Leisure: Perspectives on Education and Policy (Aspects of Learning) ePub download
by Max Kaplan
- ISBN: 0810614944
- ISBN13: 978-0810614949
- ePub: 1126 kb | FB2: 1186 kb
- Language: English
- Publisher: National Education Association (January 1978)
- Rating: 4.4/5
- Votes: 452
- Format: doc mbr docx rtf
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Digital literacy in education, from the policy makers’ perspective. This policy brief gives an overview of its components and shows its relationships with other basic skills and competences. Digital literacy has become a topic of discussion in all current educational theories, and most of them recognize the enormous potential of ICTs to personalise teaching and learning processes through making them more adaptive and interactive.
Today leisure-time centres form part of a joint education system involving activities, which are regarded as essential in contributing to lifelong learning. The emphasis on learning has been accentuated in these centres, which are expected to take support in the general advice provided by the school curriculum and to cooperate with preschool class and school (Skolverket, 2007; Karlsudd, 2011a). A fusion of these directions is likely to benefit activities aiming at equal treatment. 2 52 Berit Willén LUNDGREN, Peter KARLSUDD. Special Needs Education Perspectives in the Practice of Leisure-Time Centres Figure 1: Desirable fusion.
In so doing, he is one of the few to try to develop an international perspective on educational policy.
For this reason, a substantial part of this book – parts I and II – dig deeper into these aspects to gather insights from the various regions of the world through the adoption o. .
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