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Education
Author: Stewart Ranson
ISBN: 0304327697
Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
Pages 192 pages
Publisher Cassell (October 1, 1994)
Language English
Category: Education
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Towards the Learning Society. Citations of this work BETA. Markets or Democracy for Education1. Stewart Ranson - 1993 - British Journal of Educational Studies 41 (4):333-352. British Journal of Educational Studies 43 (3):353-356 (1995). The Myth of the Learning Society. Christina Hughes & Malcolm Tight - 1995 - British Journal of Educational Studies 43 (3):290-304. The New Organisation of Work: Building Coalitions.

Towards The Learning Society book . In this book, Stewart Ranson promotes a learning society, which would create the conditions for motivation in the classroom. He looks at what is needed for the renewal of education in a society undergoing great change, and argues that any programme of education reform needs to build upon, and go beyond, the achievements of the social democratic project of the 1960s and In this book, Stewart Ranson promotes a learning society, which would create the conditions for motivation in the classroom.

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Towards the learning society. Gillian May Wilson, Stewart Ranson. This paper is a revised version of Stewart Ranson's inaugural professorial lecture given at the School of Education, University of Birmingham, in June 1991. It offers a wide-ranging examination o. More).

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Must education submit to the stranglehold of economic rationalism'? . Towards the Learning Society Stewart Ranson.

Must education submit to the stranglehold of economic rationalism'? It is hoped that this book will assist all those working to promote education's humane and learning aspirations in society. The book is a challenge to everyone concerned with the present and future state of public education in the UK and the rest of the developed world. The issues are of special concern to those who are expected to provide leadership in schools and colleges and for those with public and political responsibilities.

Education and Democratic Participation: The Making of Learning Communities - Progressive Education .

Education and Democratic Participation: The Making of Learning Communities - Progressive Education (Paperback). Stewart Ranson (author). Ranson's wide-ranging and scholarly text will provide a major reference point for decades to come. Jon Nixon, Honorary Professor, The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.

Stewart Ranson has written: 'Management for the public domain' - subject(s): Management, Public administration. Towards the learning society' - subject(s): Educational change, Education, Aims and objectives, Education and state, Motivation in education

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In this book, Stewart Ranson promotes a "learning society", which would create the conditions for motivation in the classroom. He looks at what is needed for the renewal of education in a society undergoing great change, and argues that any programme of education reform needs to build upon, and go beyond, the achievements of the "social democratic" project of the 1960s and 1970s as well as the "new-liberal" project of the 1980s.