a reply to: IAMUnification
Thanks for the reply again, and sorry for the long delay in response.
While I fully agree with your credentialing thoughts, my history has led me to participate in self social experimentation... of the lifelong variety.
Along with choosing to be self taught, I chose to avoid moving in the direction of the masses so to speak. I have refused social media participation
for personal uses... have refused self funding education... which has consequentially led to pretty much an overall anti social status in society.
Being educated from a different standpoint offers input from unique angles, yet offers the existence of having to quarantine the 'abnormal' input to
have any chance to be taken as credible... history of attempting otherwise lead to standstills. With concepts that vary greatly from the norm, I
choose to wait to be included in the joining of like forces/energies so as to avoid the hardships of having to re-normalize myself into the birthed
I will list a bit of my school system idea here in public since it is an education post, and I don't want any credit and would more so wish to see it
exist. Any input offered/taken whether it be in public or private, I would appreciate of course. I do wish to succeed yes, but not personally. I am
more impressed by millionaires that give away their fortunes, and envision success as contributing to those conductive forces of nature mentioned
previously... positive influence on future societies far outweighs financial values.
Well, off to the concept of the school... some have told me it is a socialist concept, but most fail to realize my concepts operate without title and
free of channeling efforts... I believe in expending channels. Not to mention... this concept is entirely VOLUNTARY.
First, brick and mortar entities are built in pairs in communities... purposely paired in rich/poor sectors. Our children shall grow knowing more
about the secluded class sectors throughout the country, and decide for themselves more how future generations influence these rich and poor sectors.
Start with one pair, then as the system grows a new set of centers are added to the network. By network, I mean top educators moving their lesson
plans to an internet based application so all children can access the same level of education at a higher rate. Teachers are paid per level of impact
and student participation. There is no reason that all children be able to access information equally and that our top educators are millionaires for
their success in the learning of youth. Teachers that don't make the educational impact can be shifted to youth community service organization. As
the educational network goes about its workings, the charitable/community service aspects of the school are implemented into the network. While focus
is put in areas to improve students lives personally, fees for network participation are paid in community service efforts. I believe that the
children would have an idea on where to focus community service efforts once they can see for themselves where services are needed. Maybe an enrolled
student is suffering a hardship at home and another child in the network learns of the hardship and wishes to put efforts in that particular
community service? The key is opening the door for children to know what exists beyond their personal being! Children would have a lot better idea
of what they would like to spend their adult years doing if they grew up and got to college age with say 2,000 hours of community service to their
credentials. Children would feel closer to home/community upon entering the work force and be less likely to build off of self serving initiatives...
more likely staying within the network for future generations.
Here are some likely hypothetical revelations children in a network of such can experience:
* Seen on the networks giving back section, a little one demands their parents get some food over to their friend across town that has not had a good
meal recently. Parents are encouraged to participate in the growth of their child and learn with the children essentially.
* Who was my math teacher last year, now helps students navigate their way to through the 'Mock Stocks' program of which simulates wall street
activity and lets children practice with fake currency... even competing for prizes. Maybe Lebron James comes and plays basketball in the center of
the winning student?
* I used to think of police as being the ones that arrest bad guys, but at our school they chaperone my friends and I to the local park to learn
about trees and pick up some of the litter that gathered... protecting and serving us. I think I may want to spend more time spending community
service hours in parks since I enjoy making them cleaner.
* Maybe Ivy league schools are changing their minds on acceptance of students? A local student maintained a decent educational profile, but has so
much experience in community service and helped lead an installation aspect of the network that lead to 11 million dollars raised for awareness of a
particular matter. A full scholarship, without a standard high school diploma, issued so as to endorse the continuation of good deeds. Universities
are in fact the best places to establish research concepts into reality.
I agree application development is needed to move forward, but its tough to find a collective to do so. I have kind of committed my unborn children
to this learning style if and when they arrive in my life... not sure its fair to them since I am adding them to my anti-conformity ways, but my
children will decide their learning path more than they will follow a curriculum. Since a network like this does not exist, I will commit my career
to implementing this learning path for my children on my own. Did you mean what's lacking for the individual on the receiving or giving end to
achieve the application? I agree with the application development being focused on thereafter, but I get the feeling I am going to be more of a grass
roots campaign with this and passing the methods onto my offspring.
A bit of these concepts stem from the belief that adults are set in their ways/established as life experiences and environment conditions manifest
over time. So, the feedback in success of the program would not be felt for 20+ years... around the time it takes for a generation to start their
focus' on their adult work life. Seeing the conductive forces continue to re-circle and continue the feeding of the networks movement. Its a system
that almost asks of the administrators and parents of the school students to just sit back, open doors for incoming questions, and help move them
towards the answers they thirst for. I always value positive feedback, but I hope the feedback comes from a place of not wanting to spread individual
agendas based on their own experiences. I value negative feedback as well, but I believe children can fix problems better than adults given prejudice
inputs are avoided.
I will stall on the rambling for a bit. Feel free to send a note and chat u2u too... I don't keep a social circle really, and its not often I come
across a like minded person that has also stepped out of the educational norms in their past.