For example, the average thinking capacity in a population is not considered an intelligence. Intelligence is on one of the ends of the bell shaped curve.
However, being naturally smart does not include the notion of the expert knowledge.
Artificial intelligence is a substitute for that.
So, my understanding is that your philosophy includes a standard approach for one man problem solving task, but tasks ,which require a collaborative intelligence, which in its turn, uses the systems analysis, are based on the following sequence: identify a problem- identify all possible aspects and/or parts of the system- identify different experts, specialists from different fields-create a model- find components as targets for modification- explore the result- create a working model and implement it- see if it works-appoint a decision maker and ask a policymaker for support. Something like that.…
r zip code should not discount the quality of your education." The new Secretary of Education must develop effective stragegies that will equalize the quality of teacher practice, instructional and information resources, teacher training and, last but certainly not least, teacher, administrator, district, family AND community accountibility for student learning.
Our youth are our most important. We need to identify what is wrong with our local schools (without placing blame), identify alternative strategies for fixing the problems and pick the best solution for the students.…
Added by Eric Feder at 11:37am on January 14, 2009
xtremely complex to humans, but solvable.
I personally am interested how to use social groups to get experts to help solve problems , which could help people to live better. An online solution and working groups would be ideal. I wonder if you would be able in the future identify a complex task, do a literature search (a scientific literature), identify experts in all different fields, approach them, and have an online working group, Twitter this event, find social groups and reach politicians.
To my surprise , I can not find any info on comparison of different insurance companies in the USA. People have no clue where and what is going on and why.…
ts / Researchers at American Psychological Association and Professors at Northwestern University's Centre for Talent Development and University of California, Berkeley.
Rena F. Subotnik, Paula Olszewski-Kubilius, and Frank C. Worrell, (2011), Rethinking Giftedness and Gifted Education: A Proposed Direction Forward Based on Psychological Science , Psychological Science in Public Interest, Vol 12(1) 3–54
A comprehensive mega model for talent development has been presented by Subotnik et al (2011) which covers various domains like sports, music, academics etc and across various stages like childhood, adolescene and adulthood. This model takes into account talent development models of the illustrious scholars like Bloom, Renzulli, Sternberg and others.
The monumental work by Subotnik et al articulates a unified vision of giftedness from the perspective of psychological science. It gives a upto date definition of giftedness which manifests in the early stages as potential and later as achievements and eventually as eminence.
Talent Development Model of Subotnik et al (2011)