i-Learn: Education and Certification Systems



The iLearn system application will ensure education opportunities, and the open dissemination of information (public and private).

The iLearn application will enable an open system for the people to become knowledgeable and proficient in any area they wish to acquire certification or knowledge to meet their personal as well as professional goals, and to create universal achievement standards for mathematics, science, and technological proficiency.

iLearn will also be used for collaborative research and development for public and private industries to ensure the sharing of research findings; prevent the corruption of data; and to ensure accurate information regarding research findings are open and transparent to make certain the people have accurate information regarding true causes of effects of production, products, medical procedures, and system effects; and to acknowledge the contributions and achievements of the appropriate individual/s.

The Boards of Education along with Labor Unions and Trade Guilds will work to ensure fundamental and advanced education requirements are met by all citizens. And will work directly with producers and manufactures to ensure the people are trained to meet job specific certification requirements.

The Global Education Board will ensure the people are trained in the maintenance and programming of the System CORE to assure its continued advancement with societal needs. Programming and coding will be taught as a basic educational requirement.


Education Process

Education for grades up to the 12th level (high school) will take place in regular class room settings, and will be led by an in-person instructor. Computers and web based learning systems will also be used for At-Your-Pace Learning.

Grade levels will be applicable, but, an “at your pace” learning style will be implemented to ensure students are fully competent in a subject before introducing curriculum that is more advanced.


Many people, teachers, administrators, business professionals, and scientists will be involved in establishing curriculum standards for basic education, and for the skill set requirements for each job profession for each industry segment.


Education System

Teachers and Professors

Teachers and college level professors will record their lessons, which they will be compensated for, and lessons will be made available to the public.

After video recording of coursework, teachers and college level professors will be available for interactive question and answer sessions, in a physical classroom or in a virtual setting.
A virtual classroom mockup is shown in Figure 14, page 135.

Teaching professionals will not depend on a college to secure employment (tenure). A teacher’s tenure will depend on the knowledge they offer, and the attendance levels for the question and answer sessions they offer, which will be available globally for virtual classrooms.

Knowledge is based in truth, either it is factual or false; the outcome of the processes taught are constructive or destructive. Thus, if one acquires true knowledge, the ranking of the institution one receives knowledge from is irrelevant.

With use of the System Core, alumni, fraternity, and society relations will be immaterial, and professors and teachers will be able to focus on the most important aspects of teaching to ensure academic success – understanding (the ability to reflect, relate, and associate likeness and difference).

Proctors and Testing

Online and onsite testing proctors will monitor students during testing sessions.

Testing will be computer, lab, or residency based, and administered by testing officials regardless of the school or college an individual attends.

Certification or licensure by the Board of Education Certification and Licensing (BECL) will be required to confirm a degree, regardless of the institution one attends.

Thus, an individual’s final testing scores will be the driving factor of their ranking and job opportunities, and not the institution they attended, as the curriculum, regardless of the institution, is the primary importance.

Thus, self-taught individuals may be certified and licensed in fields that do not require labs and hands on experience, without having attended college, provided they pass testing requirements. This provision is provided to encourage and detect abstract thinkers, and geniuses.



Figure 14


Online Learning Applications

Online learning will consist of the following applications:


  • Online Lesson Plans
  • E-learning Online Courses
  • SCORM Technologies
  • Tests and quizzes
  • Social and collaborative learning
  • Video learning


  • Online training (various trades):
    • Customer service training
    • Sales training
    • Customer training
    • Safety training
    • IT training
    • Product training
    • Healthcare training


Basic Education

Basic education materials and applications will be available for at home and at your pace learning.

  • Hundreds of educational books, interactive games, songs, stories, and activities
  • Customizable worksheets
    Powerful worksheet generator creates custom worksheets based on student performances to help them build skills in subject areas they require assistance.
  • Progress tracking
  • Learning programs track progress through dozens of skill-based lessons and submit weekly test scores to GCTA. Students are rewarded for learning and information retention.


Student Compensation Calculator

Willit compensation for students is calculated in similar fashion to Willit compensation for production and service provision.

Willits earned by students can be traded for goods and services they desire in the iWAUT Market upon parental approval. Student compensation is an incentive to ensure students understand their future earnings will directly correlate with their education and competence levels, and teaches students the value of hard work.

Basic, Intermediate, and Advance Levels for a grade level are used to determine rates of compensation, as well as weekly test scores.

The first step in processing Willits for students is the entry of School Hours and Study hours.




Figure 15



Student Willit Example:

We will determine the compensation for a student named Angela (see Figure 15, page 139):

Reference Step 3/5: 
We will give Angela an age of 16, and a Grade Level of 10

Reference Step 6:
Angela is studying an Advanced Curriculum Level 5 (honor role).

Reference Step 7:
Angela is a student so the Hierarchy will remain constant.

Reference Step 8:
Angela’s scores 83 percent on her weekly test.
Angela will receive 176.60 Willits per week for her studies, yet she is losing 36.17 Willits because she is not yet 100% competent based on her test scores.

Students also receive monthly bonuses for healthy living and acceptable social behavior.

The Goal

Students who achieve academic success are rewarded. Students that have performed below average will have a visual tool to measure their success and potential. Students are also motivated to acquire the things they desire through academic success. Students will learn from a very early age they must work for the things they desire in life.

Unlike our current economic system, the Willit compensation an individual receives is earned based on an individual’s merit.