LL WORTHWHILE LEARNING OCCURS IN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS? DISCUSS”

MY TUTORS ADVICE FOR THE ESSAY IS:

The important word in the essay title is  worthwhile  you will need to say how this word might be interpreted when we think about how we value learning and it raises key questions about social class and the privileging of certain forms of education (e.g. the notion of  elite universities). The question also raises questions about learning as a social practice that is part of human life and so, hence, learning takes place in all sorts of settings (family, personal life, social settings, workplaces etc) as well as in formal institutions such as schools, colleges and universities.

YOU DO NOT NEED TO USE EXACTLY 20 SOURCES BUT I WOULD LIKE NOT TO BE LESS THAN 15.
MY TUTOR ASKED ME FIRST FOR A PROPOSED OUTLINE AND ALSO FOR A FIRST DRAFT IN ORDER TO SEE HOW I WILL MANAGE THE SUBJECT.
I WOULD LIKE ALL YOUR DRAFTS THAT YOU DO WHILE YOU WRITE THE ESSAY IN ORDER TO UNDERSTAND BETTER THE ORGANISATION OF THE ESSAY.
PLEASE NO PLAGIARISM BECAUSE THERE IS A STRICT POLICY AND I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW THE REFERENCES THAT YOU WILL USE.
I CAN GIVE YOU MORE THAN 5 DAYS.
-Lave, J. and Wenger, E. (1991) Situated Learning, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
-Lauder, H., Brown, P., Dillabough J-A. and Halsey, A.H. (2006) (eds) Education, Globalization and Social Change, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
-Freire, P. (1972) Pedagogy of the Oppressed, Harmondsworth: Penguin.
-Illich, I. (1973) Deschooling Society, Harmondsworth: Penguin.

ALL THE ABOVE HAVE BEEN SUGGESTED FROM MY TUTOR. THE FOLLOWING ARE BOOKS THAT HAVE BEEN USED IN SIMILAR ESSAYS AND I THINK MIGHT BE USEFUL FOR YOU:

-Burke, P.J. (2002), Accessing Education effectively widening participation. Stoke-on-Trent: Trentham Books.
-Aspin, D., Chapman, J., Hatton, M. and Sawano, Y. (eds) (2001), International handbook on lifelong learning. Dordecht; London: Kluwer. (Particularly the chapter about Lifelong Learning and the contribution of Informal Learning)
-Bruner, J. S. (1996), The culture of education. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press.
-Wolf, A. (2002), Does education matter? : myths about education and economic growth. London: Penguin.

IF YOU NEED ANY JOURNALS INFORM ME IN ORDER TO FIND THEM.