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 Empowering Education through Decentralized Collaboration


In our decentralized planning and execution operation, we invite everyone to become a content creator, contributing to our collective vision of excellence in education. Our initiative is rooted in the belief that education is a national strategic asset, crucial for individual empowerment, societal progress, and national security. Through decentralized collaboration, we aim to revolutionize education by harnessing the creativity and expertise of individuals across diverse fields and backgrounds.


Key Themes:

  1. Decentralization: Empowering individuals to take ownership of their contributions and collaborate autonomously towards a shared vision.

  2. Excellence in Education: Striving for the highest standards of educational quality, innovation, and accessibility.

  3. Entrepreneurial Spirit: Fostering a culture of creativity, initiative, and entrepreneurship in education.

  4. Collective Ownership: Recognizing and valuing the intellectual property rights of contributors while building a shared, ever-evolving educational platform.

  5. Modular Computing Processes: Leveraging technology and modular approaches to facilitate flexible, scalable, and adaptive development.


Plot:

Our initiative operates on the principle of decentralized planning and execution, where every participant is a valued contributor and content creator. We encourage individuals to pursue their own vision of excellence in education while aligning with our overarching goals. Through collaboration and innovation, we seek to develop a comprehensive educational ecosystem that adapts to the needs of learners and the demands of a rapidly changing world.


Ideas and Symbols:

  1. Collaborative Platform: A digital platform where contributors can share ideas, resources, and projects, fostering collaboration and synergy.

  2. Educational Marketplace: A marketplace where creators can showcase and monetize their educational products and content.

  3. Mentorship Network: A network of mentors and experts who provide guidance, support, and feedback to aspiring creators.

  4. Innovation Fund: A fund to support research and development projects that advance educational innovation and excellence.

  5. Recognition and Rewards: Systems for recognizing and rewarding contributions, such as badges, certifications, and incentives.


Improvement Ideas:

  1. Clearer Communication: Provide clear guidelines, expectations, and channels for communication to ensure effective collaboration and alignment of efforts.

  2. Community Building: Foster a sense of community and camaraderie among participants through regular events, forums, and networking opportunities.

  3. Training and Development: Offer training and development opportunities to enhance participants' skills in content creation, entrepreneurship, and innovation.

  4. Feedback Mechanisms: Establish feedback mechanisms to solicit input, evaluate progress, and address concerns or challenges.

  5. Scalability and Sustainability: Develop strategies for scaling the initiative and ensuring its long-term sustainability, including partnerships, funding models, and governance structures.


Research Projects:

  1. Impact Assessment: Evaluate the impact and effectiveness of decentralized collaboration in education compared to traditional models. DoneDoneDone.

  2. User Experience Design: Conduct research on user needs, preferences, and behaviors to inform the design and development of educational products and platforms. Working, Need help.

  3. Pedagogical Innovation: Explore innovative pedagogical approaches and learning strategies that leverage decentralized collaboration and technology. Mostly Done.   1.   2.    3

  4. Market Analysis: Assess market trends, demands, and opportunities in the education sector to inform product development and marketing strategies. Done.

  5. Policy Analysis: Examine regulatory frameworks, legal considerations, and policy implications related to decentralized education initiatives and intellectual property rights. Need Help.


By embracing decentralized collaboration and empowering individuals to contribute to our shared vision of excellence in education, we believe we can catalyze transformative change and unlock new opportunities for learning, growth, and innovation. Together, let's build a brighter future for education.


Vision:


"We pioneer Open-Source Hybrid Learning Systems of Systems by leveraging the expertise of leading professionals in science and curriculum design. Our goal is to craft a forward-thinking educational sequence that is specifically tailored for the challenges and opportunities of the fourth industrial revolution. This curriculum is dedicated to cultivating scientific thinkers who possess deep understanding and practical skills in key areas of our transforming economy. 


In addition, our initiative prioritizes the development of fundamental academic skills inspired by a collaborative Classical School-Leonard Peikoff model, emphasizing proficiency in reading, writing, and mathematics. These foundational skills serve as the bedrock for students to embark on a journey of intellectual exploration and groundbreaking scientific inquiry. By fostering a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship, we aim to unleash the creative potential of every learner, equipping them to thrive and lead in the dynamic fields of science, marketing, and technology.”



Concurrent Research Explorations to leverage and define our future Mission.


  1. Decentralized Education Initiatives:

    1. Research modern innovators who are championing decentralized approaches to education, such as Sugata Mitra, known for his "Hole in the Wall" experiment and the concept of "self-organized learning environments" (SOLE).

    2. Explore organizations like the School for Poetic Computation and the Holberton School, which emphasize peer-to-peer learning, project-based curriculum, and decentralized decision-making in education.

  2. Open Educational Resources (OER) Advocates:

    1. Investigate individuals and organizations advocating for the use of Open Educational Resources (OER) to promote equitable access to education and collaborative content creation. Consider leaders like David Wiley, founder of the Open Education movement, and organizations like Creative Commons and OER Commons.

  3. Educational Technology Entrepreneurs:

    1. Explore innovative entrepreneurs in the educational technology sector who are leveraging technology to transform teaching and learning experiences. 

  4. Community-Based Learning Initiatives:

    1. Research community-based learning initiatives and organizations that empower learners through community engagement and collaborative problem-solving. Consider leaders like Cathy N. Davidson, co-founder of HASTAC (Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory), and organizations like the Participatory Action Research Collective.

