Learning Innovations and Learning Quality : Relations, Interdependences, and Future

University of Duisburg-Essen, Campus Essen Information Systems for Production and Operations Management Universitaetsstr. 9 (FB WIWI: ICB) D-45141 Essen
Stracke, Christian M.
Learning innovation and learning quality are very often addressed separately and solely. But in fact they are interdependent and have to be reflected both for achieving the best learning quality:
This article discusses how to achieve the best appropriate learning quality as the core objective in learning, education and training by combining the three dimensions learning history, learning innovations and learning standards. Only their mix can ensure to meet the learners' needs and to provide the best and appropriate learning opportunities and learning quality fitting to the given situation and for a long-term and sustainable improvement across all sectors in learning, education and training, all communities, educational and training systems and societies in Europe and worldwide.


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