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by David Seth Preston

  • ISBN: 9042011467
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: David Seth Preston
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Rodopi (August 26, 2003)
  • Pages: 217
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This book represents a ‘position statement’ from the intellectually vibrant and challenging debate that emanated from the inaugural conference project launch entitled 'The Idea of Education' held at Mansfield College, Oxford in July 2002.

The Idea of Education At the Interface, Probing the Boundaries (Том 5) At the interface/probing the boundaries (Том 5), ISSN 1570-7113.

The book conveys a wide spectrum of views about 'the idea of education' in recognition of the fact that 'the idea' is not as straightforward as it may appear on the surface. It seems the universities are not alone in this apparent uncertainty of definition. Further Education seems equally nonplussed as regard its purpose or raison d'être. The Idea of Education At the Interface, Probing the Boundaries (Том 5) At the interface/probing the boundaries (Том 5), ISSN 1570-7113.

Contemporary Issues in Education (At the Interface Probing the Boundaries). Download (pdf, 777 Kb) Donate Read. Epub FB2 mobi txt RTF. Converted file can differ from the original. If possible, download the file in its original format.

Dr David Seth Preston is Reader in Information Ethics at the University of East London, London, U. Series: At the Interface, Probing the Boundaries (Book 22). Paperback: 203 pages.

Dr David Seth Preston is Reader in Information Ethics at the University of East London, London, UK. His interests include: the legal implication, social issues and ethics of technology; the development and future of the university as an institution; and managerialism with all its ramifications. Publisher: Rodopi (November 16, 2004).

The Idea of Education - I-Ebook ibhalwe ngu-David Seth Preston. The Idea of Education. At the Interface, Probing the Boundaries. David Seth PrestonJanuwari 1, 2003. Funda leli bhuku usebenzisa uhlelo lokusebenza le-Google Play Amabhuku ku-PC yakho, i-android, amadivayisi e-iOS. Landela ukufunda ngokungaxhunyiwe ku-inthanethi, gqamisa, bekisa noma thatha amanothi ngenkathi ufunda i-The Idea of Education.

This book represents a ‘position statement’ from the intellectually vibrant and challenging debate that emanated from the inaugural conference project launch entitled 'The Idea of Education' held at Mansfield College, Oxford in July 2002

This book represents a ‘position statement’ from the intellectually vibrant and challenging debate that emanated from the inaugural conference project launch entitled 'The Idea of Education' held at Mansfield College, Oxford in July 2002. The book conveys a wide spectrum of views about 'the idea of education' in recognition of the fact that 'the idea' is not as straightforward as it may appear on the surface. It seems the universities are not alone in this apparent uncertainty of definition

Claes & David Seth Preston (Ed. ISBN.

No. 72 in the At the interface/Probing the boundaries series, by Tom Claes & David Seth Preston (ed., isbn: 9789042030961, Rodopi, Amsterdam & New York, 2010. Resulting from a collection of papers delivered at a 2008, inter-disciplinary conference in Budapest, this text brings together 17 academics, each electing to investigate one of the different obstacles facing higher education around the world today. Claes & David Seth Preston (Ed.

Education - At the Interface, Probing the Boundaries 8 (Paperback).

Virtual Learning and Higher Education - At the Interface, Probing the Boundaries 8 (Paperback). The book is divided into three main parts which consist of the following themes within Higher Education: current practical and planned uses for Virtual Learning; the future & vision; and the large questions that remain unanswered behind & Education'. The contributors range from the nerdy end of experimenters of futuristic innovative technologies via the practitioner middle of well-known organizers of existing virtual systems to the other extreme of the critical engagement of philosophers.

Items related to Virtuality and Education: A Reader (At the Interface/Probing. Virtuality and Education: A Reader (At the Interface/Probing the Boundaries 34). ISBN 13: 9789042020542. The main common themes of an earlier book in this series, Virtual Learning and Higher Education, were: the extent to which education should become ‘virtual’, the actual cost and value of such innovation and to what degree such education suits its stakeholders.

Behind the rationale of the each project is the idea that learning and reflection is best conducted through an interactive process which engages in mutual and reciprocal dialogue. Dr Robert Fisher Inter-Disciplinary. This page intentionally left blank.

This book represents a ‘position statement’ from the intellectually vibrant and challenging debate that emanated from the inaugural conference project launch entitled 'The Idea of Education' held at Mansfield College, Oxford in July 2002. The book conveys a wide spectrum of views about 'the idea of education' in recognition of the fact that 'the idea' is not as straightforward as it may appear on the surface. It seems the universities are not alone in this apparent uncertainty of definition. Further Education seems equally nonplussed as regard its purpose or raison d'être. Furthermore, even for those within the sector, it appears to be a point of much contention as to where Further Education ends and Higher Education begins. The book is divided into three main sections: The Current Structures of Education, Issues within Contemporary Education and The Ambitions of Education. The chapters wrestle, sometimes at variance with each other, with the paradoxes and concerns felt by each writer grappling with the idea of education.