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Hospital 'abused' vulnerable adults in Durham - BBC News
The 17-bed hospital is one of scores of such units in England that provide care for just below 2,300 adults with learning disabilities and autism. [...] Dr Paul Lelliott, deputy chief inspector of hospitals at the CQC, told Panorama: "On this occasion it is quite clear that we did not pick up the abuse that was happening at Whorlton Hall.

"All I can do is apologise deeply to the people concerned."

The Department for Health and Social Care said it treated allegations of abuse with the "utmost seriousness", but could not comment any further because of the police investigation.

Many are detained under the Mental Health Act.

[...]

The Panorama findings come eight years after abuse was uncovered at another hospital for people with learning disabilities, Winterbourne View, near Bristol.

After that programme, the then prime minister, David Cameron, promised the mistreatment of patients would never happen again.
NHS  Austerity  Privatisation  CQC  oversight  self-regulation  regulation  regulators  mental  health  CAMHS  Disabled  Autism  disability  learning  culture  dignity  humanity 
may 2019 by asterisk2a
UK's 'cruel and harmful policies' lack regard for child hunger, says NGO | Society | The Guardian
'Broken' care system for most vulnerable
Patients with mental health problems, autism and learning disabilities are being let down by a "broken" care system, a report warns.

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) says it knows of at least 62 adults and children that have been living in segregation in mental health hospitals for long periods of time.

Health Secretary Matt Hancock, who commissioned the work, said he was appalled by the distressing stories.

He promised cases would be reviewed.

The CQC found some of the wards were not suitable environments for people with autism and many staff lacked the necessary training and skills to work with patients with complex needs and challenging behaviour.

https://www.theguardian.com/education/2019/may/20/a-national-shame-headteachers-voice-anger-about-pupils-hunger - Schools confirm Human Rights Watch findings government is failing children in poverty
UK  austerity  poverty  trap  childhood  hunger  mental  health  vulnerable  duty  of  care  gov  NHS  children  education  policy  Council  CQC  safety  Autism  disabled  learning  disability  staff  crisis  staffing  training  CAMHS 
may 2019 by asterisk2a
(1927) How I ranked 1st at Cambridge University - The Essay Memorisation Framework - YouTube
active recall
spaced repetition
spider diagrams
flash cards
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ukLnPbIffxE - How to study for exams - Evidence-based revision tips
learning  technique  Essay  Memorisation  HowTo  revision  tips  exam  study 
april 2019 by asterisk2a
Wie (fast) jeder zum Genie werden kann | SPIEGEL Plus
Der amerikanische Physiknobelpreisträger Carl Wieman feiert große Erfolge mit einer Ausbildungsmethode, die auf "aktives Lernen" setzt. Wie funktioniert's?
&! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GdNzv8PUwzM - Interactive learning in practice - The Carl Wieman science education initiative
&! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HioLgQ2KxsQ - Teaching Excellence Summit 2018: improving how universities teach – a scientific approach
- pre-class reading, problem solving, followed by discussion
>> Students are thinking, direct exchange with expert
&! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UrAokmBWzng - Teaching Students to Think Like Physicists. Carl Wieman. Nobel Prize in Physics 2001 UCM
- Learner must practice making decisions (not just knowledge acquisition). Application of knowledge

