Saturday, March 21, 2015

Evolution The Educational Societies We Live Within The Social Learning Experiences Field Work

Evolution The Educational Societies We Live Within The Social Learning Experiences Field Work, Dr. Sheila Jocelyn Shaw,D.B.A/M.B.A
Now in Open Library OL25663037M
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"Social capital necessary for success in college and the workforce".;
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Education for a Global Society- “Education is a human right with immense power to transform. On its foundation rest the cornerstones of freedom, democracy and sustainable human development.”

National Commission on Adult Literacy

The Value of A Degree

The Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) endorses and advocates the role of
the associate, baccalaureate, masters, and doctoral degrees. The higher education degree, from
its origins more than 700 years ago to the present day, has been associated with enhancement
of learning, transfer of knowledge across the generations and human betterment. The degree
also enjoys an historic relationship to quality assurance in higher education, and represents
basic aspirations of the higher education enterprise. The degree is thus valued by students, colleges,
universities, and society at large.
Why is the Degree Important?
Education for the degree is education for
• developing and deepening the capacity to think;
• obtaining knowledge on which preparation for the future depends;
• acquiring a fuller understanding of cultures;
• strengthening the foundation for informed citizenship, participation in community life
and public leadership; and,
• sustaining vocational roles and career goals.
The degree represents the efforts of educators and students to organize the learning experience
in pursuit of these critical purposes. As the capstone of higher education, the degree is intended
to foster lifelong learning and useful involvement in the world around us. By its confirmation
of skill development, the degree signifies that the student has acquired some mastery of
general education and preparation for career or profession. The degree indicates that a course
of study has been completed and that the student is positioned to continue to learn, work,
and function productively in pertinent communities.
What is the Distinction Between the Degree and Other Credentials?
Other kinds of credentials can, in their own particular contexts, be worthy and valuable. the
degree is distinguishable by its requirement, in general, that a greater number of credits, representing
a broader scope of study, be accumulated; by its general education expectations; and
by its emphasis on the life of the mind. While some of the benefits of the degree can be
obtained by other forms of credentialing, the degree uniquely represents the capacities and
skills identified above.

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