Teaching Children About Organizing

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Guest: Robert J. Glushko > Hosts: Patrick Bosek and Scott Abel

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Join us for Coffee and Content with Robert Glushko where we will discuss his efforts to adapt university-level curriculum contained in his 2013 award-winning textbook — "The Discipline of Organizing" — for elementary school students in a book whose working title is "Organizing for Kids." You'll learn how Glushko has adopted complex organizing principles and adapted them to teach young learners (and their parents) how to put organizing skills, concepts, and methods to work solving nearly any organizing problem. Bob Glushko is an Adjunct Full Professor of Cognitive Science at UC Berkeley. He joined the Berkeley faculty in 2002 after more than twenty years in industry R&D, consulting, and entrepreneurial experience in information systems and service design, content management, and electronic publishing. In his years at Berkeley Bob wrote two books, “Document Engineering” and “The Discipline of Organizing,” and kept busy with roasting coffee, making limoncello, scuba diving, and his chain saw. Coffee and Content is brought to you by The Content Wrangler and Heretto.
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