If you click here, you will be taken to the future of learning page,
which will introduce you to an attempt to forcast both fanciful and
probable future directions in learning. It provides an intoduction to
directions for learning in the future. It covers learner directed
learning, the possible avilability of almost all knowledge on the net,
and Stanley M. Davis's ideas of any time, any place, no matter,
beforemath or prosumption as they relate to learning.
If you click here, you will be taken to a metaneeds page or a being
needs page which will inform you as to Maslow's understanding of what
it is to be self actualized. It covers the transcendent value needs of
wholeness, perfection, completion, Justice, Chaos, Order, Simplicity,
Richness, Beauty, Goodness, Uniqueness, Effortlessness, Playfulness,
Truthfulness, Self-sufficiency, Creativity and Passion.
If you click here, you will be taken to an 'answers' page that
endeavors to answer the three questions asked on the home page. These
questions are on why children seem to learn better than adults. Why do
we have to unlearn some things? Why do we become blocked in learning
some things? Why there is a marked falling off in intellectual
enthusiasm, venturesomeness and flexibility as children get older?
If you click here, you will be taken to a needs map page that provides
information about and links to various pages concerning Maslow and his
hierarchy. The information concerning those pages, will be provided on
that needs map page in the same manner as it is on this page. The
information will cover pages that will include, an overview page of
Maslow's work and pages for each of the need levels in his hierarchy of
If you click here, you will be taken to a 'whatwecando' page. This page
is in three sections. The first section is on how things change. The
second is links to pages on how different sections of the community or
institutions can change. These pages are 'schools', 'government',
'business', 'libraries', 'internet', 'television', 'teachers',
'students', 'learners', 'parents', 'programers', 'psychologists'. The
final section is on student directed learning.
If you click here, you will be taken to a page called 'outcomes'. This
page is in three sections. The first section is on testing as performed
in schools. The second section is links to the eleven keys to learning
with a brief description. These key pages are, 'world', 'confidence',
'fragile', 'failure', 'criticism', 'teachlearn', 'contagion', 'start',
'choices', learntolearn', 'learningthefuture'. The final section deals
with learning by doing.
Future Learning Content
If you click here, you will be taken to the 'curiosity' page for a look
at the need to learn and how it relates to Maslow's hierarchy of needs.
In fact this page is about two related needs. First the need to find
consistence and invariants in the world and secondly the need to learn
for the shear love of learning. All other needs are subject to these
two needs because all other needs can only be satisfied through