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Towards an Architecture for the Teaching of Sustainability and Securitability

   | May 13, 2020


Given the political, societal, scientific and geographical changes emerging in our twenty-first century world, we need to apply refreshed innovative processes in universal education. By applying such processes for universally refreshed quality of life norms, this paper applies the results of my Philosophy of Education thesis to today’s conditions, to the identifiable needs of present generations who face a future different from all that has gone before, to a world built on the interplay of tradition and innovation addressing specific new challenges of Sustainability and Securitability. Innovative thinking skills built on independent decision-making expertise is the key to a world that looks forward with confidence, resilience, responsibility and maturity through a process that is inclusive of all new knowledge of an expanding world that needs particular care on a grand scale.

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Social Sciences, Education, other