Humanistic futures of learning [Recurs electrònic] : perspectives from UNESCO Chairs and UNITWIN Networks

UNESCO.
ISBN: 9789231003691.Publisher: Paris : UNESCO, 2020Description: 210 p. : digital, fitxer PDF (9,89 Mb).Online resources: E-Link | Ressenya a Interacció Other title: Humanistic futures of learning: perspectives from UNESCO Chairs and UNITWIN Networks.Summary: UNESCO’s Futures of Education initiative aims to rethink education and shape the future. The initiative is catalyzing a global debate on how knowledge, education and learning need to be reimagined in a world of increasing complexity, uncertainty and precarity. This publication presents the first curated input to the Futures of Education initiative from the UNITWIN/UNESCO Chairs Programme, which now represents an extensive global network of more than 800 higher education institutions in over 115 countries. It features think pieces that highlight key dimensions to be considered in re-visioning and re-purposing education for the future of humanity and the planet. The collection of the pieces calls for greater focus on a number of critical areas such as: The role of culture in strengthening social and environmental sustainability; the values and attitudes that are needed to shape future generations; the importance of both robust public education, as well as of other learning spaces; the need to strengthen human creativity and capability in the digital era, as well as the role of higher education in generating the knowledge and driving the innovation required to transform our world. (Font: Editor)
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UNESCO’s Futures of Education initiative aims to rethink education and shape the future. The initiative is catalyzing a global debate on how knowledge, education and learning need to be reimagined in a world of increasing complexity, uncertainty and precarity.
This publication presents the first curated input to the Futures of Education initiative from the UNITWIN/UNESCO Chairs Programme, which now represents an extensive global network of more than 800 higher education institutions in over 115 countries. It features think pieces that
highlight key dimensions to be considered in re-visioning and re-purposing education for the future of humanity and the planet. The collection of the pieces calls for greater focus on a number of critical areas such as: The role of culture in strengthening social and environmental
sustainability; the values and attitudes that are needed to shape future generations; the importance of both robust public education, as well as of other learning spaces; the need to strengthen human creativity and capability in the digital era, as well as the role of higher education in generating the knowledge and driving the innovation required to transform our world. (Font: Editor)

