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Friday, 19 June, 1998, 09:33 GMT 10:33 UK
The Learning Curve continues for a lifetime
Learning Curve
The Learning Curve will look at how we learn to learn
The Learning Curve will tackle the topic of how we develop our learning skills and how to adopt a flexible approach to learning and working.

The zone will explore the ways in which 21st century children can maintain a desire to carry on learning.

Visitors will see classrooms of the future and will be able to communicate with children in schools throughout the world.

The close relationship between learning and work will be reflected in the interweaving of the Learning Curve with a second zone, Licensed to Skill.

In Licensed to Skill, the change in employment opportunities will be examined. As the notion of the 'job for life' becomes outdated, the display will look at how people can adapt to new working environments and learn new skills.


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