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By Mary-Luce FIAUX NIADA, Gifty GUIELLA NARH, Gérard Adama KABORÉ, Marie-Thérèse SAUTEBIN , Thérèse DORNIER-TOURÉ
This contribution originates in a multi-stakeholder consultation process involving civil society, government bodies and farmers' organizations in West Africa concerning alternative training experiences that put people at the heart of the...
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2011
By MATACHI, Atsushi
The study first reviews literatureon science education curriculum and the aspects of the cognitive and cultural domains of science education. It also analyses Japan's experience in science education development and lesson delivery, and projects...
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2011
By KOHLBECHER,Katrin, SCHEUNPFLUNG,Annette, WENZ,Mark
In this study we discuss the psychological mechanisms which favour social behaviour of individuals in society and its importance for social cohesion. We ask for the meaning of core social competencies as a sustainable contribution to quality in...
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2011
By STEENEKAMP, Shirley, SINGH,Madhu
This paper focusses on four discreet but integrated aspects of the broader education and training system, within the broader context of sustainable development in Africa. It examines generic understandings of validation, recognition and accrediting...
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2011
By ROSLANDER,Peter, WALTERS,Shirley, YANG,Jin
Lifelong learning can potentially assist people/countries/regions towards sustainable socio-economic development and through different life stages, across different parts/sectors of society. This cross-national study focuses on key issues and policy...
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2011
By CHABBERT,Pauline, DEVERS,Marie, HENRY,Elise, HOFMANN,Elisabeth, BENABDALLAH,Halim
In many countries, the available data show that girls are victims of different forms of violence that take place around, or even in, their school. This has a negative effect on their schooling and can even lead to them dropping out of school. The...
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2011
By BHUWANEE,Teeluck
This paper aims at informing the global debate on the way to design and implement inclusive and integrated educational reforms towards developing generic work related skills in Africa. It is part of a global re-conceptualization of education and...
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2011
By NDONG-JATTA, Ann Therese, ALIDOU,Hassana, JALLOW,Saidou Sireh, MAREGA,Fatoumata
framework (BEAP) was developed to guide African countries in undertaking comprehensive and holistic basic education reforms, creating an organic link between basic and post-basic education as well as provides a space for diverse partners to...
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2011
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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2011
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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2011

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