Daily Archives: September 3, 2010

Future Learning – In search of Leadership

This paper tries to do two things: • Firstly, explore what we know about what leadership is and how that view has shifted over time • And secondly to understand how management and leadership contribute to organisational performance It might … Continue reading

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Future Learning – The growing importance of Generic Skills

Although it is generally recognised that modern economies require the use of continually greater skills, the notion of skill is often translated to mean education. Thus, a more educated workforce is being sought by all governments in the advanced industrialised … Continue reading

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Future Learning – Connecting Workplace Learning and Vocational Education and Training to Lifelong Learning

The recognition that workplaces are learning environments has become widespread in both research and policy circles, but workplace learning is often absent from debates about lifelong learning. Similarly, vocational education and training (VET) is also referred to as a separate … Continue reading

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Educación Popular y la Investigación Acción Participativa

Read El autor nos describe dos experiencias en dos marcos tan distintos como Europa y América latina. Nos hace ver los puntos de coincidencia a realizar en dos espacios tan diferentes desde un nuevo enfoque de los movimientos sociales y … Continue reading

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Gramsci e a Educacao Popular na America Latina – percepcoes do debate brasileiro

Read Este artigo argumenta que a contribuição de António Gramsci tem sido central nos trabalhos de intelectuais, profissionais de ONG’s, professores e activistas sociais no contexto da educação popular na América Latina. A educação popular é definida como um paradigma … Continue reading

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Pedagogical Innovation in new Learning Communities – An in-depth study of twelve online Learning Communities

The main aim of this study is to collect evidence on the learning innovation emerging in online communities and to draw conclusions on the lessons learnt and on emerging models and features that could eventually be transferred to education and … Continue reading

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Cuentos y Servicios de la Web 2.0 – síntesis de viejas y nuevas formas de Aprender

Los cuentos constituyeron durante mucho tiempo la única forma en que la gente aprendía de las experiencias de los demás. Aún hoy día existen culturas que todavía poseen una fuerte tradición oral. En este artículo presentamos los resultados y las … Continue reading

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Mapping Major Changes to Education and Training in 2025

The emerging map of future changes to education and training can be divided into a set of 12 thematic clusters, ranging from technological changes over globalisation to changing pedagogical concepts. Anticipated changes that rate particularly high in importance according to … Continue reading

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Learning Communities – schools, parents and challenges for wider community involvement in schools

This presentation will focus, for the most part, on a project of parental involvement in a state primary school located in a predominantly working-class area in a Mediterranean country. It will draw briefly on qualitative empirical work carried out with … Continue reading

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Future Learning – Integrating the internet into Women’s lives

This paper explores how the internet is taken up and used by women in the everyday; how it enters their lives, and how it is integrated into other projects and areas of life. Internet use is treated as an activity … Continue reading

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