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How might knowledge, research, and education be effectively and creatively employed as tools of social change in the service of global sustainability.

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*How is knowledge, research, and education might be effectively and creatively employed as tools of social change in the service of global sustainability?.

Based on the research, during the past year, the United States public and preferred education has been to improve teaching as an activity and performance. One of the themes has been to the art of teaching for reform purposes. Thus education and performance of teacher must be judged and articulated based on the belief that existing knowledge have for teaching a codified—or codifiable aggregation of knowledge., understanding, sharing, teaching of ethics and disposition of collective responsibility; as well as a means for communicating the knowledge (p. 4). Based on the knowledge base of teaching refers to questions such as the intellectual, the practical and normal base for professionalism of teaching. However, in addition, questions drawing on the ...

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This solution describes how knowledge, education and research can be used as tools of social change to sustain globalization

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