The Aims and Organization of Liberal Studies provides an insight into the contributions of the Departments of Liberal Studies to educational thinking, to ensure the achievement of a proper balance between the acquisition of specialized knowledge and skill; and the development of breadth of outlook; and of personal expression in speech and writing. The book sets to present the importance of liberal education in the personal and social development of a person despite the rapid and profound changes brought about by technological advances. The text tackled the status of liberal studies in the international and local levels; in technical colleges and universities; and in adult education and in industry. Teachers, school administrators, scientists, students, and educators will find this book invaluable.
Foreword Contributors Chapter 1. A Liberal Education Chapter 2. Liberal Studies: an International Perspective Chapter 3. Liberal Studies in the United States Chapter 4. Liberal Studies in Technical Colleges Chapter 5. Liberal Studies in Colleges of Advanced Technology (Technological Universities) Chapter 6. Liberal Studies in the Sixth Form Chapter 7. Liberal Studies in Adult Education Chapter 8. Liberal Studies in Industry Bibliography Index
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- © Pergamon 1966
- 1st January 1966
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