By W.J. Nijhof, Jittie Brandsma
This ebook takes up the controversy approximately matching vocational schooling with the labour marketplace and indicates development by way of theoretical types, instruments (transformation and matching processes), and studying environments. The options, exhibiting up the necessity for middle or key talents, the need of embedding studying talents in actual and guided studying environments, exhibits a point of view of analysis and developmen-tal paintings to be demonstrated in colleges and in offices, to discover greater curricula for a greater skilling.
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Innovations in vocational education have to be seen on a horizon of general ideas concerning education. Thi s is true especially if one wishes to bring the idea of education (' Bildung' ) into the vocational education (training) system. Because, in order to cope with the tasks of the future, society in Germany , or even the world society, requires more education for as broad a spectrum of the population as possible . Not only that, it also require s a qualitatively different type of education from that provided so far.
This scenario includes the social scenario of 'dichotomization' or the splitting of society . It is between the semi-academic staff and that of the conventionally trained or semi-skilled workers that a large gap emerges. Right at the beginning of a pupil's secondary school time an almost final decision is made as to whether he or she will become part of the upper groups of the workforce or not. Even skilled workers, trained according to today's pattern, will no longer be able to find any demanding jobs with prospects ; for they will be filled by semi-academic workers .
It seems equally significant to take into account the search for that which is sensibly desirable through discourse as well as the acceptance of uncircumventable contradictory wishes. Attempting precisely this will be termed here the 'rnetamodern' perspective. The 'metamodern' perspective does not involve designing planning instruments based on deficient forecasts. Rather, it aims at developing planning orientations, which should make the 'metamodern' opposition of reason-directed communication Chapter 2 • Scenari os of work.