|Statement||ed. by Peter H. Wagschal.|
|Contributions||Wagschal, Peter H.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||164|
The book links actual practice to underlying theories of both teaching and learning, and helps readers develop their own framework for thinking about educational educators who are interested in developing a technology-based classroom or teaching style. Product by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Learning tomorrows: education for a changing world / R. Buckminster Fuller --The quest for humanity via higher education / Wilma Scott Heide --Language as a commodity / Ivan Illich --Education in China / Gregory Anrig --Children of the revolution / . Learning Organizations: Developing Cultures for Tomorrow's Workplace contains essays by thirty-nine of the most respected practitioners and scholars of this topic. This definitive collection of essays is rich in concept and theory as well as application and : Sarita Chawla. The first e-book was shared over the Internet (or its predecessor ARPAnet) less than 50 years ago, and web-based online learning started less than 25 years ago. Discussions of digital learning in its various forms – online learning, e-learning, etc. – are now in the national media, sometimes describing it as the same thing we’ve seen for.
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