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NextEd, an international education and training infrastructure company started in 1998, with offices in Australia, China, Hong Kong and Malaysia, currently has business relationships with 25 higher education institutions and commercial training providers located throughout the world.
On the Horizon was born in the mind of our current Editor Emeritus, Jim Morrison, as an environmental scanning journal. Published for a number of years by Jossey‐Bass, On the Horizon was acquired by a small, selective, house in the UK, Camford. Today we are pleased to announce that OTH will be...
In this issue the “Voice from Pari” is that of Dr Elena Liotta, a Jungian analyst involved in local politics, who has been influential in guiding the direction of the Pari Center for New Learning. Her article reflects on the nature and future of education but in a much wider setting, that of...
This is the sixth article in our series projecting a shift from learning to perform to performing to learn. This article summarizes and comments upon the last of three story‐writing exercises undertaken by 166 Minnesota public school administrators in late January 2001.
Part one of this paper highlights how students today think and process information fundamentally differently from their predecessors, as a result of being surrounded by new technology. The author compares these “digital natives” with the older generation who are learning and adopting new...
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