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Pedler, Mike; Hsu, Shih-wei – Learning Organization, 2019
Purpose: This paper aims to take a critical view of the concepts of the Learning Organisation and Organisational Learning (LO/OL) and respond to two questions about their current state--are existing perspectives on LO/OL still fit for purpose? What are the possibilities for an alternative paradigm of LO/OL? Design/methodology/approach: The paper…
Descriptors: Organizational Theories, Learning, Organizational Culture, Educational Philosophy
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Ryback, David – Journal of Invitational Theory and Practice, 1993
Presents historical perspective suggesting that invitational theory shares many beliefs with ancient Eastern philosophies. Submits that teachers and other educators who embrace the invitational perspective may benefit from an understanding of Eastern principles. Briefly describes Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism, Zen Buddhism, and their relevance to…
Descriptors: Buddhism, Confucianism, Educational Theories, Non Western Civilization
Dilzer, Robert J., Jr.; And Others – 1987
This curriculum guide is for a semester length elective course on the world's major religions designed to be used at the 10th grade level in the Newtown Public Schools, Newton, Connecticut. It reviews each religion's origins, historical developments, sacred literature, beliefs, values, and practices while emphasizing the impact of religion on…
Descriptors: Buddhism, Christianity, Confucianism, Cultural Education
Abrahamson, Brant; Smith, Fred – 1997
The Student Text begins with a comparison of Eastern and Western World Religions. The three interrelated Abrahamic faiths are compared with Hindu-Buddhist traditions. Subsequent chapter titles are: "New Religions,""Religion and Morality,""Religion and Science,""Religion and Human Life,""A Historical Perspective" and "Getting Together." An…
Descriptors: Buddhism, Christianity, Confucianism, Creationism