|Wednesday, April 4, 2012|
The New York Times today has a piece on by Randall Stross titledComputer Science for the rest of us discussing the growing movement to have computer science courses that build’s on Jeannete Wing’s paper on computational thinking. I would argue that it’s not computer science for the “rest of us” but for everyone. From basic science to the humanities, understanding essentials of computer science has become more important to student’s understanding of the world than the calculus is. In fact, while I think calculus certainly has value from the hard to social sciences, its more essential that students have an understanding of computer science.
firstname.lastname@example.org: Can you help girls co-create sustainability's 3 billion new jobs: renew every community, renew planet, humanise exponential impacts of 1000 times more commnstech than 1946 ? Most exciting times to be alive : Over next decade (3 generations – half of world being girls & boys under 30, their parents and grandparents) will determine whether human race is sustainable.
Do you see why education must change way beyond 300 hundred old classrooms to empower girls to explore far more than history can examine? NB by 1969 about 12 times more comstech had led a small network of men to race to the moon while almost half of girls were too poor to have access to electricity grids let alone any progress of 250 years of Industrial Revolution. Inspired by miraculous developments in China and Bangladesh, GirlsBeltRoad invites every community to celebrate going beyond win-lose era of colonisation and carbonisation. Diarise sustainability's urgent search for world record jobs creators; empower girls to lift up half the sky by transforming orbits of education and economies back to celebrating sutsainability of everyone. Recommendation listen to why China's richjest technologist values LoveQ then dare to play the WRJC game of fives with everyone you network with. Girls stories of goodwill's 7 social wonders in on : bankers, food workers, health servants, educators, hi-trust media designers, disaster relief connectors, public service.
Sunday, December 31, 1972
since observing a uk version of khan academy in 1972...
youth worldwide elearning agenda update year 44 month 56
youth worldwide elearning agenda update year 44 month 56
elearning africa in addis ababa has happened - what learning agendas like clean energy ethioipa wants to be world epicentre of or not? the whole country's sustainability has already been bet on this so it better become youths number 1 learning collaboration centre
modslities of elearning - radio, video, ... is it possible to document one best of example for each of the main modes of yazmi as main sponsor of elearning africa for last 2 years--one example i am aware that women4empowerment says satellite radio weekly casting is indispensable to Joywo in Kenya but i am not clear if that case is live yet
subjects putting elearning at crossroads of millennials sustainability year 2015
3a community health care the most relevant topic in world as far as jim kim's life is concerned-such a serious failure not yo have already connected that I wonder why any major potential shareholder would ever consider yazmi if we fail this year -anyone who doesnt understand this deadline doesnt understand paul farmer's social innovation deadlines which is something any friend of mine cannot afford to breach
3b worldwide peace curricula by which i mean peace as its taught be geopolitically by separated nations doesnt help youth especially girls; peace as its linked in by worldwide trust figures ought to be yazmi prime time if yazmi is to be in top 3 elearning platforms because it before all goodwill cultures (the pop agenda of 30 interfaith leaders the pope has asked t meet off camera)
3c friends have brainstormed several compelling reasons why every youth with a future should demand a chinese-english corner accessible 24/7- ie whichever of these 2 language as as well as their own national one they should be helped practice in every way- one example is imagine if the outlet isnt schools but youth themselves in chinese-english collaboration cafes; the youth could meet at the cafes and have a next module stimulus beamed down by yazmi but practice together or skype with a twin cafe in the other language- potentially this content needs distributing in both satellite and mobile wi-fi mode
whats not needed is huge content first - whats needed is promise to youth that yazmi will linkin everyone prepared to help this goal; IDEA 3c has a june 29 deadline- is yazmi committed to it or not?- we have access to many hundred chinese families and teachers on mall in dc june 30 to july 4 if yazmi is committed to it- this is a once in a dc lifetime opportunity
Monday, January 31, 1972
Pattern rules of economics designed to develop all of places' peoples
0 Pattern rules emerged in architecture as practical open system findings that have been seen so often that it is best to design them into a building's blueprint unless in a specific cases a transparent reason for overruling the pattern is signed by the architect. For example people thrive in buildings which optimise access to windows and natural light.
1 Economists rule over what future is possible for a places peoples
2 What you measure isnt only what you behaviorally get but what exponentially compounds (goodwill or badwill of a culture both within its territory of origin and across borders)
2 There are 2 segments of economists: those whose goal is to exponentially sustain next generation's livelihoods and those with another goal
3 You can tell who's economics who by whether an economist accepts the hippocratic oath of ending poverty - that is relentlessly searching to end systems that contain traps of a segment of the populace from birth into next to no chance of healthy livelihood development
4 To be socially true to most parent's commitment to seeing their next generation freed by more opportunities than their own generation, capital needs to be structured so that family's savings sustain tis bottom-up design rule out of every community
Pro-youth Pattern rule 4 would need to be core of the human quest for transforming economics very foundations as the post-industrial revolution started up in 1946, This era of unprecedented innovation is characterised by a doubling budget on global village communications infrastructures every 7 years. To navigate this greatest of all communications revolutions in human productivity The Economist coined the curriculum of entrepreneurial revolution from 1972 - a time when the preceding 7 years first in the world - eg moon landing, satellites, silicon chips and open learning network experiments -made it clear that spends on death of distance infrastructures would conitnue doubling to 2030. The 64 trillion dolar question of ER emerged : Would pro-youth economists peacefully and sustainably mediate the world while this biggest ever gamble of 4000 times more spent on open system transformation exponentially rushed forward around the human race
These development economic pattern rules were diarised repeatedly in the The Economist's first 150 years. The paper had been founded by a Scot James Wilson to mediate end of hunger and end of capital abuse of youth by severely questioning leaders from 1843 onwards out of London then the world's epicentre of industrial revolution One other notable source is Keynes and the period 1933 to 1943. They hoped that the coming of world war 2 would be seen as the peak of ignorant nations designed around power of extracting from other nations those resources on which industrial growth's zero-sum game spun. By the 1930s, somewhat under half of the world's populace had started enjoying anywhere up to 200 times more wealth and health than subsistence levels prior to industrial revolution, while the rest of the world's peoples were trapped without the energy and other infrastructures needed to develop beyond subsistence. In spite of world war 2 being at a peak, 1943 saw The Economist publish in book form a centenary biography -the most educated reference to what socially actionable economics had discovered through the era of industrial revolution
James was an alumni of Adam Smith's moral imperatives and interpreted markets as only free when they multiplied trust of those who produced as well as those who demanded. An international banking scam of the early 1700 had caused
to become a failed nation with the result that it was colonised by London.
A place whose peoples had led Europe in its budget
allocations to education became a development wilderness. Over half of Scots
had to emigrate by 1943 to find livelihoods. This also made Scotland
one of the first diaspora nation with a majority of Scots living in worldwide
networks outside of scotland
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