Richard C. Clos MS IDT CEO Founder
Chrysalis Campaign, Inc. Florida the USA
Language i: English
Audience(s): Curriculum Developers, Administration, Educators
Short Session Description (one line):
Massive, Self-Sustainable Collaborative Learning. The unabridged version of UN HQ session on Education and Sustainable Development Goals SDGs presented 2/2016.
Full Session Description (as long as you would like):
This is an expanded version of the SDG and Education session presented at Sustainable Development Goals SDGs in the UN HQ. The unabridged version includes many of the issues, and heated complaints, brought in discussions after the session. Many of the issues focused around the sanitization of culture out of curriculum when culture is a driving force to learn and build communities.
The session provides a series of cases on how massive global collaborative learning events impact the work both in global reach (breadth) and (depth) in transformation perception and technology.
The session also covers massive cultural learning transformations in relation to poverty and self-perception. The US is used as a case of a poor colonial nation and becuase of learning events evoluted into a massive inventive force. In addition how massive learning events such as the Novel and Microsoft certification programs people entrenched markets, such as IBM’s computer monopoly.
These global learning events, such as Microsoft Cloud cell phone banking, create grounds for massive shifts in both how and what we learn.
This is relevant for a global educators to grasp because key student motivators are latent within the classroom on massive shifts.
UN SDGs is also a great framework for a student on becoming global social citizens.
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Richard Close MS IDT is a university instructional designer, author, published internationally and a learning strategist. Recently speaker and UN HQ on Education Sustainable Development Goals. The developer of the Global Learning Framework and Transformation Learning Framework and four speakers of GEC. Chrysalis Campaign, Inc. explore a way to liberate poverty through learning theory and practices.