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by Richard W. Hostrop

  • ISBN: 0882800167
  • Category: Other
  • Author: Richard W. Hostrop
  • Subcategory: Education
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Etc Publications; No Edition Stated edition (June 1, 1975)
  • Pages: 324 pages
  • FB2 size: 1544 kb
  • EPUB size: 1462 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
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Education is the platform for our success or failure, but is our . This is a very significant book for the future of education. He demolishes barriers which are outdated: students are no longer segregated by age, subjects are not learned in isolation.

Education is the platform for our success or failure, but is our system still fit for purpose? . There is a lot of talk about how schools don't do what we want/need them to do (A School is a Lousy Place To Learn Anything In, Becker 1972), how they kill creativity, (Ken Robinson, 2006 on TED) and how they have to prepare children for jobs that doesn't even exist yet (shifthappens).

Hardcover: 249 pages. A unique, disturbing, and important book for all those concerned about the future of education.

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Check these 7 trends that will shape the future of education. Peer pressure, competition, boredom, and bullies are no longer the part of an education process. Due to the need to give education more individual approach, the priority will be given to homeschooling. Students will be able to study and learn what they want, when they want, and for as long as they want. It will also give more physical, emotional and religious freedom as well as opportunity to spend more time with family. Significantly less money is spent on homeschooling than on an average public school. Statistics: There are approximately . million home-educated students in the United States.

Government agencies Third, futures studies challenges and unpacks the assumptions behind dominant and contending views of the future.

First, futures studies often examines trends to compose possible, probable, and preferable futures along with the role "wild cards" can play on future scenarios. Third, futures studies challenges and unpacks the assumptions behind dominant and contending views of the future. The future thus is not empty but fraught with hidden assumptions.

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So how does the future of education need to evolve to support the needs of tomorrow’s workforce? . But the latest patchwork of third-party educators, while important for pushing innovation, can help take on the true scope of this educational challenge only if it’s part of a larger, codified system of instruction. Many educators have already called for a more flexible system based on specific skill sets, not four-year degrees and liberal arts curricula.

These range from peace education and global education to education for sustainability and futures education. By examining yesterday's forecasts about today and today's forecasts about tomorrow regarding how they relate to truth claims and explanatory claims, four ideal types can be discerned: 1) predictions, 2) prognoses, 3) science fiction and 4) utopias/ dystopias. Hicks (2004) notes a number of views on futures. References to the future, whether in policy or curriculum documents, tend to fall into three categories-1) tacit, 2) token and 3) taken for granted.

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