Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Schools Used to Spread Positive Ideeas.

Schools can be used to to foster the spread of great ideas in the community.

Afternoon the amphitheater or cafeterias, or assembly rooms can be use as conference rooms for community; to provide a platform for thinkers, visionaries and teachers and best students, so that people around the globe can gain a better understanding of the biggest issues faced by the world, and feed a desire to help create a better future.

Once a month Teachers can choose best projects in each area and short conferences of 18 min or less can be presented to other students or teachers. Large public is invited to participate.

YouTube channel of each school would make these conferences available for free on line on Internet to large public.

Each school in the District Board can have one day a month when best projects are presented live to the public and on line to the world.

Core to this goal is a belief that there is no greater force for changing the world than a powerful idea.

Former students of  each school are invited to participate and present positive ideeas and inovations.

A library of talks projects can be kept by the IT department of each school.

School monthly conferences are aimed at  attracting a growing and influential audience from many different disciplines united by their curiosity and open-mindedness. Students teachers and outside speakers are invited at each conference.

These conferences can be live events that at allow voting on line of viewers.
Best speaker of each month would have a diploma at the end of the conference.

Internet comments trough video participation a chat during these conferences
Each school can have these 1-1.5 hour conference in a different day so students can watch other schools presentations.
Themes can be: History, Geography, Mathematics, Physics, Chemestry, Travel, Robotics, Energy, Inventions, Philosophy.

Schools channels with highest audience would be awarded  diplomas by the District School Board.

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