  5. Global Education Innovators:

    1. Explore innovators and organizations working to address global educational challenges and promote access to quality education worldwide. Consider leaders like Wendy Kopp, founder of Teach For All, and organizations like Bridge International Academies and Room to Read.

  6. Innovative Pedagogical Approaches:

    1. Investigate modern educators and researchers who are exploring innovative pedagogical approaches, such as project-based learning, inquiry-based learning, and experiential learning. Look into leaders like Dr. Yong Zhao, advocate for entrepreneurial education, and organizations like High Tech High and the Buck Institute for Education.

  7. EdTech Policy Advocates:

    1. Research individuals and organizations advocating for policies that support innovation and entrepreneurship in education technology. Consider leaders like Karen Cator, CEO of Digital Promise, and organizations like the EdTech Evidence Exchange (ETEE).

  8. Social Impact Investors in Education:

    1. Explore social impact investors and philanthropists who are investing in innovative education initiatives and ventures with the potential for scalable impact. 

  9. The most advanced scientific minds and companies:

    1. Get input on the necessary concepts in Science, Mathematics, and algorithmic computing that are necessary for building our economy and national strategic resources.


By focusing on these modern innovators and organizations, our initiative gains valuable insights, inspiration, and collaborators who share similar visions for revolutionizing education through decentralization, collaboration, and innovation.


Dear Enthusiasts,


I'm Ben Celver: a science teacher and wrestling coach at Bonney Lake High School. I shaped the educational landscape through this initiative. I shared this vision with you because we cherish integrity, perseverance, and rigor.

Our initiative builds a bridge between the rich traditions of classical education and the dynamic needs of today's students. We emphasize academic rigor and foster personal growth, resilience, and ethical reasoning—skills essential for navigating the complexities of the modern world.


Our students thrive in our structured environment and become leaders of innovation because we are forward thinkers who can think, plan, target, and execute.


We created a system of systems and empower scholars to lead with wisdom and act with integrity. Join us, create the future, and inspire our localities.


Warm regards,



"If you can dream—and not make dreams your master; If you can think—and not make thoughts your aim;"


And, you would like to excel.  


Follow the protocols below:


  1. Ben Celver.Position: Innovator in Education, Hands-On Learner & Teacher, Systems ArchitectLinkedIn: Ben Celver's LinkedIn 



  1. Connect and Endorse on LinkedIn, if possible. Targeting and Deception Detection e.g.

  2. Send bcelver@gmail.com a calendar invite for 6 am PST that includes #1 for you.

  3. Complete some of this course before our meeting.

  4. If I don’t respond, connect with me on LinkedIn.


Collaborators

Ben Celver: Teacher Trainer,   BRIF.org Creative School, Bangladesh; Teacher ,Bonney Lake HS, WA   https://www.facebook.com/claimofliberty 


[Your Name and info.here]


My Liberty Cap: According to the 1983 Report, A Nation at Risk:


 “Each generation of Americans has outstripped its parents in education, in literacy, and in economic attainment. For the first time in the history of our country, the educational skills of one generation will not surpass, will not equal, will not even approach, those of their parents.” 


To my teams, not on our watch!


Concretes. 

The Vision is top-down, this Mission-project is bottom-up:


Action items:

  1. Get a small business grant in your local city. I am in Bonney Lake For Example

  2. Get an Education Grant from your State Office of Public Instruction. I am in Washington State For example.

  3. Be a part of this Grant for the DOD.

  4. Get more Fiscal Sponsors.

  5. Recruit manpower.

  6. Build committees and assign executive directors.


Dear Visionaries,


Here is the concrete-model that is a replicable and scalable educational initiative designed to revolutionize learning environments and redefine academic excellence. Our mission is grounded in the spirit of the New American Enlightenment—a vision to ignite intellectual curiosity and foster a community of lifelong learners and leaders.


Action Steps to Realize Our Vision:

  1. Local Business Support:

    1. Example Action: Secure a small business grant within your local community. For instance, I am exploring opportunities right here in Bonney Lake.

  2. State Educational Funding:

    1. Example Action: Apply for an educational grant from your State Office of Public Instruction. In my case, this involves liaising with the Washington State Office.

  3. Federal Collaboration:

    1. Example Action: Engage with Department of Defense educational programs to integrate our vision with national educational strategies.

  4. Continuous Networking and Collaboration with Fiscal Sponsorships.

  5. Private School Leadership for Parents, School Districts, and Innovators.


Project Mission: Start a Post-Modern School

This initiative is more than an educational model; it’s a grassroots movement designed to cultivate the leaders of tomorrow through a robust post-modern schooling system. We aim to establish a prototype here in Bonney Lake, setting a replicable model for communities nationwide. The cornerstone of this project is a meticulously crafted curriculum and business model ready to be adapted and enhanced according to the unique needs of your city, town, village, and family.


Open Collaboration and Continuous Improvement:

Once operational, we will provide you with all necessary documents, curricula, and business models. We encourage each participating team to adapt these resources to fit their community's specific needs. In return, we ask that you engage in active After-Action Reviews (AARs) and share your advancements with the network. This cyclical feedback will ensure that our model remains at the cutting edge of educational innovation.

Together, let's build an educational framework that not only meets the current demands of our cities and school-districts but also anticipates the needs of future generations. Join us in laying the foundation for a brighter, more enlightened future.


Warm regards,



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