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https://www.spiegel.de/gesundheit/diagnose/gedaechtnis-coaching-aktives-lesen-und-erzaehlen-a-1267239.html
childhood  parenting  parenthood  learning  teaching  methods  Knowledge  e-learning  MOOC  practice 
february 2019 by asterisk2a
England’s schools face staffing crisis as EU teachers stay at home | Education | The Guardian
Fears that uncertainty over Brexit will hit language learning after 25% drop in applications from EU citizens
Brexit  Education  policy  staffing  staff  crisis  NHS  EU  language  learning  Austerity 
january 2019 by asterisk2a
(9120) Why fascism is so tempting -- and how your data could power it | Yuval Noah Harari - YouTube
Data & Tech now asset. Dictatorships more efficient in 21st century. Algorithms know you better than you yourself. human feelings - manipulated! elections turn into emotional puppet show "spectacle of society" / "they hack our feelings" // vanity - Status Anxiety Alain de botton / facism exploits our vanity
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june 2018 by asterisk2a
"aktives Lernen": Wie die Ausbildungsmethode funktioniert - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Der amerikanische Physiknobelpreisträger Carl Wieman feiert große Erfolge mit einer Ausbildungsmethode, die auf "aktives Lernen" setzt. Wie funktioniert's? /// life is no multiple choice test
education  policy  Schools  University  College  learning  writing  knowledge  Google  AI  creativity 
february 2018 by asterisk2a
Babbage: Elevated intelligence by The Economist
min 8. Factory Automation, much more faster than expected. bc of AI, augmented AI, cheap sensors, computing power, networking (cloud). Amazon runs contest to automate (robot) its warehouse. machine learning. year on year development costs lower. thus investments get more affordable year on year. [...] 1 take out labour functions (mindless assembly), enhance productivity / 2 eliminate labour arbitrage (globalisation) - China, South Asia, Africa. Thus assemble in home country where you sell. [...] Countries have to move up the value chain! Germany, UK, America, ... China!!! Mittelstand got to innovate and disrupt itself.
Amazon  Zalando  AI  sensor  augmented  intelligence  Artificial  machine  learning  automation  robotics  technological  unemployment 
october 2016 by asterisk2a
Google Just Open Sourced TensorFlow, Its Artificial Intelligence Engine | WIRED
It’s not selling access to its deep learning engine. It’s open sourcing that engine, freely sharing the underlying code with the world at large. This software is called TensorFlow, and in literally giving the technology away, Google believes it can accelerate the evolution of AI. Through open source, outsiders can help improve on Google’s technology and, yes, return these improvements back to Google. “What we’re hoping is that the community adopts this as a good way of expressing machine learning algorithms of lots of different types, and also contributes to building and improving [TensorFlow] in lots of different and interesting ways,” says Jeff Dean, one of Google’s most important engineers and a key player in the rise of its deep learning tech.
AI  artificial  intelligence  machine  learning  augmented  intelligence  Big  Data  deep  learning  Open  Source  Platform  Open  Platform 
november 2015 by asterisk2a
Udacity Marks 1,000 Graduates from Online Education ‘Nanodegrees’ | Re/code
“I direct my work not towards what I’m best at, but where there’s impact,” Thrun said. “If you can build a self-driving car, that’s great. But if you can teach people to build a self-driving car, that’s even better.” // along the lines of great minds with small ideas (yet another consumer-entertainment-escapism product).
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october 2015 by asterisk2a
Alexander Markowetz: "Digitaler Burnout" | Kulturjournal | NDR - YouTube
- Notifications = are Dopamine rush. ... Addiction. //&! youtu.be/xkP5PEllQg0 - Can teens cope without their smartphones? --- talk about wanting to be in the know, being notified as it happens << express for need of Dopamine rush! //&! Book The Information Diet
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september 2015 by asterisk2a
Debating Online Higher Education: Sebastian Thrun and Niall Ferguson - YouTube
- how do we learn? w books. w peers. and in groups. sometimes informal. proximity to like mineded (discussion, debate). << deep engagement! MOOC's don't do that. MOOC's are no magic bullet. // completion (intent) vs aspiration (as consumer). // still need online education & democratisation of education, accessible to all! // // &! bv.ms/1JaTUQ8 - It's appropriate that that schools should try to prepare children for life in the 21st century, but there's no way they can be sure life won't change as dramatically in the next decade as it did in the last 20 years. It makes sense to keep to basics. //&! Barbara Oakley: "Learning How to Learn" | Talks at Google - youtu.be/vd2dtkMINIw // &! bit.ly/1QEwedc - Computers 'do not improve' pupil results, says OECD - &! bbc.in/1Kqbhyf
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september 2015 by asterisk2a
Five years, building a culture, and handing it off. - Laughing Meme
Nothing we know [ about X ] should be assumed to be true. // Technology is the product of the culture that builds it. // If you want to build for the long term, the only guarantee is change. Invest in your people and your ability to ask questions, not your current answers. Your current answers are wrong, or they will be soon. // Software development should be thought of as a cycle of continual learning and improvement rather a progression from start to finish, or a search for correctness. If you aren’t shipping, you aren’t learning. If it slows down shipping, it probably isn’t worth it. Maturity is knowing when to make the trade off and when not to. // You build a culture of learning by optimizing globally not locally. Your improvement, over time, as a team, with shared tools, practices and beliefs is more important than individual pockets of brilliance. And more satisfying. [ anti-Rock Star dev philosophy ] [ book by Red Hat CEO Open Organization ]
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september 2015 by asterisk2a
What disruptive innovation means by The Economist
EVERY so often a management idea escapes from the pages of the Harvard Business Review and becomes part of the zeitgeist. In the 1990s it was “re-engineering”. Today it is “disruptive innovation” // innovators dilemma - blue ocean //
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august 2015 by asterisk2a
The Math Behind SaaS Startup Valuation | TechCrunch
One of the most critical metrics for software companies — but also one of the most difficult to measure — is the lifetime value of their customers (LTV). The lifetime value dictates how a company should spend its marketing and sales dollars. Unfortunately, many early stage startups struggle to measure LTV, because they haven’t been around very long and, consequently, haven’t seen a large number of customers through their lifespans with the product. // &! http://techcrunch.com/2015/08/29/the-saas-success-database/
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august 2015 by asterisk2a
What to Make of Amazon's Work Practices? | Bothsides of the Table
It’s best encapsulated in a famous Jeff Bezos quote, “You can work long, hard or smart, but at Amazon.com you can’t choose two out of three,” [...] Try working at Goldman Sachs, [...] You think it’s different at any of the top consulting firms? [...] You see organizations like these thrive on large pools of some of the country’s best and brightest graduates that trade off 2-5 years of work experience under extreme pressure in exchange for skills, experiences & relationships that will last a lifetime. [Accelerated Learning] [...] Think its a cake walk working @ any of the countries top law firms? [...] Should we do an article on what it’s like to be a medical resident? How abt working in the US military? Chief of Staff for a major political figure? What abt a top athlete in the NFL or NBA or even part of the coaching staff. Think they dont have work/life balance challenges in a field theyve chosen to work in? [#Top 100 of X vs avg white- or blue-collar worker ] [what u optimize for?]
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august 2015 by asterisk2a
Pando: A good problem to have: Andy Dunn and Phil Libin talk about the difficult decision to fire themselves
At the beginning of your company when you are always a couple of months away from going out of business and every crisis is an existential crisis, because all you’re trying to do is optimize for staying alive. That is the happiest and simplest time in your company… everything else is in the good problem to have category, which is like “Good news, you’re kind of successful that’s why you’re having it. Bad news is it’s more stressful than anything else before.” &! As a founder your instinct is to put something new in the world... you start a company because you are irreverent. You start a company because you want to create something out of nowhere, and the paradox is that if you are successful with that, and then a job evolves from an act of creativity and irreverence. Focus and execution and scaling become equally important as [creativity and irreverence]. You have to ask yourself am I a fit for what the job requires?
Start-Up  lesson  Start-Up  advice  MVP  Product/Market  Fit  Minimal  Viable  Product  scaling  Problem  Solving  accelerated  learning  Failure 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
Sebastian Thrun’s Big Business Model Shift — The Information
The Udacity CEO says the online education company has expanded revenues and achieved a profit by abandoning its initial model of charging for courses because only two percent of people were completing them. The new model of “nanodegrees” is better economically—so far.
MOOC  online  learning  e-learning 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
Do You Trust Larry Page? - Stratechery by Ben Thompson
Given the fact that Alphabet née Google is the second most valuable enterprise in the world, it’s striking to consider Larry Page’s 2014 assessment of the company he co-founded with Sergey Brin: I think we’ve not succeeded as much as we’d like. [...] Even Google’s famously far-reaching mission statement, to “organise the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful”, is not big enough for what he now has in mind. The aim: to use the money that is spouting from its search advertising business to stake out positions in boom industries of the future, from biotech to robotics. [...] Googles non-social approach to advertising vs Facebook and everyone else ] [ ad world begins finally to shift away from TV & other legacy forms & FB/Google are main beneficiaries coming years of changing ad spend ] [ Page/Brin want 2 lead the org 2 a new frontier. A new Google Search. &they think they a near it, ie self-driving car, that they think the timing is right NOW ]
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august 2015 by asterisk2a
Jessica Lahey’s ‘The Gift of Failure’: A Fear of Risk-Taking Has Destroyed Kids’ Love of Learning - The Atlantic
When Success Leads to Failure. The pressure to achieve academically is a crime against learning. [...] Above all else, we taught her to fear failure. That fear is what has destroyed her love of learning. [...] Is that what we want? Kids who get straight As but hate learning?
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august 2015 by asterisk2a
Stanford’s John Hennessy Says Online Learning Has Some Way to Go | MIT Technology Review
Stanford’s president questions whether online learning can match traditional instruction in motivating students.
MOOC  online  learning  e-learning  intrinsic  motivation 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
Sleep sharpens power to recall memories, study finds | Life and style | The Guardian
Sleep almost doubles chances of remembering previously forgotten information, according to new research // Recovery needed like any other muscle.
sleep  hygiene  productivity  education  policy  learning  brain  neuroscience  neurobiology  neurology 
july 2015 by asterisk2a
Empire of the geeks | The Economist
Silicon Valley should be celebrated. But its insularity risks a backlash [...] Critics are often from industries wanting to protect their privileges; the geeks’ aggressive behaviour is sometimes part of the creative destruction that leads to progress. But that is not the only source of anger. Silicon Valley also dominates markets, sucks out the value contained in personal data, and erects business models that make money partly by avoiding taxes. There is a risk that global consumers will feel exploited and that the effects of a shrinking tax base will infuriate voters. If the perception takes root that enormous profits from exploiting data and avoiding taxes are crystallised in the fortunes of a few people living on a patch of ground near San Francisco, then there will be a backlash." // recent emergence of marketplace for X and gig platform for X - 1099 Economy etc etc, making money with our data - Facebook.
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july 2015 by asterisk2a
Don't fear failure, unlock your inner creativity, and say yes | Don Dodge | TEDxAthens - YouTube
risk of failure greater than the chance of success. // Success is not final, failure is not fatal. Courage to move forward, counts. Move every day. None is giving you a free ride/lunch. // achieving 60% of the impossible is better than 100% of the ordinary! // NO TO INCREMENTALISM !!! // there are lots of people that you cant, and we teach conformity and not being a rebel, disruptor & creative. thus we create filters and cynicism. // we are very good at saying no ... no to fear, anxiety, the uncomfortable & the pain (the ability to grow), new experiences, // thus pattern matching. // Failure is not an option. Keep trying till you get it right - figured it out. THE LEARNING CURVE! failure is steepest learning curve (entrepreneurship). Thus everyone needs to be exposed to failure and adopt a growth mindset as child. With each failure you get closed to your goal, in case you dont stop & dont make the same mistake twice! // Dream when you are awake. Do it. Say yes to life & opportunities.
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july 2015 by asterisk2a
David Cameron speech: I'll end welfare merry-go-round - BBC News
Cameron thinks corporations will pay living wage instead of minimum wage & hire full-time only. &! "We are all in this together." &! punishment over incentives (personal), guidance&practical help; JSA claimants are put on private agency lists who get a referral bonus if they put them in work. Scheme, since introduction it seems, was neither a success nor failure. Numbers are kept under wraps. // "It comes amid a debate over plans for £12bn in welfare cuts, the details of which have not been revealed. [...] According to the Treasury, about 4.5 million families received child and working tax credits in 2013-4, nearly 70% of which were in some form of employment. [ flexible labour market conditions (liberal economic reforms) introduced massive rise in precarious employment ] // bbc.in/1Lrsjkj - "You identify a million people who you'd like to take £1,000 away from and I'll do it." [Speech was 4 grounding a message/theme for the cuts ahead] &! bbc.in/1J2i42h bbc.in/1K9KquD bbc.in/1N5iAxq
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june 2015 by asterisk2a
▶ Noam Chomsky - The Purpose of Education - YouTube
learning to learn on your own. // against indoctrination, dogma, propaganda, // student debt is a trap // exponential impact of technology, augmented intelligence, robotics, software, automation, ... hockey stick move will come/near. // framework to guide your pursuit << understand what u are looking for. otherwise will go in wrong direction. randomness. // nobel prize winners didn't publish most articles in journals, they knew what to look for. capacity to seek what is significant. (defying other peoples dogma) always willing to question whether you are on the right track or not. // education mostly seen as investment into people that create jobs/economic growth. rather than create better human beings. // taking tests can be of use to some extent. taking tests, score well, but have not interest in it, and understand very little and keep very little long-term. // better to learn to understand and explore than to score insular test questions. IT MATTERS WHAT YOU DISCOVER.
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june 2015 by asterisk2a
Students 'cannot multi-task with mobiles and study' - BBC News
Researchers found that students sending and receiving messages while studying scored lower test results and were less effective at tasks such as note taking. The study examined how a generation of "voracious texters" might be affected by so many online distractions. It found that when students did not use mobiles, they were better at being able to recall information. [...] The study, Mobile Phones in the Classroom: Examining the Effects of Texting, Twitter, and Message Content on Student Learning, carried out a series of tests with 145 undergraduates. [...] "It is a common occurrence to observe students who are physically present, yet mentally preoccupied by non-course-related material on their mobile devices. "As mobile devices have deeply saturated the college student population, this problem will likely continue to pose a significant obstacle," says the study, by Jeffrey Kuznekoff, Stevie Munz and Scott Titsworth. // life hack = focus 100% without distractions, opp for procrasti
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june 2015 by asterisk2a
Intelligence Artificielle: Facebook Opening French "Deep Learning Lab" | Fast Company | Business Innovation
IN ORDER TO GET THE BEST ARTIFICIAL-INTELLIGENCE TALENT, FACEBOOK IS GOING TO EUROPE. // Europe does not have a lack of vertical talent // http://techcrunch.com/2015/06/02/facebook-opens-new-ai-research-center-in-paris/ "Finally, FAIR head Yann Le Cun is a French researcher for the New York University. That might have played a role in deciding to build a FAIR team in Paris. The company plans to hire research professionals, PhD students and postdoctoral researchers. In particular, Facebook has signed an agreement with French AI research institute INRIA." // Q is, do you really want to use your intellectual capital and the resources you've invested into your passion, to optimize the Newsfeed and Instagram experience as well as for better targeted ads for more clicks/revenue?
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june 2015 by asterisk2a
AI and the future for humanity - YouTube
AI is the last invention humans ever need and will make. //
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may 2015 by asterisk2a
Making Computer Science More Inviting: A Look at What Works
“I don’t particularly think that the existing computer science curriculum has been effective for anybody. It needs to be situated in a real-world or meaningful context so people understand why they’re doing it. That doesn’t make it less rigorous — students learn the same things, but in a different way.” — National Center for Women & Information Technology co-founder Lucy Sanders // like applied science, building stuff, real world things as team projects over the course of the whole semester, away from the math, theories, dry textbooks, learning by doing - figuring it out by trial end error (failure),
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may 2015 by asterisk2a
Pushy parents stress out children, Eton head says - BBC News
There has been a rise in the number of parents "living their lives through their ambitions for their children", the head teacher of Eton has said. Tony Little, who is leaving the school, said most parents had been "supportive" but there were now "more pressures on young people than ever before". And if his pupils failed to conform to parents' "outcome template", it could "add to the stresses" in their life. Eton employs a full-time psychologist to promote "good mental health". [...] "Children don't learn unless they are happy," she said. [...] In a wide-ranging interview, Mr Little also said he was "exasperated" by England's exam system and that learning subjects in "silos" prevented pupils from thinking laterally. "It's like an egg timer," he said.
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may 2015 by asterisk2a
Malcolm Gladwell on the challenge of hiring in the modern world - The New Yorker Conference - YouTube
// self-taught autodidact non-computer science applicants are not doing well in traditional brogrammer interviews &! RailsConf 2014 - Keynote: Writing Software by David Heinemeier Hansson - https://youtu.be/9LfmrkyP81M
Software  Development  HR  human  resources  programmers  Programming  computer  science  STEM  vocational  education  continual  education  e-learning  online  learning  MOOC  hiring  skills  mismatch  education  policy  practical  skills  practical  skill  set 
may 2015 by asterisk2a
Daniel Priestley on High Performance Environments. - YouTube
nurture over nature // hire A players from who you can learn! // accelerated learning, sharing, helping, ... // &! Is Your Peer Group Holding You Back? - Thought Of The Week - youtu.be/cJF3Q87jV9s "average of 5 people you surround yourself with"
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may 2015 by asterisk2a
Education Is a System of Indoctrination of the Young - Noam Chomsky - YouTube
