By W.J. Nijhof, Jittie Brandsma
This booklet takes up the controversy approximately matching vocational schooling with the labour marketplace and indicates growth when it comes to theoretical types, instruments (transformation and matching processes), and studying environments. The suggestions, exhibiting up the necessity for middle or key abilities, the need of embedding studying abilities in real and guided studying environments, exhibits a viewpoint of analysis and developmen-tal paintings to be demonstrated in colleges and in places of work, to discover larger curricula for a greater skilling.
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Therewith a high percentage of general education courses are offered (particularly in connection with social and political education). These not only encompass conventional subjects as part of general education but also strive to promote general abilities in the "medium of the particular" (Blankertz, 1975), such as in shaping oriented technology (Rauner, 1986; Heidegger, Jacobs, Martin , Mizdalski & Rauner, 1991). This is coupled with special emphasis on "humane competence" (Deutscher Bildungsrat, 1974).
Apparently, the intentions of this scenario for the future only come to fruition if a substantial equalization of private incomes is pushed through, and the considerations involved are only directed at the advanced industrial nations . Very broad support of development in the Third World might be an possibility, such as by means of a new, extremely extensive Marshall Plan. The work tasks, however, carried out by the higher-level technical staff and in the professions cannot be shortened everywhere as desired.
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