Creating the future using Facebook.

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Creating the future using Facebook.

  1. 1. Creating the future using Facebook.
  2. 2. and Facebook to educate a child.
  3. 3. The most important task of any school board is to successfully plan for its desired future.
  4. 4. Facebook is making more interactive, engaging and visionary communities.
  5. 5. Facebook will enable unprecedented levels of openness and transparency in education.
  6. 6. The more freely information flows, the stronger the community becomes,
  7. 7. because then the community members can hold their own schools accountable. They can begin to think for themselves.
  8. 8. In the long run, Facebook will make schools more effective and more competitive.
  9. 9. Using systems thinking can help us meet any challenge.
  10. 10. Using Facebook, the CEO or Superintendent addresses the issue, idea or question to the public.
  11. 11. Examples: • Should students wear uniforms? • Implementing year around school? • Longer school days?
  12. 12. The public provides feedback through Facebook.
  13. 13. The CEO analyses the information.
  14. 14. The CEO presents the recommendation to the board.
  15. 15. The board approves or disapproves the recommendation.
  16. 16. Governing Board 1. CEO addressees the question to the public using Facebook. The idea 2. The public provides feedback 3. CEO analyses the information 4. CEO presents the recommendation to the board. 5. The board approves or disapproves the S CEO policy. t a P k a e r h e o Should We Go n l To School All t d Year Round? s e r s Constituents Staff
  17. 17. After all, it takes the community and Facebook to educate a child.
  18. 18. First DraFt Please help us to improve this idea. Your comments are more than welcome.

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