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Learning and Development for Innovation, Networking and Cohesion


Gerd-Bodo von Carlsburg, Palmira Juceviciene and Gediminas Merkys

The book consists of three parts. The first part «Innovation of and for learning and development» comprises twelve articles. The second part of the book is devoted to examining the issues of «Networking and cohesion» and comprises six articles. The third part of the book is called «University for development of new learning and mobility» and comprises fifteen articles. Though dealing with the problems of the countries in-transition, these articles touch upon more general points of higher education. The articles should catch the eye of those readers and researchers who are interested in the problems of higher education development associated with the conversion of educational paradigm. We hope that the ideas presented in the articles of this book will stimulate new research. As the publications involve quite a lot of data on educational changes in Lithuania, this collection of articles may be useful to those researchers, teachers and students who are interested in comparative research. It may also be of interest to those who focus on the issues of lifelong learning, development of the knowledge and learning society, and stimulation of innovativeness its stakeholders (individual and organisations), especially those concerned with education.
Contents: Giedrius Jucevičius: The Enlarged European Union - Towards an Economic Governance System for the Collective Learning and Innovation? – Marija Jotautienė/Brigita Janiūnaitė: The Importance of Educational Innovation Implementation in Achieving the Qualities of the Knowledge Society: What Barriers Can Emerge at the Initiation Phase and How to Identify Them? – Robertas Jucevičius: Clusters as Innovative Tool for Regional Development – Eglė Katiliūtė: Premisis for Development and Implementation of the Educational Strategy in the Knowledge Society – Vilija Stanišauskienė: The Model of Career Competence and Its Expression in the Contemporary Labor World – Virginija Chreptavičienė: The Change of the Conception of Communicative Competence in the Context of the Information and Multicultural Society – Gediminas Merkys/Palmira Jucevičienė/Gintarė Tautkevičienė: Library as a Preferred Learning Environment – Giedrė Adomavičienė/Liuda Šiaučiukėnienė: Creation of Differentiated Learning Environment as a Condition of Liberal Education Aims – Nijolė Bankauskienė/Ilona Skersienė: Cohesion of Educating in Philology and Technological Education – Alicija Ramanauskaitė/Nida Stankevičienė: Technological Education as a Means of Reducing Technological Disjuncture – Palmira Jucevičienė/Sandra Balevičienė: Multidisciplinarity of Socially Important Theme of Natural Science in Personal Theory-in-Use – Vilija Dabrišienė/Ona Visockienė: Manifestation of the Tendencies of Educational Change in Lithuanian Secondary School – Gediminas Merkys/Viktorija Baršauskienė/Dalia Antinienė: The Structure of Social Network: A Diagnostic Study of Lithuanian Students Population – Rūta Urbanskienė/Virginija Chreptavičienė/Rūta Janulevičienė: Creating Closed Partnership between Business and Science through Social Capital Networks – Antanas Bagdonas/Viktorija Baršauskienė: Congruence of Interests of Different Stakeholders of Secondary School in the Context of Information and Knowledge Society – Vilma Žydžiūnaitė: The Substantiation of a Junction between Teamwork Competences and Professional Competence – Angelė Kaušylienė: Characteristics of Schools’ Network Meant for Educational Stimulation of the Youth – Edita Štuopytė: The Specificity of Socio-Educational Activities of the Community Centers – Auksė Markevičienė: The Contemporary University as a Cultural Phenomenon: Paradoxes of Being – Palmira Jucevičienė/Violeta Karenauskaitė: The Role of University in Liberalization of Society on the Countries in-Transition – Nijolė Zinkevičienė/Brigita Janiūnaitė: Conservatism and Innovativeness as University Values in the Aspect of Knowledge Society – Vida Stasiulionienė: Deep Learning at University: Does it Always Mean Quest for the Truth? – Rūta Klimašauskienė: Knowledge Mobility between Higher Education and Educational Practice: Pursuing Qualities of the Learning Society – Dalija Gudaitytė/Vida Vilkienė: Towards the Knowledge Society: Co-operative Learning Encouraged by European Mobility Projects in Teacher Training Higher Non-University Educational Institution – Loreta Rudaitienė: Self-Directed Development of Emotional Intelligence in Professional Performance – Aldona Augustinienė/Nijolė Čiučiulkienė: The Educating of Students’ Decision Making Competence in the Problem Based