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Invite your friends to join the Unicist Goodwill Network

Invite your friends to join the Unicist Goodwill Network. Help us to expand the group in order to influence the International Organizations to foster “equal opportunities for all”.

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Unicist Ontology of Educational Evaluation

To foster equal opportunities for all we are organizing an international presentation of the research that will be published in the book “Educational Scenario – Defining the long term future of countries” by Peter Belohlavek.

It will be presented on February 18, 2010 at 11:00 am (New York time) in a global webconference.

The conclusions of the research, which began in 1978, define that individual evolution is fostered or hindered when the evaluation methodologies are not integrated.

Countries were multiple choice evaluations prevail foster operational thinking hindering the evolution of analytical, systemic and conceptual thinking. It is an extremely dualistic model that drives toward motion fallacies and “right or wrong” thinking.

Countries were analytical examinations prevail foster analytical thinking, hindering operational, systemic and conceptual thinking. It is a dualistic model where the option of true or false are installed in the society. This model fosters inaction fallacies.

Countries were real research evaluation prevails foster systemic thinking, hindering conceptual, analytical and operational thinking. Although it is an integrative thinking model it limits the perception to the validity of cause-effect relations. This model fosters the fallacies of doubt.

Countries were problem solving evaluation prevail foster conceptual thinking, hindering systemic, analytical and operational thinking. It is an integrative thinking model that limits the perception on the results of what is being done. This model fosters the taxonomic fallacies.

The integration of the models requires that the educational system integrate the natural competencies of the learners with the requirement of the objects that are being learned.

The unicist ontological approach allows the integration of the different evaluation approaches based on the characteristics of the culture and the requirements of the learning objects to allow people to maximize their empowerment minimizing the stereotyping of their attitudes in life.

The members of the Unicist Goodwill Network will be able to participate in this breakthrough presentation. Do not leave your friends aside.
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The next generation will profit from our actions.

Your comments are welcome

Diana Belohlavek
VP Unicist Knowledge Bank

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Education defines the long term scenario of countries 1

educationThe evaluation systems of the educational models define the long term future of countries. They define the social standard. The educational systems define the ethics of a country that establishes the limits of the possibilities in all aspects, including the economic and business world.

The unicist ontology of evolution applied to the educational systems worldwide shows the nature of the evolution and involution processes of societies driven by their educational models.

To shift the evolution process we gave free access to many of the researches on individual, institutional and social evolution.

There are three main unicist R&D e-books to deal with the crisis that began in 2008. Two of them have been published:

-Crisis 2008-2010
-Institutionalization, the key to growth

The third book “Educational Scenario – Defining the long term future of countries” will be published before the end of the year. It will be presented to the main International Organizations and will be available at the UBSE.

The research abstracts that sustain the book are already available at the Unicist Business Search Engine (UBSE): http://www.unicist.com

This book proposes an educational solution not only for developed countries but also for developing and underdeveloped countries. It is based on the unicist ontology of learning and its consequence on social and economic behavior.

It demonstrates that the evaluation systems of the educational models define the energy conservation function of the learning processes that define the long term possibilities of countries. Evolution and involution of countries and individuals become self-evident.

We strongly recommend you to be aware of the problem, because the educational system defines not only the long term scenario but also the evolution of the gap between the “poor” and the “rich” (low productivity vs. high productivity, which includes your personal role).

Education is the basis for our fostering of “equal opportunities for all”.

Access some information on your country’s educational system at
http://pisacountry.acer.edu.au/

You can have free access to the Unicist Object Driven Learning which is the solution applied to the individual field: http://www.unicist.org/deb_ual.php

Your comments are welcome

Peter Belohlavek

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