Learning from a Movement

The Power of Learning

Isn’t it incredible? This is just one of the stories from the East.  To me, the learning context is important.  Learning that adds value to the community, in terms of job creation, improvement of life, collaboration and cooperation at work among community members seems to be valued significantly within those cultures.

How about education and learning in other countries?

Again, goals of education lie with the preparation of jobs or careers, or the teaching and nurturing of certain practical or life skills for their young generation.

How important is technology in the education of developed countries?

How do these education compare to those in the developed countries?

 

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