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The future of learning [electronic resource] : issues and prospects / edited by Mario Tokoro and Luc Steels.

Contributor(s): Tokoro, Mario, 1947- | Steels, Luc.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Amsterdam : Tokyo : IOS Press ; Ohmsha, 2003Description: 1 online resource (viii, 251 p.) : ill.ISBN: 0585458766 (electronic bk.); 9780585458762 (electronic bk.); 1601294662; 9781601294661.Subject(s): Learning | Education -- Aims and objectives | EDUCATION -- Educational Psychology | Electronic books | Apprentissage | �Education -- Finalit�es | Lernen | ZukunftGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Future of learning.DDC classification: 370.1523 Other classification: 5,3 | CP 5200 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Introduction / Luc Steels -- Education Must Be Learner-Centered -- The Knowledge Revolution / Mario Tokoro -- Phases in Educational History -- Learner-centered Learning -- Brain Development -- Integrated Learning Environments / Caroline Nevejan -- The Changing Spaces of Education -- Integrated Learning Environments -- Learning to Learn -- How Information Technology Helps -- Design -- The Well-Functioning Classroom -- The Joys of Preschool Learning / Carla Rinaldi -- Our Image of the Child -- The School Environment -- Participation -- Progettazione -- Documentation -- The Pedagogy of Listening -- Personality and Concept Formation / Mariane Hedegaard -- What Needs to be Learned -- The Double Move Approach -- Different Learning Contexts -- Motive Development -- The Developing Brain -- The Infant Brain / Mark Johnson -- Nature, Nurture and Constructivism -- Watching the Brain Develop -- The Case of Face Processing -- Onceness / Ken Mogi -- Learning Must Be Social -- Social Language Learning / Luc Steels -- The Origins of Meaning -- How to Study Learning? -- Language Games -- Experimental Results -- Implications -- Playing and Learning with Robots / Kerstin Dautenhahn -- Autism -- Robots in Autism Therapy -- Trials and Results -- Instruction or Play -- Challenges -- Learning Must Be Fun -- The Motivated Brain / Olivier J.-M.D. Coenen -- The Impact of Stress -- Role of the Hippocampus -- Brain Plasticity -- Experience Enrichment and Deprivation -- Having Control over the Environment.
Summary: Aims to publish multidisciplinary discussions that contribute to improving the education of children and adults of all ages, anywhere in the world. This book surveys results in cognitive neuroscience, artificial intelligence, and educational psychology, and also examines the potential uses of broadband and mass media in supporting education.
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"This is the first volume in a new series on 'The Future of Learning.'"--P. v.

Introduction / Luc Steels -- Education Must Be Learner-Centered -- The Knowledge Revolution / Mario Tokoro -- Phases in Educational History -- Learner-centered Learning -- Brain Development -- Integrated Learning Environments / Caroline Nevejan -- The Changing Spaces of Education -- Integrated Learning Environments -- Learning to Learn -- How Information Technology Helps -- Design -- The Well-Functioning Classroom -- The Joys of Preschool Learning / Carla Rinaldi -- Our Image of the Child -- The School Environment -- Participation -- Progettazione -- Documentation -- The Pedagogy of Listening -- Personality and Concept Formation / Mariane Hedegaard -- What Needs to be Learned -- The Double Move Approach -- Different Learning Contexts -- Motive Development -- The Developing Brain -- The Infant Brain / Mark Johnson -- Nature, Nurture and Constructivism -- Watching the Brain Develop -- The Case of Face Processing -- Onceness / Ken Mogi -- Learning Must Be Social -- Social Language Learning / Luc Steels -- The Origins of Meaning -- How to Study Learning? -- Language Games -- Experimental Results -- Implications -- Playing and Learning with Robots / Kerstin Dautenhahn -- Autism -- Robots in Autism Therapy -- Trials and Results -- Instruction or Play -- Challenges -- Learning Must Be Fun -- The Motivated Brain / Olivier J.-M.D. Coenen -- The Impact of Stress -- Role of the Hippocampus -- Brain Plasticity -- Experience Enrichment and Deprivation -- Having Control over the Environment.

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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Aims to publish multidisciplinary discussions that contribute to improving the education of children and adults of all ages, anywhere in the world. This book surveys results in cognitive neuroscience, artificial intelligence, and educational psychology, and also examines the potential uses of broadband and mass media in supporting education.

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