Πέμπτη, 19 Μαρτίου 2015

European Journal of Education : Research, Development and Policy

European Journal of Education : Research, Development and Policy


   Vol. 50, n°1, 3/2015

  What Is Learning For?

 
  • Editorial, Roberto Carneiro, Richard Desjardins, Jean Gordon and Janet Looney
  • Part I: Thought Pieces
  • Meaning and Mission, Mamphela Ramphele
  • What is Learning For?, Valerie Hannon
  • What is Learning and Why Does It Matter?, Michael Young
  • Epistemic Literacy or a Clash of Clans? A Capability-based View on the Future of Learning and Education, Ilkka Tuomi
  • What Is Learning For? The Promise of a Better Future, Xavier Prats Monné
  • Part II: Original Articles
  • The Development of a Comprehensive and Coherent Theory of Learning, Knud Illeris
  • Competences, Learning Theories and MOOCs: Recent Developments in Lifelong Learning, Karl Steffens
  • Higher Education as a Field of Study and Research in Europe, Barbara M. Kehm
  • What is Education For? On Good Education, Teacher Judgement, and Educational Professionalism, Gert Biesta
  • UNESCO, the Faure Report, the Delors Report, and the Political Utopia of Lifelong Learning, Maren Elfert
  • Learning: The Treasure within — Prospects for Education in the 21st Century, Roberto Carneiro

 http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/ejed.2015.50.issue-1/issuetoc

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