The Learning Revolution: A Life-long Learning Program for the World's Finest Computer : Your Amazing Brain!
"A detailed report on how to achieve the learning revolution that is urgently required to match the revolution in formation and technology. A working guide for everyone, with special interest to teachers at all grade and college levels."--p. 10.
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The Learning Revolution: To Change the Way the World Learns
Gordon Dryden,Jeannette Vos
No preview available - 1999
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introduction by Gordon Dryden
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