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Techlearning > > 21st Century Skills: Will Our Students Be Prepared? > October 15, 2003

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October 15, 2003. Central to the reports recommendations is a call for schools to focus on six key elements of 21st century learning: Core Subjects: The authors reaffirm the importance of the core subjects identified by No Child Left Behind but challenge schools and policymakers to expand their focus beyond "basic competency" to understanding the core academic content at much higher levels. My students just had a film festival last week that over 500 community folks attended.

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Social media and the rise of fantasy sports

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Fantasy sports have played a huge role in shaping fans’ communities and conversations on social platforms. You compete based on the statistical performance of the players you’ve selected. million in 2003. So in early 2003, we’ve got over 15 million people playing fantasy sports online. Social media makes fantasy sports a global, connected community. Fantasy draft companies. How Top Fantasy Draft Companies Use Social Media.

Doug Johnson Website --Skills for the Knowledge Worker

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Offshore Outsourcing: Structural Changes, Big Impact,&# Gartner , July 15, 2003.) Standard 2 The student who is information literate evaluates information critically and competently. Doug Johnson. Writing, Speaking and Consulting on School Technology and Library Issues. Search.

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Personal Knowledge Management - Pollard

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I first got interested in the idea of bottom-up knowledge management, focused on the unique needs of each front-line employee, in 2003, my last year as Global Director of Knowledge Innovation for a major professional services firm. While we did not coin the term, what we use the term to mean has received considerable uptake in the KM community, and is starting to be used, at least in part and in pilots, in quite a few organization. Fast Company Blog. Intentional Communities.

How to Save the World - PKM An Update

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I first got interested in the idea of bottom-up knowledge management, focused on the unique needs of each front-line employee, in 2003, my last year as Global Director of Knowledge Innovation for a major professional services firm. While we did not coin the term, what we use the term to mean has received considerable uptake in the KM community, and is starting to be used, at least in part and in pilots, in quite a few organization. Fast Company Blog. Intentional Communities.

PKM and the Organization - Pollard

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Many companies that jumped early onto the KM bandwagon have all but abandoned it, while many organizations that waited are now repeating the mistakes of the pioneers. Organizations provided staff with access to the Internet, but most of those who were inclined to use it already had it at home and were using it there, without the restrictions imposed by the company -- so that, too, was of marginal benefit. Fast Company Blog. Intentional Communities. Fast Company.