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Chapter 15 Reference Notes
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Where the same reference source is used more than once, subsequent references are abbreviated in this way:
- 6: 1.2 - meaning: see chapter 2, note number 2.
- G.D. is Gordon Dryden, and J.V. is Jeannette Vos.
- Other page references are from this edition of The Learning Revolution.

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1. Interview with G.D. (July 1997). 489
2. Quotes from Helena H. Waldenberg and Michael S. Bogolea, From Welfare to Renaissance: The New Swedish Model, Carpe Vitam Foundation, Lemshaga, Sweden (1997). 491
3. Letter to J.V. (January, 1999). 493
4. All Apple ACOT examples quoted from Education & Technology, edited by Charles Fisher, David C. Dwyer and Keith Yocam, published by Apple books and Jossey-Bass Publishers (1996). 495
5. Main Wendy Pye information taken from Paul Smith, Success in New Zealand Business, Hodder Moa Beckett (1996), and newspaper files. 499
6. Developed by Barbara Prashnig and Professor Ken Dunn, produced by Creative Learning Co., New Zealand. 499
7. Interview with G.D. (May 1997). 501
8. Christopher Ball in For Life: a vision for learning in the 21st century, RSA, London, UK (1996). 501
9. Letter to J.V. (1996). 505
10. Information supplied by The Center for Accelerated Learning, Lake Geneva, Wis., USA (1996). 505
11. 15.10 505
12. 15.10 505
13. 15.10 505
14. Graham T. Crocombe, Michael J. Enright and Michael E. Porter, Upgrading New Zealand's Competitive Advantage, Oxford University Press (1991). 505
15. Chen Jingpan, Confucius as a Teacher, Foreign Language Press, Beijing (1990). 509
16. Correspondence with G.D. (1996). 511
17. G.D. interview with Choon Tan and Michael Tan (1991). 511
18. Article in The Press, Christchurch, New Zealand (January 26, 1996). 513
19. Email to authors (May, 1999). 513

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