Visions of the Future: Why We Need to Teach for Tomorrow
Trentham Books, 1995 - 160 síđur
IF one of the key roles of education is to prepare young people for the future why is the future a missng dimension in education? This book breaks new ground by bringing together three crucial concerns: the central role that images of the future play in social and cultural change; the nature of young people's hopes and fears for the future; and the need for schools to educate for a future that will be very different from the present.
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