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David C Roberts. Smart Innovations and lifelong learning Logo’s. My intention today is to take you on a journey . And we will begin at the beginning. What is the most important thing that you have learned in your life so far?. And how did you learn it? And where did you learn it?.

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david c roberts

David C Roberts

Smart Innovations and lifelong learning

Logo’s

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My intention today is to take you on a journey .

And we will begin at the beginning.

what is the most important thing that you have learned in your life so far
What is the most important thing that you have learned in your life so far?

http://www.iadisportal.org/digital-library/proposed-model-of-the-relationships-between-informal-non-formal-and-formal-learning

and how did you learn it and where did you learn it
And how did you learn it?And where did you learn it?

http://www.iadisportal.org/digital-library/proposed-model-of-the-relationships-between-informal-non-formal-and-formal-learning

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It’s a revolution!

So let us make sure that it is a positive one.

Edward DeBono – Handbook for the positive revolution

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It’s a revolution!

So let us make sure that it is a positive one.

Edward DeBono – Handbook for the positive revolution

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To help in our revolution we have mentors – many mentors.

Jacques Delors

Former president of the European Community and Chair of the UNESCO Commission on Education for the 21st Century

http://www.unesco.org/

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Everywhere that you look there are mentors who can inspire you.

Here is one that I found last night

Where else might you look to find a mentor, a muse, a person who can inspire, somebody who can share and encourage others?

four pillars of education
Four Pillars of Education

http://www.unesco.org/delors/fourpil.htm

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Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

Photograph from www.royalty.gov.uk

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Capsool Limited, Registered in England and Wales

Company Registration Number: 6269648

The Commonwealth Jubilee Time Capsule

The digital archive of The Queen’s reign – 1952 to 2012

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In March 2012 a unique digital time capsule will be launched to commemorate HRH Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee.

  • Taking the form of a people’s history, people from all over the Commonwealth will make entries relating to their lives, communities and nations over the last 60 years.
  • Capsool is working in partnership with the Royal Commonwealth Society to create this unique project.
  • The time capsule will exist in a number of forms;
  • An online repository for public access
  • An open source archive of the Commonwealth’s history
  • A unique digital gift for The Queen
  • The capsule and archive are one of a number of official projects being run as part of the Diamond Jubilee celebrations.

The Project…

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The Commonwealth is potentially the world’s most exciting network, consisting of fifty-four diverse nations.

From Antigua & Barbuda through to Canada, Cyprus, Malta, St Lucia, India, Kenya, Australia and the United Kingdom. The Commonwealth is a fabulous and remarkable network, tied by schools exchange, common language, common human values, history and aspiration.

54 nations.

2,100,000,000 people.

290,000,000 Internet users.

21,915 days.

1 digital archive for the global celebration.

Our project is not limited to Commonwealth residents, but anyone who has lived in a Commonwealth country, or is a citizen of one of the member countries.

India, the second most populous country in the world, the world’s biggest democracy and tenth fastest growing economy in 2009.

The Network…

Canada, the world’s second largest nation by geographical area, Vancouver listed as the fourth highest standard of living in the world

Trinidad & Tobago, petrol and gas economy famous for carnival and the birthplace of steelpan, calypso, soca, and limbo.

The United Kingdom, current seat of the Commonwealth Secretariat and home to the Monarch.

Australia, ranked 2nd for quality of life in the world by the 2010 Human Development Index.

South Africa, a land of eleven official languages, three capital cities and post-apartheid democracy.

New Zealand, ranked 3rd for quality of life in the 2010 Human Development Index, with Auckland ranked 4th best city by Mercer.

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The Commonwealth is potentially the world’s most exciting network, consisting of fifty-four diverse nations.

Belize

Bangladesh

Barbados

The Bahamas

The Network…

Antigua & Barbuda

Australia

Brunei Darussalam

Canada

Botswana

Cameroon

Cyprus

Dominica

Fiji Islands

The Gambia

Guyana

Ghana

Grenada

India

The Commonwealth

Kenya

Kiribati

Lesotho

Malaysia

Jamaica

Malawi

Malta

Mauritius

Mozambique

Namibia

Maldives

Nauru

Nigeria

Rwanda

New Zealand

Pakistan

St Kitts and Nevis

Papua New Guinea

Seychelles

Sierra Leone

St Lucia

St Vincent & the Grenadines

Singapore

Samoa

Solomon Islands

South Africa

Sri Lanka

Swaziland

Tonga

Trinidad and Tobago

Vanuatu

Zambia

Uganda

Tuvalu

United Republic of Tanzania

United Kingdom

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A digital, online time capsule made up of content generated by people around the Commonwealth. It will be presented to Queen Elizabeth II.

Contributors will submit content relating to one of the 21,915 days between the Queen’s ascension in 1952 and the Jubilee in 2012.

It will be a large and diverse archive about people, places and events.

Initially, it will be focused upon a network of schools but will later be open to wider public participation.

This is a project that will help to narrow the digital divide and demonstrate the potential of online education tools when used on a safe, global platform.

The Capsule…

Contributors will be asked to contribute photos and video, or write a story reflecting what happened in their family, community or country on a particular day in the last 60 years.

Prizes will be awarded for the best regional entries, the best under 25 entries and in overall categories, before the sealed time capsule is presented to The Queen later in 2012

The material will be safely secured online in the Commonwealth Jubilee Archive, and offline in teaching materials for schools created by the RCS.

The capsule will be built in the Capsool.com digital time capsule system.

At Capsool.com we are building the world’s time capsule, one person and one story at a time. We focus on the emotional connections between people, reflected in the media we create around our life events.

All life is here. And it won’t be forgotten.

It is a unique social network that adds in the crucial elements that all the rest have forgotten. Time and emotion.

contact details
Contact Details
  • Email: david@wentworthjones.com
  • Twitter @davidcroberts

Web Links

  • www.jubileetimecapsule.org
  • www.thercs.org
  • www.capsool.com
learning to do
Learning to do
  • Learning to Doinvolves the acquisition of skills that are often linked to occupational success, such as computer training, managerial training and apprenticeships.
learning to be
Learning to be

Learning to Be involves activities that foster personal development (body, mind and spirit) and contribute to creativity, personal discovery and an appreciation of the inherent value provided by these pursuits.

learning to live together
Learning to live together
  • Learning to Live Together involves the development of social skills and values such as respect and concern for others, social and inter-personal skills and an appreciation of diversity.
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In March 2012 a unique digital time capsule will be launched to commemorate

HRH Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee.

Taking the form of a people’s history, people from all over the Commonwealth will make entries relating to their lives, communities and nations over the last 60

  • The time capsule will exist in a number of forms;
  • An online repository for public access
  • An open source archive of the Commonwealth’s history
  • A unique digital gift for The Queen
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This is a project that will … demonstrate the potential of online education tools when used on a safe, global platform.

learning to know
Learning to Know
  • Learning to Knowinvolves the development of knowledge and skills that are needed to function in the world. These skills include literacy, numeracy and critical thinking