ADEA Triennale, 2012

By BAKU, Joshua J. K., Isaac K. ASIEGBOR, Felicia BOAKYI-YIADOM
A major concern confronting the education system in Ghana is how to make education, especially at the basic education level, meaningful and useful to those basic school leavers who do not have the opportunity to benefit from further formal education...
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By FAUNDEZ,Antonio, LAGIER, Fabienne, MUGRABI,Edivanda, ADJANOHOUN,Maxime, CLAVIJO, Gisela M., DANGO, Alassane, DJHOUESSI,Blaise, FARMO,Ibrahim, HASSANE,Soumana, HENAO,Edier H., KERE,Maria, OUSSEINI,Boukari, SAIDOU,Rabi, SANCHE,Antonio Z, TEIXEIRA,Lopes, VARELA,Octavio Florenço  , YEKO,Rufine Sama
Produced by a team of eighteen professionals (from universities, NGOs, government and cooperation agency), this research is based on six case studies as well as conceptual and theoretical contributions. It describes the key principles of an...
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By Lynn VAN DER ELST, Manasa DZIRIKURE, Maureen KING, Michael MAIN, Lomthandazo MAVIMBELA, Mhle MTHIMKHULU, Eva SCHIERMEYER
This paper explains how CSTL —Care and Support for Teaching and Learning-- which provides a coordinating mechanism for ministries of education to lead a multiple-sectoral response to mainstreaming care and support — can impact positively on the...
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By Katrin KOHLBECHER, Heila LOTZ-SISITKA
The study highlights critical insights of relevance to the shift to a content referenced curriculum in South Africa, and shows how the ‘knowledge mix' which forms the foundation of the new Teacher Education Qualifications Framework can be...
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By STANSBERY, Pablo A., M. BLACK, P. L. ENGLE, S. McGREGOR, T. WACHS, S. WALKER
Programs for young children as diverse as parenting incorporated into health and nutrition programs, preschool, educational media, cash transfer programs, and ECD components of programs for HIV + and severely malnourished children have made a...
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By DIAGNE, Amadou Wade
The WGNFE believes that the ideal state of affairs in education would be to recognize that all types of education have equal worth, whatever the target group, method of delivery or sub-sector. They are all part of lifelong learning, interact...
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By GOKOOL-RAMDOO, Sushita, BHOLAH,Ravhee, RUMJAUN,Anwar
1.      As an overview, this study brings to the community of knowledge a framework for the development of environmental literacy policy and program-planning within a matrix that links quality and results-oriented pedagogy to institutional and...
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By MUGO,John, SUMRA, Suleman
This paper attempts to compare learning levels of children in Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda, based on the Uwezo Report titled: Are Our Children Learning? Numeracy and Literacy Across East Africa. This report bases on learning assessment of children in...
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By STANSBERY, Pablo A., Carole BLOCH, Amy Jo DOWD, Benjamin PIPER, Barbara TRUDELL
This transnational thematic study of early-grade literacy brings together current research findings and program outcomes in the area of early-grade literacy in African nations, to highlight lessons learned and suggest possible future direction for...
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