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The development of Innovation Education in Iceland: a pathway to modern pedagogy and potential value in the UK

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posted on 06.07.2006, 12:17 by Gisli Thorsteinsson, Howard G. Denton
This paper will discuss how Innovation Education (IE) has developed in the Icelandic school system; its character, pedagogy, ideology, ethical dimensions, and practical applications. In addition it will describe Iceland’s cooperation with other European countries in Innovation Education, as a new Minerva project, under the name InnoEd. The paper then considers IE as a potential tool for use in the UK National Curriculum.

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THORSTEINSSON and DENTON, 2003. The development of Innovation Education in Iceland: a pathway to modern pedagogy and potential value in the UK. Journal of Design and Technology Education, 8(3), pp. 172-179

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© Trentham

Publication date

2003

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This article was publsihed in the journal, The Journal of Design and Technology Education [© Trentham].

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1360 1431

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en