1 edition of Re-thinking education found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||sponsored by the Development Advisory Committee of the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education.|
|Contributions||Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. Development Advisory Committee., Provincial Committee on Aims and Objectives of Education in the Schools of Ontario.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64 p. :|
|Number of Pages||64|
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Re-Thinking Science presents an account of the dynamic relationship between society and science. Despite the mounting evidence of a much closer, interactive relationship between society and science, current debate still seems to turn on the need to maintain a line to demarcate them. The view persists that there is a one-way communication flow from science to society - with . "The [Re]thinking Environmental Education book series is a response to the international recognition that environmental issues have taken center stage in political and social discourse. Resolution and/or re-evaluation of the many contemporary environmental issues will require a thoughtful, informed, and well-educated citizenry.
Re: Thinking education aims to recognize in our education a holistic understanding of human nature, and give us the ability to discuss, with precision, this nature, and finally to provide the tools necessary to do something in the world. For two decades, colleges and universities have regularly offered, and in some cases required, courses in thinking skills. Such courses generally have focused on training students in the basics of informal and formal logic, the assumption being that good thinking is logical thinking, and that instruction in critical or "good" thinking consequently should emphasize logical s: 1.
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Instead, it points out that rules and routines are often well intended, but without specifically thinking through the procedures (and including students and parents in the decision making process) we often fall to a default mode of that which.