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  • Sandra Seagal & David Horne on "Educational Question of the Year"

    "It is our belief that to be effective citizens of a global society, individuals need to have in the first place as deep an understanding of themselves and their specific ways of functioning as possible." A brief context for the following remarks in response to the question: “What knowledge or skills will students need to be ...
    Posted to Import Test (Weblog) by scalesm on May 12, 2006
  • Sandra Seagal & David Horne on "Educational Question of the Year"

    "It is our belief that to be effective citizens of a global society, individuals need to have in the first place as deep an understanding of themselves and their specific ways of functioning as possible." A brief context for the following remarks in response to the question: “What knowledge or skills will students need to be ...
    Posted to COPPER Blog (Weblog) by margulisd on May 12, 2006
  • Robert Evans on "Educational Question of the Year"

    Rob Evans initially declined our invitation to respond the "Educational Question of the Year" for the reasons stated below.  However, in doing so, his reply contained a fair amount of food for thought, and with his kind permission that email response is reproduced below.  Although his writing and consulting has primarily ...
    Posted to Import Test (Weblog) by scalesm on March 23, 2006
  • Robert Evans on "Educational Question of the Year"

    Rob Evans initially declined our invitation to respond the "Educational Question of the Year" for the reasons stated below.  However, in doing so, his reply contained a fair amount of food for thought, and with his kind permission that email response is reproduced below.  Although his writing and consulting has primarily ...
    Posted to COPPER Blog (Weblog) by margulisd on March 23, 2006
  • Roger Schank on "Educational Question of the Year"

    What knowledge or skills will students need most to be effective citizens of our world in the future? but, you have asked the wrong question; it is not what they will need most but recognizing what they will not need that helps frame the issues to be dealt with in education; today I noticed an article about tutoring parents in math in order to ...
    Posted to Import Test (Weblog) by scalesm on March 15, 2006
  • Roger Schank on "Educational Question of the Year"

    What knowledge or skills will students need most to be effective citizens of our world in the future? but, you have asked the wrong question; it is not what they will need most but recognizing what they will not need that helps frame the issues to be dealt with in education; today I noticed an article about tutoring parents in math in order to ...
    Posted to COPPER Blog (Weblog) by margulisd on March 15, 2006
  • Educational Question of the Year Comments

    The following comments are reproduced from our discussion of the "Educational Question of the Year."  They have been featured as an entry in order to include them in the publication of the COPPER Blog Book. What knowledge or skills will students need most to be effective citizens of our world in the future? As a nursing professor ...
    Posted to Import Test (Weblog) by scalesm on March 10, 2006
  • Educational Question of the Year Comments

    The following comments are reproduced from our discussion of the "Educational Question of the Year."  They have been featured as an entry in order to include them in the publication of the COPPER Blog Book. What knowledge or skills will students need most to be effective citizens of our world in the future? As a nursing professor ...
    Posted to COPPER Blog (Weblog) by margulisd on March 10, 2006
  • The New Creative Economy

    Thanks to MCC's Dona Cady for forwarding the following thematic summary of the recent New England Board of Higher Education's fiftieth anniversary conference.  The issues addressed are relevant to our ongoing Question of the Year discussion as we attempt to prepare students for the future. The theme for the New England Board of Higher ...
    Posted to Import Test (Weblog) by scalesm on February 24, 2006
  • The New Creative Economy

    Thanks to MCC's Dona Cady for forwarding the following thematic summary of the recent New England Board of Higher Education's fiftieth anniversary conference.  The issues addressed are relevant to our ongoing Question of the Year discussion as we attempt to prepare students for the future. The theme for the New England Board of Higher ...
    Posted to COPPER Blog (Weblog) by margulisd on February 24, 2006
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