Schools as a learning organisation

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Schools as a learning organisation
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Educational orgainsations also need to develop themselves to be learning organisations. This is mainly because of the changing in the aim of education Claxton (2002, p.46 and 2008) pointed out communities’ expectation on the purpose of education that it is for preparing young people to be able to cultivate the knowledge, skills, habits, attitudes, values and beliefs that they will need in order to get ready to experience life and ‘live happily by themselves as much as they can, without fear or insecurity’. This results in the school development and they are more likely to develop in a way that helps children learn more about themselves and develop their spiritual and emotional security in order to cope with changes and live happily and harmoniously in the society in the uncertainty and unpredictable world. Schools need to help the children to learn how to learn.
 

 
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