Strategy/Wikimedia movement/2017/Sources/Cycle 2/Wikipedia Community Schools Association Greece

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name of group Wikipedia Community Schools Association Greece
virtual location (page-link) or physical location (city/state/country) Athens, Attiki, Greece
Location type (e.g. local wiki, Facebook, in-person discussion, telephone conference) In person, telephone, social media, Wikipedia
# of participants in this discussion (a rough count) 17

Summary[edit]

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Theme keys
  1. Healthy, inclusive communities
  2. The augmented age
  3. A truly global movement
  4. The most trusted source of knowledge
  5. Engaging in the knowledge ecosystem
Questions keys
  1. What impact would we have on the world if we follow this theme?
  2. How important is this theme relative to the other 4 themes? Why?
  3. Focus requires tradeoffs. If we increase our effort in this area in the next 15 years, is there anything we’re doing today that we would need to stop doing?
  4. What else is important to add to this theme to make it stronger?
  5. Who else will be working in this area and how might we partner with them?
Theme Question Summary Statement Keyword
1 A 1 Content: Productivity is growing more if there is excellence in cooperation, than excellence in knowledge. soft skills, productivity
2 A 1 More women involved: more than men, they do not tolerate being addressed with depreciation, and leave. gender gap
3 A 1 Internet communities (wikis, too) suffer from bad behavior and team bullying. Our wikis could be a light beacon. behavior beacon
4 A 1 Standard education does not include soft skills and communities health. Our wikis could have an inside role. soft skills, education
5 A 1 Set the standards for modern (net) workplace behavior (eliminate workplace bullying and toxicity). workplace toxicity
6 A 2 All other themes naturally grow positively, except community health. This is a real threat, compared to 2,3,4,5. not self-sustainable
7 A 3 Drop the hierarchy-power control tree model that filters info upwards (focus on true feedback). bigotry, feedback
8 A 4 Polarization (right / wrong, enforcement of "better" opinion instead of seek for consensus), is the dna pattern for a bad climate polarization
9 A 4 Wiki communities are workplaces. Workplace moral harassment is legally unacceptable. mobbing
10 A 5 Specialists on workplace health. workplace health
11 A 5 Experts teaching emotional intelligence towards the benefit of overall good. emotional intelligence
12 A 5 Builders of special feedback tools on moral harassment (isolated incidents slip detection). special reporting tools
13 A 5 Experts spotting disturbed personalities and group behaviors (based on feedback). expert evaluators
14 C 1 Reach to knowledge, to places where it is difficult to reach today. reach
15 C 1 Save cultures, using their primary language and wording. verbalization
16 C 1 Spread the wiki way of healthy online collaboration, the prerequisite that allows growth of projects, in places where online culture is not properly cultivated. online culture
17 C 2 Sustainability of the movement is maintained by small projects, when the primary big projects (like english Wikipedia) are saturated in content and search for new ways to stay productive. saturation
18 C 3 Build emotional intelligence / soft skills of new area contributors, before editing skills. soft skills first
19 C 4 Satellites or other ways to achieve internet reach over large underpopulated areas satelites
20 C 5 Work together with missions who already have good work there. Train them first and make them feel everything is for the human, not wiki metrics, they can be our ambassadors missions
21 D 4 Promote online reliable sources online sources
22 E 1 Like NGOs, give solution where the official education cannot or has not yet succeded like NGOs
23 E 2 Education is strong roots, has the most value as it builds for life for life
24 E 4 Wikis can be thrown out of primary and secondary education system, if harassment surfaces. Education is hand to hand with community health and fun and has a rore in it. anti-bullying
25 E 5 Builders of tools and interfaces who have intelligence to focus on less computer-literated people, who are still a lot in education. less computer-literated
26 E 5 Builders of handy tools that can indeed do a lot, like charts, math, drawing, 3d etc tools, suitable for education, better and more good-looking than others.. handy edu-toolkit
27 E 5 Educators of adult educators, who build the new ways of learning. adult educators
28 E 5 NGOs for sensitive and special social groups. NGOs
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