Education for a high-knowledge era

Chowcat, John
June 2002
Education Review;Summer2002, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p41
Academic Journal
People living and working in tomorrow's highly information-rich society are likely to need a number of principal skills. Creativity will be vital, with employees needing to display new patterns of knowledge deployment derived from more flexible thinking. It is essential that we start to design an education system that is better tailored towards tomorrow's needs by encouraging creativity across all areas of learning.


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