Regional learning networks
Building bridges between schools, university and community
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The so-called "digital divide" seems to be a major social obstacle for the Information Society. Most experts agree that citizens will need competencies that go beyond the basic cultural skills. But where to get them? The idea of life-long-learning illustrates a major problem of our educational institutions: they work separately, they only process the results of the preceding phase and there is a lack of interconnection. This paper tries to develop a concept of a regional education network that includes pre-school, K-12 and further education, public libraries and community centers as well as other educational institutions. Following the path of the digital divide as a social and educational divide and focusing on the school as one major player in the regional network, the innovation process and the actors will be highlighted. Using action research in a project between schools, local community, private partners and the university, the idea of the regional network is illustrated, the encountered problems are described in order to give an impression of the realistic view of an integrated education policy.Von Andreas Breiter an der Veranstaltung SEC III (2002) im Text Regional learning networks
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|David C. Croson, Richard L. Nolan, Doreen Prasse, Wolfgang Scholl, Katherine N. Seger|
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|action researchaction research, digital dividedigital divide, Hochschulehigher education institution, Informationsgesellschaftinformation society, Innovationinnovation, Internetinternet, Internet in der Schuleinternet in school, Lebenslanges Lernenlifelong learning, Lernenlearning, Medienkompetenz/media literacymedia literacy, Phasenmodell von Nolan, Schuleschool, Support, Universitätuniversity|
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|LehrerIn, Nolan-Stage I: Initiation, Nolan-Stage II: Contagion, Nolan-Stage III: Control, Nolan-Stage IV: Integration, Unterricht|