The Era of Lifelong Learning : Implications for Secondary SchoolsLifelong Learning
AbstractThis era of lifelong learning is a time when knowledge is increasing and changing rapidly. Focusing on implications for individuals and schools, this paper addresses issues such as the need for information literacy, the need to develop a questioning, reasoning and evaluating approach to learning appropriate generic competencies, and the importance of identity and learning how to learn.
Citation InformationJennifer Bryce, Tracey Frigo, Phillip McKenzie and Graeme Withers. "The Era of Lifelong Learning : Implications for Secondary Schools" (2000)
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