Coote, Jennifer
January 2004
Future Times;2004, Vol. 1, p15
Provides information on several studies on forecasting, as of January 2004. Importance of the concept of images of the future in the definition of a particular era and culture; Possible approaches for a shared vision for New Zealand; Relevance of the constructivist approach to teaching and learning in the processes of scenario planning.


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