Lifelong learning

By MOSHA, Herme J.
The extent to which skills or the competency-based ethos of the curriculum are communicated in the books and learning materials used to deliver it in year 4 and 7 of schooling in Tanzania was the major theme of this study. Officials from MoEVT, TIE...
Document format
Conference paper
Language(s)
Year
2011
By ARNOTT, Angela, ADEA WGEMPS team
The present synthesis is based on current literature review on education reconstruction dynamics, particularly with regard to the impact education can have on mitigating or worsening country fragility. It also rests on four national studies,...
Document format
Conference paper
Language(s)
Year
2011
By ADEA WGEMPS team
1.      This study explores the role of Qur'anic schooling, as an alternative approach to conventional education, in enabling Kenya to attain the goals of Education for All (EFA). Using desk study and field work in selected regions, the...
Document format
Conference paper
Language(s)
Year
2011
By Musa SOWE, Mariavittoria BALLOTTA, Vanya BERROUET, Sven COPPENS, Rokhaya Fall DIAWARA, Jenieri SAGNIA, Yumiko YOKOZEKI
Children have the right to besafe, cared for, and stimulatedat home, in school, and in the community. The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) states that parents are a child's first and best educators and caregivers. The CRC...
Document format
Conference paper
Language(s)
Year
2011
By
The development scenarios designed and implemented by African countries, sub-
Document format
Conference paper
Language(s)
Year
2011
By FIAUX NIADA,Mary-Luce, ARDOAbdu Umar, BAKA, Hassane, BARRY,Boubacar, GANTENBEIN,Nicole, El MOCTAR,Abdourahmane Ag, MUGO,John Kabutha, SIDIBE,Amadou, SOW,Ousmane
This paper is the result of a study conducted by a team of African experts covering various African countries (Burkina Faso, Kenya, Mali, Mauritania, Niger and Nigeria) on the crucial issue of literacy education for nomadic people. It has been...
Document format
Conference paper
Language(s)
Year
2011
By FIAUX NIADA, Mary-Luce
This document addresses certain issues and realities of the education and training of pastoral and nomadic populations, describes the innovative experiences of several countries, and briefly outlines the process of multi-partner consultation carried...
Document format
Conference paper
Language(s)
Year
2011
By NJOKA,Evangeline, AMENYA,Donvan, KEMUNTO,Everlyn, MURAYA, Daniel Ngaru, ONGOTO,Joel, RIECHI, Andrew Rasugu
This is a report of the responsiveness of selected KESSP targeted interventions aimed at enhancing inclusive and equitable primary education in Kenya. Using desk reviews, case studies as well as survey, the study focused on how the interventions...
Document format
Conference paper
Language(s)
Year
2011

Pages

Subscribe to Lifelong learning