Learning in/for a World of Constant Flux: Homo Sapiens, Homo Faber & Homo Ludens revisited

GK Chapters and other contributions, Missions & Responsibilities, Teaching & Learning

John S. Brown, University of Southern California

The educational needs of the 21st century pose a number of serious problems for current educational  practices. First and foremost, we see the 21st century as a time that is characterized by constant change Educational practices that focus on the transfer of static knowledge simply cannot keep up with the rapid rate of change. Practices that focus on adaptation


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