear on the Application to Organize which is sent to World Headquarters. The district director or club growth director can also appoint mentors.
Club coaches are experienced Toastmasters who assist in rebuilding club membership and restoring club quality for a struggling club (having 12 members or less). A successful club coach will: