new - we will be turning this blog into missing curriculum sustainble youth should demand or peer to peer study help us letter write to those who could invest in sustainability of millennials
isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com
-help search for top 50 twin capitals of youth futures...........................................................

sampler from creative youth olympiads of summer 2015 futurecapitalism.tv
Mindset; my first job was with a British version of Khan Academy in 1972; when father, Norman Macrae, at The Economist saw this he changed priority of questions he asked leaders on how they were investing in youth. Spending 4000 times more on global coms tech 2030 versus 1946 would only be sustainable let alone economic if learning was core to every investment in millennials. Economistyouth.com invites you to join in reporting irreversibility's last chnace to design smartest learning media humans have ever raced around

Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Preparation will the education commission 18 september have the greatest pro-youth revolution the UN has ever enjoyed https://www.eventbrite.com/e/education-commission-report-launch-tickets-26722466617
join and before and after parties text usa 240 316 8157


Rehearsal 1
yesterday in new york we opened space on why does the un not represent half the world - ie youth under 30s - note at the UN if you have an identity your interests are included otherwise by defintion they are excluded from leadership priuority - for half the world to be excluded is careless - more at valuing youth https://share.coursera.org/wiki/index.php/Valuingyouth

the east - especially china bangladesh and UAE - seems to give youth a platform to the future in way the UN does not- in start my third trip to beijing exploring this next week - her are some bookmarks that interest me

China leads way on skills education curricula

See the report soon to be launched from WISE by beijing normal university- hopefully a tot topic at un education commission 18 september https://www.eventbrite.com/e/education-commission-report-launch-tickets-26722466617 and at WISE in beijing 5 november and tell us where else
WISE Research #08 - Education for the Future preview image

WISE Research #08 - Education for the Future

The Global Experience of Developing Twenty-first Century Skills and Competencies This report will be released in 2016. In recent years the framework for twenty-first century skills has evolved remarkably and global attention and awareness of the...

Sunday, August 21, 2016


EDUCATIONS TOP 50 WORLD LEADERS
I think we know who at least 35 of these are but what i dont know who we know well is closest to each. Assuming I am able to help gordon browns team with some of their queries i hope this gap gets less and less. For example, when mostofa presents dubai;s first wave of 100 youth awards we could be choosing youth nominated by many of these leaders since the UAE region already hosts the world's most revolutionary education summits

chris  text 240 316 8157
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some references
Education Commission Report Launch register for UN summit new york 18 september

As of today Education only gets 8% of global aid

As of today half of all children are being prepared by education to be jobless (without 21st century's most needed skills) Conversations from Oslo: Secretary-General of MEF; Former Min of Tourism, Tunisia, Amel Karboul





Regional Leading Testimonies

United Arab Emirates 
 A child is the centre of every country when it comes to its future –student of computing since 1975, dubai (imside gulf) ports tech 1993, then 2000 dotcom Chief Executive of Tejari, the first Middle Eastern business-to-business marketplace sheikh Lubna Al Qasimi Sheikha Lubna Al Qasimi on Bringing Tolerence to the Middle East | Fortune 


China - Jack Ma testimony http://smbaworld.com/id81.html

Friday, August 19, 2016

The World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE) recently launched an international research report on 21st century skills at a media roundtable in Beijing, China.
The WISE Research Report, entitled ‘Education for the Future: The Global Experience of Developing 21st Century Skills and Competencies’, describes the wide range of education priorities outlined by countries and international organisations. The report, produced in collaboration with Beijing Normal University (BNU), offers advice for policy makers on how to develop effective networks and education systems to cultivate skills and competencies.
WISE, an initiative of Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development (QF), was represented at the event by Dr Asmaa Al-Fadala, Director of Research, who spoke during the roundtable. Dr Al-Fadala introduced WISE to the Beijing audience, focusing on the WISE Research Series and upcoming engagements and programmes. Dr Al-Fadala also told guests WISE would continue to collaborate with scholars and experts around the world to produce new research on the most crucial topics in global education. 
“I would like to congratulate the BNU team for this timely report which challenges us all to consider diverse global perspectives on the skills our students, in many environments, need, and how we can support them today and in the future,” Dr Al-Fadala commented. Dr Al-Fadala said,“The professional environment is becoming more and more complicated,” and that schools are responsible for helping young people “to better prepare for their future by adopting 21stcentury skills and competencies” and “to cultivate entrepreneurship.”

Prof. Jian Liu
President, China Education Innovation Institute, Beijing Normal University
Jian Liu’s major appointments are Doctoral Supervisor, Chief Expert and Vice Dean of Collaborative Innovation Center of Assessment toward Basic Education Quality, Vice Chairman of Education and Culture Committee of the Central Committee of the Jiu San Society and Dean of China Academy of Education Innovation.

This report has been reviewed by

  • Dr. Chris Tan, Director of R&D, Learning Ecology
  • Dr. Miao Fengchun, Chief, ICT in Education, Teacher Development and Education Policies, UNESCO

With contributions from

  • Dr. Rui Wei, Associate Professor in the Institute of Chemical Education, Beijing Normal University (BNU), and Vice Director for China Education Innovation Institute at BNU
  • Dr. Cheng Liu, Lecturer, College of Life Science in Beijing Normal University, China
  • Mr. Man Shi, PhD Candidate, Lecturer of School of Foreign Languages and Literature, Beijing Normal University and Research Fellow at Center for Foreign Language Education and Teacher Education, Beijing Normal University, China
  • Dr. Pingyan Zhou, Lecturer at National Assessment of Education Quality, Beijing Normal University, China
  • Dr. Ying Wang, Associate professor of Curriculum and Pedagogy in the School of Education Science, Wuhan University and Academic Counselor of the Liu Daoyu Educational Foundation of Hubei province, China


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i couldnt quickly find where to download this report but notoced relatred one on entrepreneurship with contributions from tehse professors at tsinghua http://www.wise-qatar.org/sites/default/files/appli-babson_2016-03-03_0.pdf
China - Tsinghua University Bin Yang, Vice President, Provost, Tsinghua University, Professor, School of Economics and Management, Tsinghua University; Professor of Department of Leadership and Organization Management in School of Economics and Management, Tsinghua University; Director of Tsinghua Center for Leadership Development and Research; Joint academic director of Harvard - Tsinghua -CEIBS cooperation SEPC (senior manager of course) project; Concentrating on studying, teaching and training in fields of organization leadership, corporation and society etc. Luping Xu, Director, Center of Open FIESTA, Tsinghua University. Luping Xu received his PhD in Physics at Peking University in 2008, after which he spent four years at INSERM of France for Post-doc research on interdisciplinary study of life science and participated in diverse projects on innovation in education and research at the Center for Research and Interdisciplinarity at Paris. Currently, Luping is an Associate Professor of Nano Biotechnology at Tsinghua University, China. He is the Founding Director of Open FIESTA center, a joint Franco-Chinese center between Tsinghua University and CRI to foster global open innovation on education, science, technology and art. Luping is also the deputy Director of Center for Nano and Micro Mechanics of Tsinghua University. Tieying Xu, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Researcher, School of Economics and Management, Tsinghua University. Her research mainly focuses on Higher Education Management, Graduate Education and Comparative Education.