Noam Chomsky on "Education and Creativity" (2013) - youtu.be/Q9PqnWSlt9E // nurture over nature (environment) - white trailer trash // capacity - growth for development - // learning facts, when its finished, not context, thus hollow and hard to learn. better learn by research and familiarisation, projects, sprints, learning about the history; discover by yourself how person X discovered XYZ. ie making of the bicycle as it come together in its parts through improvements and inventions by needs (dunlop made the first inflatable tire from rubber for his childs tricycle that had wooden wheels. and invented vulcanisation of rubber.) // democracy in the classroom - different learning styles. // Education For Whom and For What? - youtu.be/e_EgdShO1K8 --- reducing semesters in germany and reducing gymnasium time from 10 to 9 and 8. // edu has to goal to guide pupil and ppl of all ages to enlighten themselves.
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may 2015 by asterisk2a
Marco Rubio Takes Mark Halperin to School - YouTube
min 4 - liberalising student loan's, making student loans a pure private entity. lol. what could go wrong? the small print. the "selling" of said in-transparent contracts. where in the USA, you can't default on your student loans - they are exempt from private bankruptcy proceedings.
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may 2015 by asterisk2a
The Top 6 Tech Skills You Need in 2015 | Inc.com
Technology is one area that no one in any industry can afford to grow complacent about--tech is changing so quickly that skills you mastered last year may already be outdated. In such a quickly evolving industry, information decays at a rate of 30 percent a year, according to Research in Labor Economics, rendering nearly a third of last year's tech-related knowledge irrelevant.
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may 2015 by asterisk2a
After Your Job Is Gone | TechCrunch
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may 2015 by asterisk2a
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Standardized Testing (HBO) - YouTube
tests don't reflect ability. its Bulimie learning. learning for the test. not the subject or field. // profit - capitalism has invaded education.
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may 2015 by asterisk2a
Google 'should be allowed in examinations' - BBC News
It is inevitable search engines such as Google will be allowed in public examinations, including GCSEs and A-Levels, the head of an exam board says. [...] allowing internet use in exam rooms reflected the way pupils learned and how they would work in future. &! bbc.in/1GJXC8e &! http://redd.it/23i94n &! Beyond Bulimic Learning Improving teaching in further education - bit.ly/1HVzPkq &! 1.usa.gov/1GLcsLJ - Give a man a fish and he will eat for a day. Teach a man to fish and he will eat for a lifetime. -Confucius >> The bulimic learning model unintentionally ignores the 3 steps involved in the learning process: (1) remembering information; (2) thinking, which is the rearrangement of information; (3) learning, which is the use of information in a thought process until the person is fluent.10 Bulimic learning never allows the student to get beyond the first step of remembering. This only contributes to students' feeling unprepared and “knowing nothing”
Bulimic  Learning  Bulimie  lernen  book  education  policy  life  lesson  life  hacker  STEM  Google  Search  practical  skills  skills  skill  practical  skill  set  skill-biased  technological  change  Future  of  Work  Mobile  Creatives  Mobile  Creative 
april 2015 by asterisk2a
The Future Of Marketing Automation | TechCrunch
A key contributor to the current state of marketing automation is the fact that its roots stem from email blasting. As these systems layered in landing pages and forms, web activity data [tracking ie Chartbeat], triggers, etc. over time, they became bloated from trying to do too much and began to over-promise and under-deliver. [...] A Lack of Automation in Marketing Automation The biggest problem is that these rules are hard-coded to specific user actions based on an aspirational understanding of what constitutes a good lead, versus based on what the data says. [...] Rather than trying to house everything in one monolithic marketing automation system, tomorrow’s platforms will be more intelligent and thinner, plugging in many smaller specialized applications. They’ll use a wealth of data to deliver relevant recommendations across your key customer touchpoints.
e-mail  marketing  marketing  content  marketing  lead  generation  Sales  Funnel  SAAS  Software  Is  Eating  The  World  landingpage  tracking  Chartbeat  advertisement  re-targeting  advertisement  targeting  advertisement  complexity  friction  machine  learning  deep  learning  augmented  intelligence  Big  Data 
april 2015 by asterisk2a
Aaron Levie | Box | USC 2014 Alumni Entrepreneur of the Year - YouTube
min 36 - being a CEO. fill your weaknesses with confidants. self-awareness. << make your company successful. recruit the people that are great at x domain. make sure things are cohesive (mission, vision << product strategy) and execute execute execute!!! Still, operate Start-up like, have the structure, ... see Spotify ( https://labs.spotify.com/2014/03/27/spotify-engineering-culture-part-1/ &! tcrn.ch/1eJXzM2 ) &! Buffer " In 2015 we switched to a new organizational structure inspired by Frederic Laloux's Reinventing Organizations. This new structure eliminated the need for managers, bosses and formal hierarchy." &! &! min52 execution, always on, constantly (re-)calibrate, do the smartest things with your time (limited resources) &! (RoL) Return on Luck, exploit your luck & presented opportunity. exploit & maximise = execution. Uber wasn't the first! &! 1:05:00 spend money on contractors that do one off stuff that you are not able to do at a certain quality
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march 2015 by asterisk2a
The revolution that’s changing the way your child is taught | Ian Leslie | Education | The Guardian
But the myth of the magical teacher subtly undermines the status of teaching, by obscuring the extraordinary skill required to perform the job to a high level. It also implies that great teaching cannot be taught. &! Carol Dweck: The power of believing that you can improve - https://youtu.be/_X0mgOOSpLU
education  policy  competitiveness  competitive  advantage  competitive  childhood  development  childhood  growth  mindset  learning  curve  online  learning  learning  e-learning  psychology 
march 2015 by asterisk2a
Weltlehrerpreis: Deutsche Lehrerin aus Groß-Gerau unter den TOP 50 - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Eine Grundhaltung, der auch Hachemer selbst folgt: Es gehe darum, Starke und Schwache zu fördern, Chancengleichheit herzustellen und Projekte zu ermöglichen. "Dahinter steht der Gedanke, dass die Schulzeit eine Zeit der Möglichkeiten sein sollte und keine Zeitverschwendung", sagt die Lehrerin für Englisch, Deutsch und darstellendes Spiel, "das ist ein Leitbild, das mich antreibt und ich weiß, dass es vielen Lehrern so geht." Das Ansehen der Lehrer heben
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december 2014 by asterisk2a
BBC - Future - Psychology: A simple trick to improve your memory
"It seems the effective way to learn is to practice retrieving items from memory, not trying to cement them in there by further study. Moreover, dropping items entirely from your revision, which is the advice given by many study guides, is wrong. You can stop studying them if you've learnt them, but you should keep testing what you've learnt if you want to remember them at the time of the final exam." &! - Memory: Why cramming for tests often fails - http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20140917-the-worst-way-to-learn
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december 2014 by asterisk2a
Demis Hassabis, Founder of DeepMind Technologies and Artificial-Intelligence Wunderkind at Google, Wants Machines to Think Like Us | MIT Technology Review
Researchers are already looking for ways that DeepMind technology could improve some of Google’s existing products, such as search. But if the technology progresses as Hassabis hopes, it could change the role that computers play in many fields. DeepMind seeks to build artificial intelligence software that can learn when faced with almost any problem. This could help address some of the world’s most intractable problems, says Hassabis. “AI has huge potential to be amazing for humanity,” he says. “It will really accelerate progress in solving disease and all these things we’re making relatively slow progress on at the moment.” - via https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=8689463
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december 2014 by asterisk2a
[1411.2842] Logical Limitations to Machine Ethics with Consequences to Lethal Autonomous Weapons
Our considerations have surprising implications to the question of responsibility and liability for an autonomous system's actions and lead to specific technical recommendations. & Experimental Realization of Quantum Artificial Intelligence (arxiv.org) = https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=8614060
ethical  machine  algorithm  autonomous  car  artificial  intelligence  A.I.  machine  learning  quantum  computing 
november 2014 by asterisk2a
The Futurist: The Education Disruption : 2015
Hence, the superstar of the modern age is not the person with the best degree, but rather the person who acquires the most new skills with the greatest alacrity, and the person with the most adaptable skillset. [...] (Moody's has already downgraded the outlook of the entire US higher education industry). But most importantly, the most valuable knowledge will become increasingly self-taught from content available to all, and the entire economy will begin the process of adjusting to this new reality. // Book: The Start-up of You - Reid Hoffman.
Mobile  Creative  Mobile  Creatives  skill-biased  technological  change  knowledge  worker  creativity  practical  skills  practical  skill  set  learning  adaptability  MOOC  education  bubble  Year  of  Code  digital  divide  White-collar  Blue-collar  employment  book  life  hacker  life  lesson  Public  Policy  education  GDP  happiness  index  satisfaction 
july 2014 by asterisk2a
Founder School with Di-Ann Eisnor: How to Build a Billion-Dollar Business: Lessons from Waze - YouTube
