Education in a Time Between Worlds

Education in a Time Between Worlds : Essays on the Future of Schools, Technology, and Society

Education in a Time Between Worlds : Essays on the Future of Schools, Technology, and Society

  • Format: Paperback | 354 pages
  • Dimensions: 152 x 229 x 19mm | 472g
  • Publication date: 01 Mar 2019
  • Publisher: Bright Alliance
  • Language: English
  • ISBN10: 0986282677
  • ISBN13: 9780986282676
  • Bestsellers rank: 63,593

Our world is currently undergoing major transformations, from climate change and politics to agriculture and economics. The world we have known is disappearing and a new world is being born. The subjects taught in schools and universities today are becoming irrelevant at faster and faster rates. Not only are we facing complex challenges of unprecedented size and scope, we're also facing a learning and capacity deficit that threatens the future of civilization.

Education in a Time Between Worlds seeks to reframe this historical moment as an opportunity to create a global society of educational abundance. Educational systems must be transformed beyond recognition if humanity is to survive the planetary crises currently underway. Human development and learning must be understood as the Earth's most valuable resources, with human potential serving as the open frontier into which energy and hope can begin to flow.

The expansive essays within this book cover a diverse array of topics, including social justice, the neuroscience of learning, deschooling, educational technology, standardized testing, the future of spirituality, basic income guarantees, and integral meta-theory. As an invitation to re-vision the future of schools, technology, and society, Education in a Time Between Worlds replaces apathy and despair with agency, transformation, and hope.

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