ISKME

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ISKMEInstitute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education
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Lisa Petrides, ISKME's founder and CEO, has advised foreign governments and U.S.
We are delighted to have the participation and support of QFI as I believe that the most challenging issues we face in the world today are dependent on education and that the solutions themselves will require global participation," ISKME president Lisa Petrides said.
Lisa Petrides, president of ISKME, the sponsoring organization for the meeting, said, "Our education system is at a crossroads.
ISKME's Petrides, for one, believes that the professionalizing of teaching occurs when instructors are engaged in and excited about curriculum development--something that she is convinced happens most often when teachers use and share open content.
According to Lisa Petrides, president of ISKME, "OER Commons brings the open content movement into the classroom.
ISKME teamed with the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation (www.hewlett.org), which funds efforts to solve the world's social and environmental problems, to create OER Commons (www.
Journal, in partnership with the Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education (ISKME), prepared this special four-part report on data-driven decision-making.
Read each article of the four-part ISKME Special Series at www.thejournal.com.
Petrides are vice president and president, respectively, of ISKME (www.iskme.org), a research institute in Half Moon Bay, CA.
This multipart series leverages comprehensive research from the Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education (ISKME: www.iskme.org), an independent, nonprofit educational think tank located in Half Moon Bay, CA.
One of the greatest challenges facing today's districts is matching resources to goals, says Lisa Petrides, president of ISKME, adding that, although they developed strategies to align their financial, human, and technological resources to meet their goals, many districts came up against significant barriers and limitations.