Implications of the Delors Report for schooling in South Australia

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Author: Teasdale, G. R.

Abstract:

This paper explores the implications of the Delors Report for schooling in South Australia. Six key themes are addressed; learning and learners, employment, technology and globalisation, learning throughout life, the global village and learning to be and to live together. This paper addresses the challenge of achieving a balance between emphasis on knowing and doing and being and living. This paper was presented at the final report of the Flinders University Institute of International Education high-level seminar on the UNESCO Delors Report. The seminar was held at Flinders University on 17 November 1998. The volume of papers is indexed at TD/TNC 59.99.

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This paper explores the implications of the Delors Report for schooling in South Australia. Six key themes are addressed; learning and learners, employment, technology and globalisation, learning throughout life, the global village and learning to be and to live together. This paper addresses the challenge of achieving a balance between emphasis on knowing and doing and being and living. This paper was presented at the final report of the Flinders University Institute of International Education high-level seminar on the UNESCO Delors Report. The seminar was held at Flinders University ...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Lifelong learning; Teaching and learning; Evaluation; Governance

Keywords: Schooling; Program evaluation; Education and training reform

Geographic subjects: Oceania; Australia; South Australia

Published: Adelaide, South Australia: Flinders University Institute of International Education, 1999

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Conference name: Invitational seminar on the Delors Report: learning - the treasure within

Date: 1999

Place: Adelaide, South Australia

ISBN: 0725807768

Resource type: Conference

Call Number:
TD/TNC 59.103



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