7 edition of Liberal Education in a Knowledge Society found in the catalog.
June 28, 2002
by Open Court
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||320|
The notion “knowledge society” (“sociedad del conocimiento”) emerged toward the end of the 90s and is particularly used as an alternative by some in academic circles to the “information society”. UNESCO, in particular, has adopted the term “knowledge society”, or its variant, “knowledge societies”, within its institutional. The Value of a Liberal Education Words | 7 Pages. In today’s society we view education as many things, but among the many views and opinions of education there are two major views we see that stand out, education is a right for all and education is necessary only for finding a successful career.
Globalization, rapidly growing information and communications technologies, and the hegemony of neo-liberal ideology introduce new dimensions to the perennial challenge of having to justify liberal education as a rational, responsible undertaking in a democratic society. In the article, “On The Uses of a Liberal Education: As a Weapon In the Hands of the Restless Poor,” published by Harper’s Magazine, the social critic Earl Shorris described how political power could be achieved by a rather non-vocational educational discipline, the .
A liberal education is not a matter of studying certain subjects; it may flow from any subject. It implies something more than knowledge of the social sciences, of art, of literature, and of mathematics. Indeed, one may graduate from a liberal arts . Education experts share the best books they’ve read about teaching liberal education serves the development of citizens and is essential for .
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Liberal Education in a Knowledge Society Hardcover – J by Barry Smith (Editor) See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ $ Paperback "Please retry" $ Format: Hardcover.
Liberal education was once governed by a canon, a recognized body of knowledge considered essential for transmission from one generation to the next. These essays examine the plight of modern educational theory in a world trying to cope with information overload without the guidance of a canon.
Introduction: a new definition of liberal education / Harold Henderson and Barry Smith --Liberal education in a knowledge society / Carl Bereiter --Educational objectives in advanced countries: some economic considerations / J.S.S.
Edwards and S.C. Ogilvie --Collective cognitive responsibility for the advancement of knowledge / Marlene. Working out a vision for education in a knowledge society minimally requires taking account of knowledge in two quite distinct senses: first, knowledge as Author: Carl Bereiter.
A liberal education re-establishes the mutual ground of knowledge to foster relationships, respect, and Liberal Education in a Knowledge Society book. With so many Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) there is still the opportunity to study and learn humanities, history, art, and culture.
If you have not watched Fareed Zakaria’s GPS show I highly recommend it/5(). Liberal Education in a Knowledge Society, and Peter Jarvis’s The Age of Learning — converge on knowledge society as a defining characteristic.
1 With knowledge the key feature of this society, it should be a wonderful time to be a university professor,Cited by: Aristotle is describing, on the one hand, specialized knowledge, and, on the other hand, what used to be called sound reasoning: namely, the combination of training in logic, interpretation, and argumentation that allows well-educated people to tell whether anyone—even an expert in a particular subject—is arguing is by some such ability that a scientific.
Liberal education is a perilous asset unless other and independent factors cooperate in the molding of a person. It is an asset, neverthelesss, both because of what it contributes—a good mind, which everyone would enjoy having—and because a good mind is useful, though never by itself sufficient, for the acquisition of all other goods.
The books I have identified, with the help of members of the Institute of Ideas’ Education Forum, teachers and colleagues at several universities, constitute an attempt at an education “canon”.
What are “out” of my list are textbooks and guides to classroom practice. What are also “out” are novels and : Dennis Hayes. Best Liberal Arts Books Some recommendations from Leon Conrad, publisher at Liberalis Books The book of knowledge; the children's encyclop by.
Arthur Mee. Moral Education and the Liberal Arts by. Michael H. Mitias (Editor). Liberal Education in a Knowledge Society. Barry Smith. Liberal education—education which is not training for work—used to be governed by a canon, a recognized body of knowledge which was considered valuable for transmission from one generation to the next.
In the knowledge society, there is a conflict between “education for profit” and “education for humanity.” Education for profit is needed for students’ economic survival and success in the knowledge economy.
Education for humanity is needed for their existential lives worthy of human by: 2. Writings on liberal education are not in general a delight to read. It is too easy to decry what we manage to do, or fail to do, in our various educational institutions; it is too easy to offer sententious uplift with that lack of social realism that is endemic to educational discourse.
A liberal education involves open and far-ranging instruction in the humanities, social sciences, and sciences in order to prepare students for life in a free society. The book makes the case that a liberal education enables “students to make sense of the world and their place in it, preparing them to use knowledge and skills as a means to engage responsibly.
LIBERAL EDUCATION AND THE NATIONAL CURRICULUM viiithe franchise was being extended to working men for the first time, placing on them a responsibility which clearly demanded a high level of intellectual and moral formation.
Arnold argued that if this combination of cultural impoverishment,File Size: 1MB. Philosophy of Liberal Education Compiled by Andrew Chrucky "The aim of liberal education is to create persons who have the ability and the disposition to try to reach agreements on matters of fact, theory, and actions through rational discussions.".
Every year in America millions of dollars are spent on “education.”1 We have made K schooling a priority, offered every child the chance at a high school diploma, and, more recently, emphasized the importance of a college degree.
Yet despite this commitment of time, energy, and money not only are students falling behind internationally on test scores2 and graduating high. A liberal education is a system or course of education suitable for the cultivation of a free human being. It is based on the medieval concept of the liberal arts or, more commonly now, the liberalism of the Age of Enlightenment.
It has been described as "a philosophy of education that empowers individuals with broad knowledge and transferable skills, and a stronger sense of.
The ideal recipient of this holistic liberal education knows “where he and his science stand” because “he has come to it, as it were, from a height, he has taken a survey of all knowledge and he treats his own in consequence with a philosophy and a resource, which belongs not to the study itself, but to his liberal education.”.
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The Association of American Colleges and Universities recently launched the LEAP Employer-Educator Compact to make the quality of college learning a national priority as employers seek college graduates with a broader set of skills and knowledge.
LEAP -- Liberal Education and America's Promise -- is a national advocacy, campus action, and research Author: Melissa Cheyney.The Demands of Liberal Education is a political philosophy book by Meira Levinson that establishes a liberal political theory of children's education that fits the mutual needs of the state and its diverse her: Oxford University Press.