Curriculum for Learning to Live Together

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Discovery Publishing House, 2005 - Comparative education - 538 pages
The Theme for which the UNESCO convened from 5 to 8 September 2001 in Geneva the 46th session of the International Conference on Education (ICE), organised by the UNESCO s International Bureau of Education, was Education for All for Learning to Live Together. Contents and Learning, Strategies Problems and Solutions . The ICE brought together over 600 participants from 127 countries, including in particular 80 ministers and 10 vice-ministers of education, as well as representatives of inter-governmental and nongovernmental organisations. The themes of ICE are very relevant all over the world with regard to the necessity and complexity of living together as well as the role and limitations of education in this respect.
 

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Contents

Introduction
3
Synthesis of Country Reports and
9
Laving Together
36
Citizenship Education Learning
49
Experiences from the
58
Report of Workshop 1
65
Education for the Promotion of Social
71
Education for Social Cohesion
79
Planning for Curriculum Review and
213
The Monitoring and Evaluation of
287
Summary of the Proceedings
307
Management of Curriculum Revision and
331
Reports from Regional Institutions
359
The Role of UNESCO in the Promotion
366
Final Report and Recommendations
383
Introduction
413

Report of Workshop 2
88
Curricular Content and Skill Development
109
Report of Workshop 3
117
Final Outcomes and Proposals for Action
123
Management of Curriculum Change
163
Introduction
165
The Challenges Facing Education in the
173
The Challenges Facing Education and
180
Rs 975
205
Analyzing Existing Curriculum
447
The Role of Information and Knowledge
455
Role of Communication within the
469
Networking for Curriculum
483
Curriculum Changes and Reforms
495
Synthesis of Country Reports and
501
List of Participants and Resource Persons
516
Index
525
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