Manifesto for learning: fundamental principles
Collins, Janet, Harkin, Joe and Nind, Melanie (2002) Manifesto for learning: fundamental principles, London, GB, Continuum, 212pp.
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Drawing on their own and others’ research from all sectors of education, the authors show how good learning depends crucially on a few easily understood principles. These hold good regardless of the age or nature of the learner of the context in which the learner is working. Manifesto for Learning explains these principles and how to apply them, showing in the process how to make the vision of a lifelong learning society a reality.
1. What is our Understanding of Learning
2. Learning in Infancy--A Model for Life?
3. How Can We Enhance Learning through Relationships?
4. Why does Communication Break Down
5. Learner Perspectives--Why start here?
6. Do Teachers' Perspectives Matter?
7. Collaborative Learning and Collaborative Teaching?
8. Collaborating in Learning Communities?
9. How does Talking About Communication Help?
|Keywords:||learning, teaching, lifelong learning, collaborative learning, pedagogy|
|Date Deposited:||24 Jan 2006|
|Last Modified:||16 Apr 2017 23:04|
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