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Excellent Example of Lean Content Strategy from a Nonprofit

Excellent Example of Lean Content Strategy from a Nonprofit | Social good branding | Scoop.it

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Beth Kanter's curator insight, December 19, 2013 3:32 PM

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10152105193379917&set=a.108957049916.91597.82295304916&type=1&theater




What 20% time allows students to do is pick their own project and learning outcomes, while still hitting all the standards and skills for their grade level. In fact, these students often go "above and beyond" their standards by reaching for a greater depth of knowledge than most curriculum tends to allow. The idea for 20% time in schools comes from Google's own 20% policy, where employees are given twenty percent of their time to work and innovate on something else besides their current project. It's been very successful in business practice, and now we can say that it has been wildly successful in education practice.

Beth Kanter's curator insight, December 19, 2013 3:39 PM

Edutopia post this image on its FacePage

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10152105193379917&set=a.108957049916.91597.82295304916&type=1&theater


The image had this annotation.

Encourage everyone you teach to be a genius by implementing "Genius Hour." Learn how to do it:http://bit.ly/1gISgwv.

Thanks for the image Science Is Awesome. Comic by Grant Snider for Red Lemon Club.


Two things to note.  The article on Edutopia site was written back in June, 2013.   The image came from another source but was on a related topic.   So they stitched together two quality pieces of content - one visual and a link on their FB page.   This is lean content curation.  Click through and note all the shares.




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Excellent Example of Lean Content Strategy from a Nonprofit

Excellent Example of Lean Content Strategy from a Nonprofit | Social good branding | Scoop.it

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Beth Kanter's curator insight, December 19, 2013 3:32 PM

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10152105193379917&set=a.108957049916.91597.82295304916&type=1&theater




What 20% time allows students to do is pick their own project and learning outcomes, while still hitting all the standards and skills for their grade level. In fact, these students often go "above and beyond" their standards by reaching for a greater depth of knowledge than most curriculum tends to allow. The idea for 20% time in schools comes from Google's own 20% policy, where employees are given twenty percent of their time to work and innovate on something else besides their current project. It's been very successful in business practice, and now we can say that it has been wildly successful in education practice.

Beth Kanter's curator insight, December 19, 2013 3:39 PM

Edutopia post this image on its FacePage

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10152105193379917&set=a.108957049916.91597.82295304916&type=1&theater


The image had this annotation.

Encourage everyone you teach to be a genius by implementing "Genius Hour." Learn how to do it:http://bit.ly/1gISgwv.

Thanks for the image Science Is Awesome. Comic by Grant Snider for Red Lemon Club.


Two things to note.  The article on Edutopia site was written back in June, 2013.   The image came from another source but was on a related topic.   So they stitched together two quality pieces of content - one visual and a link on their FB page.   This is lean content curation.  Click through and note all the shares.




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Social Good: Not just a buzz word or marketing campaign

Social Good: Not just a buzz word or marketing campaign | Social good branding | Scoop.it
Charitable organizations are nothing new, in fact, they’ve been around for ages. Over the years we’ve some amazing and unique organizations try to tackle disease, illness, or causes ...
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Recognizing The World's Top 40 Social Marketing Talent

Recognizing The World's Top 40 Social Marketing Talent | Social good branding | Scoop.it
Hiring talent with ‘Klout’ is a double-edged sword. Some employers believe influencers make excellent candidates because they are natural sharers and outspoken community builders that can add a ton of value inside an organization and out. Others are deeply concerned about the risks of hiring influencers.  According to one prominent [...]

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Naomi Assaraf's curator insight, May 9, 2014 5:20 PM

Honoring some top #Social talent, and so happy to see so many friends on this list! :)

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Reminder: the Volunteering Resource Library is Here to Help | Engaging Volunteers

Reminder: the Volunteering Resource Library is Here to Help | Engaging Volunteers | Social good branding | Scoop.it
You can find and share tools, research and templates for volunteer management and engagement in VolunteerMatch's Volunteering Resource Library on the IdeaEncore Network.
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