Education in the Knowledge-based Society – Chosen Aspects

Author: Stanisław Juszczyk
Institution: Uniwersytet Śląski
Year of publication: 2006
Source: Show
Pages: 15-31
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/tner.06.10.3.01
PDF: tner/200603/tner1001.pdf

The work deals with the contemporary sociological, psychological and pedagogical problems of the knowledge-based society. Special attention has been paid to the role of education in the new type of society, construction of knowledge, shaping of main job skills and abilities, semi-learning activity of individuals in lifelong learning process in public and private sectors of education during formal and informal education.

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