ERIC Number: ED349933
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1991
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The Learning Revolution: Education Innovations for Global Citizens.
Gilman, Robert, Ed.
In Context, n27 Win 1991
This theme journal issue is devoted to the learning revolution in educational innovations aimed at global citizens. The article titles and authors are as follows: (1) "A Personal Introduction" by Alan AtKisson; (2) "Onward and Upward!" by Dee Dickinson; (3) "Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom" by Bruce Campbell; (4) "Learning As Transformation" by Harrison Owen; (5) "Accelerated Learning" an interview with Libyan Labiosa Cassone; (6) "The Primacy of Story" by Renee Fuller; (7) "Difference Is Not Deficiency" an interview with James Vasquez by Alan AtKisson; (8) "The Compass of Meaning" by David Boulton; (9) "Unfinished Business" by David Koyama; (10) "Developing Motivation for Lifelong Learning" by Raymond J. Wlodkowski; (11) "Learning How To Learn" an interview with Kathy Greenberg by Duane M. Fickeisen; (12) "The Case for the Arts" by Eric Oddleifson; (13) "Earthwise Learning" by John Burbidge; (14) "Learning Through Service" by Kate McPherson; (15) "What Is Education For?" by David Orr; (16) "How To Start a Revolution at Your School" by Linda MacRae-Campbell; and (17) "Applying Our Knowledge" by Dee Dickinson. Also included are a letters section with correspondence from readers; news on education from around the world; and small articles on education reform, learning communities on campus, multicultural resources, adult learning, and book reviews. (JB)
Descriptors: Cognitive Style, Educational Change, Educational Innovation, Elementary Secondary Education, Environmental Education, Global Approach, Higher Education, Instructional Innovation, Lifelong Learning, Revolution, World Views
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