School's out: hyperlearning, the new technology, and the end of education
William Morrow, 1992 - 368 Seiten
While Americans spend over $400 billion annually on education, our children are dropping out of school in ever larger numbers and are graduated from many high schools unable to read. In this book, the author describes a bold new program for a radical transformation of our education system to take it into the 21st century.C.
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Perelman, senior fellow of the Discovery Institute, proposes a bold new plan for education that hinges on the use of hypermedia and electronic networking to facilitate hyperlearning. He recommends ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
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