great people that believe in the vision, less talk about vision - most of ur work week execute to let vision come to fruition. week by week, deal by deal, customer by customer, line of coder after line of code. [...] carmageddon; was luck. if you don't have it, you have to make it, engineer it. ie growth hacking; social sharing of relevant, valuable, contextual content ie via blog or other communication ways ('you are a content company, then/plus X - gary vaynerchuck'). exceptional cases - vial content, thought leaders, advocates - make your users advocates*, high profile people who are passionate about a topic might adopt and put always a good word in for your product ie guy kawasaki for canvas. *letting them take part of the journey in various ways - #engagement, #gamification. Min23 in; local quality curated ads as value added feature for user in line w value proposition. Learning to say no to everything that is not CORE to the VISION, the PRODUCT. + A brand as defensible advantage.
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june 2014 by asterisk2a
BBC News - Sleep's memory role discovered
>> sleeping or sleep deprived. Their study showed that sleeping mice formed significantly more new connections between neurons - they were learning more. [...] A new reason for sleep was discovered last year when experiments showed the brain used sleep to wash away waste toxins built up during a hard day's thinking. However, there are concerns that people are not getting enough sleep. As part of the BBC's Day of the Body Clock, Prof Russell Foster argued that society had become "supremely arrogant" in ignoring the importance of sleep, leading to "serious health problems". These include: cancer, heart disease, type-2 diabetes, infections, obesity. The reward for more sleep, Prof Foster argues, is we would all be "better human beings."
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june 2014 by asterisk2a
▶ Awe!thenticity: Mark Ecko at TEDxMidwest - YouTube
Mark Ecko "guts to the skin." + "School comes to you. [...] School is everywhere. [...] Don't lose the core, don't get distracted by the noise in the white wash. [...] Own it. [...] It's how you make people feel, not necessarily what you make (quality, means [$$$] to produce great quality product]. Evoking emotions and imaginations and connections and relational feelings. To relate." + Friends. Hold on to the word friend. Friend - to love. People are more like acquaintances or companion. Noise - filter it from inside out.
Mark  Ecko  Fame  celebrity  culture  Kim  Kardashian  Pop  Gossip  Perception  authenticity  personal  brand  Book  brand  branding  brands  execution  entrepreneurial  entrepreneurship  entrepreneur  Start-Up  self-awareness  self-belief  Eminem  Jay-Z  Bill  Gates  Abraham  Lincoln  Social  Media  friends  Failure  Fail  learning  formal  education  street  smart  artist  digital  artist 
january 2014 by asterisk2a
CCC-TV - Warum die Digitale Revolution des Lernens gescheitert ist.
"wer hat dem wird gegeben" mattheus effect + https://p2pu.org/en/ + https://www.udacity.com/ + http://moocnewsandreviews.com/ultimate-guide-to-xmoocs-and-cmoocso/ + Gamification "that's not learning, its conditioning." ... Qualification instead of Competencies (Competencies come from real world application of theory (book content)).
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december 2013 by asterisk2a
Smart Teenage Brains May Get Some Extra Learning Time : Shots - Health News : NPR
Hewitt and Brant don't know why some teenagers continue to learn at the pace of much younger children. It may be that smart kids gravitate to challenging activities and this keeps them receptive to learning. Or it could be that genes that lead to high IQ also trigger an extended learning period. [...] The study, published in Psychological Science, suggests that for many children it may be a mistake to stop learning new things. Even if you're a teenager, it might not be too late to start learning Chinese, chess or the cello.
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september 2013 by asterisk2a
Russell Foster: Why do we sleep? - YouTube
when you sleep certain genes are switched on, responsible for restoration (recovery), energy savings, brain function (efficiency, learning, storing into long-term memory, creativity enhanced, problem solving enhanced), metabolism, .... ie study has shown people who have no REM sleep for 3 days turn shizophrenic. ie studies have shown, sleep deprivation slows down metabolism. body is stressed and slows down the metabolism. stress hormone cortisol goes up. you tend to eat more. get fat over time vs normal sleep and normal cortisol levels.
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september 2013 by asterisk2a
Free online speed reading software | Spreeder.com
http://lifehacker.com/5949297/want-to-read-faster-stop-saying-the-words-in-your-head-as-you-read

http://www.spreeder.com/blog/how-to-read-faster-by-eliminating-subvocalization/

http://lifehacker.com/196245/teach-yourself-speed+reading-with-spreeder

Several factors affect our reading speed, like subvocalization (the little voice inside our heads that reads along with us and slows us down), backtracing (rereading parts over and over again), etc. The purpose behind apps like these is to train our minds to get rid of all the other crap. So, by having a steady input of text, we erase our dependency on backtracing. By increasing the reading speed, subvocalization can't keep up and eventually goes away... we don't need to subvocalize to process information, as much as we may think we do.
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october 2012 by asterisk2a
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