ERIC Number: ED272584
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1984
Reference Count: 0
Educational and Societal Futures: Meeting the Technological Demands of the 1990s. Proceedings of a Conference (Anaheim, California, April 28, 1983).
Ochoa, Alberto M., Ed.; Hurtado, Juan, Ed.
Papers collected in this book either discuss steps that might be taken to prepare students and teachers for the future, or speculate on what schooling, curriculum, and educational needs might be like in the next century. An introduction to the collection by Alberto M. Ochoa precedes the following papers: (1) "Creating a Desirable Education System" (Robert Theobald); (2) "The Future of Global Society" (Don Glines); (3) "New Age Ethics: Ethical Implications on Critical Future Issues" (Patricia W. Anderson); (4) "Socioeconomic Cultural Pluralism: Its Meaning for the Future and Education" (Bob H. Suzuki); (5) "The Information and Synergetics Revolution: Implications for Educational Leadership Change" (Linda Groff); (6) "Rethinking Educational Equity: Restructuring Education for an Information Society" (Shirley McCune); (7) "Education in the 1990s: A Demographic View" (Ernest F. Garcia); (8) "'Classroom' of the Future: 2058 AD" (Robert A. Cervantes and Celia Z. Castaneda); (9) "Career and Work in the 1990s: A Challenge to Our Present Educational Focus" (Janet Cameron Fisher); (10) "Global Societal Trends and the New Technology: Implications for Teacher Credentialing" (John F. Brown and Michael D. McKibbin); (11) "Alternative Graduation and Entrance Requirements: A Human Essential" (Don Glines); (12) "Student Human Potential: Going Beyond the Basics" (Sylvia Ann White); and (13) "Resources for the Future" (Don Glines). (KH)
Descriptors: Elementary Secondary Education, Futures (of Society), Higher Education, Long Range Planning, Social Change, Technological Advancement
National Origin Desegregation Assistance Center, San Diego University, 6363 Alvarado Ct., 22-B, San Diego, CA 92120 ($9.50).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - General
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Department of Education, Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: San Diego State Univ., CA. National Origin Desegregation Assistance (Lau) Center.
Note: For individual conference papers, see UD 024 363, UD 024 365-375 and ED 267 489.