THE CONTEMPORARY SCHOOL AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT

Authors

  • Matjaž Mulej University of Maribor

Keywords:

Bologna process, education, innovative business, innovative society, knowledge management, requisite holism, socio-economic development, values – culture – ethics – norms circle

Abstract

The school of today faces circumstances that differ very much from the ones in which the current educators have been educated as students, especially in the countries that are new members of the European Union as EU-27. Therefore, in order to manage knowledge in their school of today, one must understand the socio-economic development trends and their impact over the school as a subsystem of the emerging innovative society in which the innovative business leaves little or no room for the routine-loving behaviour of previous decades, centuries, and millennia. This contribution summarizes a dialectical system of this development trends and the resulting newly required attributes of the contemporary schools and teachers, but it does so on the level of provocation for readers’ creative and innovative thinking and action rather than on the level of any final answers. The Bologna Process seems to be an underused opportunity for innovation of higher education in Europe.

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Published

2008-03-12

How to Cite

Mulej, M. (2008) ’THE CONTEMPORARY SCHOOL AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT’, Journal on Efficiency and Responsibility in Education and Science, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 1–19 Retrieved from https://www.eriesjournal.com/index.php/eries/article/view/1.

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Section

Research Paper