Foreword -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- 1. Culture and the environment: Harnessing customs and knowledge for planetary survival: Creating communities of knowledge and connecting to landscape / Angela Colonna ; Knowledge democracy: Opening our doors to all knowledge systems / Budd Hall, Rajesh Tandon ; Enhancing cultural resilience by learning to appreciate change and transformation / Cornelius Holtorf ; Reforming educational systems with sustainability at their core / Prem Jain ; Reinventing the world through landscape reading / Philippe Poullaouec-Gonidec ; Humanism and environmental ethical frameworks / Vyacheslav Mantatov, Larisa Mantatova, Anastasia Nasibulina ; Geology for society: Earth science for sustainable development / Iain Stewart ; Strengthening our connection to nature to build citizens of the Earth / Liette Vasseur, Christine Daigle -- 2. Responsible citizenship: Cultivating a generation at peace with itself and the Earth: Participatory learning as a socializing process for global peace / Helena Águeda Marujo ; Infusing philosophy in education from early learning onwards / Edwige Chirouter ; Humanistic and ethical values in higher education / Sara Beatriz Guardia ; Sustainability as a purpose on the new path of learning for the future / Charles A.Hopkins, Gerd Michelsen, Ilga Salīte, Alexander Siegmund, Daniel A.Wagner, Atsufumi Yokoi, Daniel Fischer, Katrin Kohl, Dzulkifli Abdul Razak, Kate Tilleczek ; Visual literacy in the age of the image / Andrea Kárpáti ; Education to create a sustainable global food system / Rosa María Martín, Ramón Clotet, Yvonne Colomer ; Challenges and opportunities for human rights education / Gerd Oberleitner ; Toward a vision for arts education / Lawrence O’Farrell, Benjamin Bolden ; Engaging contexts and citizenship skills: Steps towards an ‘engagement paradigm’ / Domenico Simeone, Michele Aglieri, Monica Amadini, Livia Cadei, Rita Locatelli, Dalila Raccagni, Emanuele Serrelli, Luca Solesin, Stefano Bonometti ; Learning to become citizens of the world / Fathi Triki ; Global understanding, education and sustainability / Benno Werlen, Howard Blumenthal ; Social design for health: Ontological vulnerability, life course and planetary health / Beverley Yamamoto, Hiroshi Yamanaka, Yumi Kimura, Gergely Mohácsi, Rie Ogasawara -- 3. Rethinking learning systems: Strengthened public education and integrated learning networks: Re-imagining universities to democratise knowledge / Marisa Álvarez, Norberto Fernández Lamarra, Pablo García, Cristian Pérez Centeno ; Shadow education: Scale, drivers and future directions in the global spread of private supplementary tutoring / Mark Bray ; Internationalization in public education offers hope for future citizenship / Laura C.Engel, Miri Yemini ; Strengthening the imaginative capacity to restore the communal / Dora Elvira García González, Natalia Vargas Escobar ; The disaggregated, networked and open future of education for sustainable development / Marco Kalz, Martine Schophuizen, Serdar Türkeli ; Inclusivity and social justice through service-learning in the era of biopolitics / María-Jesús Martínez-Usarralde, Óscar Chiva-Bartoll ; Open educational resources and global online learning / Rory McGreal ; Public education is not for sale to the highest (or lowest) bidder / Ann Skelton -- 4. Science, technology and innovation: Building the capacity to aspire in a digital era: Towards virtualization: Impact of technologies on educational ecosystems / Romulus Brâncoveanu ; New competencies for media and communication in an AI era / Lisa French, Mark Poole ; Science education for a sustainable future / Zohra ben Lakhdar ; The quest for meaningful learning through ICTs / Vassilios Makrakis, Nelly Kostoulas-Makrakis ; Artificial intelligence for the common good in educational ecosystems / Hannele Niemi ; Ideas for gender-transformative futures of education in the digital age / Claudia Padovani, Karen Ross ; Science as a cultural right / Helle Porsdam ; Web-based collaboration: A prospective paradigm of mathematical learning / Ioannis Vandoulakis -- 5. Knowledge and transformation: Setting the stage for the futures of education: An interdisciplinary humanistic approach to education / LI Chen ; Anticipation for emergence: Defining, designing and refining futures literacy in higher education / Loes Damhof, Elles Kazemier, Jitske Gulmans, Petra Cremers, Anet Doornbos, Paul Beenen ; Plurality of knowledge to meet the challenges of tomorrow / Didier Jourdan, Carole Faucher, Philippe Cury, Marie-Claude Lamarre, Mohamed Mebtoul, David Matelot, Fatou Diagne, Obrillant Damus ; Imagining a transformative future for vocational education and training / Simon McGrath ; Disruptive innovation in universities to secure the future of humanity / Lazare Poamé ; Re-imagining futures, education and learning relations / Esther Priyadharshini ; Lifelong learning, counseling and life designing to promote careers for the future / Unitwin International Network, Jérôme Rossier, Gabriela Aisenson, Meenakshi Chhabra, Valérie Cohen-Scali, Annamaria Di Fabio, Christian Heslon, Jonas Masdonati, Marcelo Afonso Ribeiro, Donna Marie San Antonio ; Polymathy as the missing link to increase access to relevant knowledge / Slavica Singer ; UNESCO as the global public intellectual for the twenty-first century / Carlos Alberto Torres, Richard Van Heertum ; Restructuring the knowledge production value chain in publishing / Alexis Weedon ; Developing futures literacy as a tool to navigate an uncertain world / Markku Wilenius, Laura Pouru ; Supporting learning needs for increased longevity / Liu Zhen

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