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IDEAS GENERATION. STANFORD UNIVERSITY
Transcript of IDEAS GENERATION. STANFORD UNIVERSITY
Making a blog where he share online each course learned in college.
Participating in online challenges of collaborative platforms from universities and / or companies, that are constantly seeking solutions to real problems through collective intelligence.
Volunteering during college as a student assistant in all the courses he has already taken and passed .
Paying a private tutor to reinforce the learning process.
Forming and participating in a community of study with his classmates for each course he is taking during college.
Making as many internships as possible in companies in his field of studying during college.
Exercising a 'flip learning' experience: reading and studying each course material before class, and take advantage of the class to deepen, reflect, ask questions, explore, challenge the material.
Studying and doing the assignments in groups whenever possible during college. Team working will challenge his knowledge, will test it.
Participating in a virtual simulator about a day's work, like a video game, in which he has to solve specific tasks and problems in his field of study.
Going to some sort of hypnosis therapy to consolidate the knowledge acquired in the courses during college.
Working with a psychologist in techniques of attention, learning, reflection.
Taking summer courses to enhance the knowledge incorporation.
Challenging the model and focusing on working full time and studying part time.
Observing and talking with professionals with real work experience to see how they handle, how they work, how they think, how they solve things.
Working as a tutor for other students to put him in the challenge of having to dig deeper to solve doubts.
Starting up his own small ventures and professional projects in the field of study during college.
Alternating between a year of college and study with one year of work, practice exclusively.
Working in a fictitious company developed by the university where you take the last college year, where he will have to apply what he has learned. It works like a real company, but being fictional, no real impact.
Taking the habit of looking close of cutting-edge publications on case studies of successes and failures in business related to your field of study.
Developing a mind mapping summary for the material of each course taken during college.
Creating challenges (setting a nice prize as incentive) and exposing them to his college classmates: raising problematic situations related to his field of study and competing about who better to solve them.
Developing a Youtube channel with classes "for dummies", in which explain and teach back what he is learning in college, but in a way that anyone can understand.
Developing a website "The solutions finder" (in his field of study), where people can make inquiries, ask for help to do some work, or post problems, doubts and he will help them out for free during college.
Working as a freelance researcher examines how local companies apply what he is learning in college and shares his thoughts with classmates through social media.
Trying out a "mental transmitter of experiences", so teachers and experience professionals could transfer the applied knowledge, and confidence to him.
Receiving an implantation of false memories that everything learned already been applied in the past in multiple situations.
Playing to test his knowledge on what he learned at the end of each class of each course, and all the times he wants, through an interactive trivia for a mobile application.
Having a Guru o Life Couch by his side to help him to control his emotions and feelings and develop confidence and self-esteem during college and in his first year of work.
Settling a microchip in his head which validates the correct application of learning when he has an idea or thinks how to solve some problem.
Using a time machine that allows him to test different ways to try and resolve things at work, and once he sees all results, choose the better one.
Participating in a survival camp every summer, where situations are addressed with much pressure and stress, and survival himself and the team members depend on his ability to apply the knowledge learned so far in college.
Taking each course twice, but with a different study group, different teachers, in another university in another country.
Starting to work in a company where the first year, mistakes and errors do not count, regardless of the consequences his actions cause.
Hiring a private evaluator, which theoretically and practically challenged him in multiples ways on everything learned.
Evaluating how others solve problems and apply knowledge in college assignments or in real work at companies, and challenge this as an exercise, always thinking about how it could have been done better.
Creating out of each course a story, a script, making and telling a story that involves the application of that knowledge.
Doing summer internships to implement what he has learned during the college year.
Having access to a "big brother" of the life at work of a senior professional with experience in their field of learning.
Reversing the roles in the learning process: sometimes as a student gives the class and have the responsibility his classmates understand and learn.
Counting during the first year of work with a standing committee of teachers that will help him to make decisions and better implement the knowledge acquired in college.
Practicing performing arts, theater, during college to gain experience and training in the exhibition feeling of being at the forefront of many people who will watch and judge what you do and how you do it.
Practicing an individual sport and compete in tournaments constantly during college to strengthen the character in situations of pressure and competition, and demystify the fear of making mistakes and fail. There is always a new match to play.
Living the college experience as a team of two through all the years, and the first year of work also, they have to be hire together.
Working for a short period of time in a job totally away and different to his field of knowledge. So you he will not feel the pressure of having to know what to do and how. He will have to rely on intuition, common sense, research, negotiation and many other skills that do not have to do only with the knowledge.
Participating in a college space where professionals are invited to share experiences of failure in order to demystify it as something terrible and make him lose his fear in working in real life.
Living a year in another country with a completely different culture and language, and work even with these limitations and obstacles trying to apply what they learned in college.
Becoming invisible to access confidential information to help him make decisions when he lacks experience and move in the organization without making mistakes when he is new.
Buying an "external brain", that works as an external disk, to use during college and then at work, where he can store the knowledge, and maintain his own brain light, only with experiences and good memories, to think fast and easy, but always with direct access to the external brain.
Placing a button to turn off his body's emotions of fatigue and/or boredom during college, and insecurity and/or fear during early work experiences.
the most practical idea
HOW MIGHT HE....
apprehend/incorporate the knowledge obtain during college in a more accurate manner for improving his job performance.
the most disruptive idea
my favorite idea
if we could get transferred the experiences of our parents, teachers, bosses, etc. and automatically incorporate as our own, many things would no longer be a problem for any body! Each generation would be more and more competent, emotionally and intellectually because nobody would begin to learn from scratch.
But the question is, we would become semi-gods? would we become a perfect race? and more important that anything....
WOULD WE BE HAPPIER?
if the accompanying process of universities did not end when the person graduates but just after a year of being inserted in the labor market, the transition probably would not be so difficult for many students, it would generate more value for both companies as for individuals. I think that educational institutions are challenged to rethink their models to this new era.
if students achieve a balance between study and work during college, so as not to delay the studies, or disconnect from the reality of work, is the most practical way of effectively and usefully incorporate the knowledge gained in college and have a smooth transition after graduation.
Summer Internships are an ideal tool to accomplish this.