Table of Contents
Unit 1: General Education
This unit explains the rationale behind the Vision 2000 report, with background materials on the changing nature of the economy and the kinds of knowledge and skills that will increasingly be needed by young people.
Unit 2: Science and Technology
This unit focuses on the important distinction between science and technology, the nature of the scientific method, the emergence of "new" technology, as well as environment concerns and other ethical issues in science and technology today.
Unit 3: Social Science
This unit examines the relationship of the individual to the wider society, the nature of "social" science, and addresses key questions, such as the status of women and the rights of immigrants and visible minorities in Canada.
Unit 4: Arts and Humanities
This unit centres on the nature of art and the relationship between art and science, with ample background material on the visual arts, philosophy, music and literature.