Introduction, Part One: LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS, 1. The Nature of Learning and the Categories of Learning, 2. Innovative Learning Environments, Part Two: SELF-ORGANIZATION IN SCHOOLS, 3. School: Scenarios, Complexity and Change, 4. Self-organization: The Most Fascinating Future of Organizations, 5. The Self-organized School: An Organization with Multiple Minds, Part Three: FIELD RESEARCH, 6. Learning Environments and Self-organization: Results of the Research, Conclusions, Epilogue, Afterword
Alberto F. De Toni is a Full Professor of Management Engineering and teaches Management of Complex Systems at the University of Udine, Italy.Stefano De Marchi is a Principal and Teacher of Philosophy and History at the "Madonna del Grappa" Canossian Institute in Treviso, Italy.