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Four ‘ Pillars of Learning ’ for the Reorientation and Reorganization of Curriculum : Reflections and Discussions

@inproceedings{Nanzhao2006FourP,
  title={Four ‘ Pillars of Learning ’ for the Reorientation and Reorganization of Curriculum : Reflections and Discussions},
  author={Zhou Nan-zhao},
  year={2006}
}
In an information-intensive age, education is mandated to respond to demands in two directions: on the one hand, it has to transmit an increasing amount of constantly evolving knowledge and know -how adapted to a knowledge-driven civilization; on the other hand, it has to enable learners not to be overwhelmed by the flows of information, while keeping personal and social development as its end in view. Therefore ‘education must ...simultaneously provide maps of a complex world in constant… Expand

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