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close this bookGlobalization and Living Together: The Challenges for Educational Content in Asia (CBSE - IBE, 2000, 136 p.)
View the document(introduction...)
View the documentFOREWORD
View the documentINTRODUCTION
close this folderPART I: THE IMPACT OF GLOBALIZATION ON CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT
View the documentEducation and globalization: learning to live together
View the documentRound-table: The relevance of new trends in the teaching of science, social science and humanities to the challenge of globalization and the principle of learning to live together
View the documentSummary of the round-table working-group discussions
close this folderPART II: SOME CHALLENGES FOR THE ADAPTATION OF CONTENT RAISED BY THE PRINCIPLE OF LEARNING TO LIVE TOGETHER
View the documentAdaptation of content to address the principle of learning to live together: the challenge for teacher training1
View the documentThe potentials and challenges of information and communication technologies (ICTs) for education: the training of teachers
View the documentThe potentials and challenges of information and communication technologies for education: globalization of education, adaptation of curricula, new teaching materials and the networking of schools
View the documentLearning to live together: The need for vocationalizing the curriculum
close this folderPART III: INTERDISCIPLINARITY, SCHOOL-BASED MANAGEMENT AND NON-SCHOOL SCIENCE EDUCATION: A FEW TOPICS FOR REFLECTION BY CURRICULUM DEVELOPERS
View the documentAdaptation of contents to address the principle of learning to live together: The case for interdisciplinarity
View the documentVictoria’s schools of the future
View the documentNon-school science education: A case study from France
close this folderPART IV: CURRENT TRENDS IN THE ADAPTATION OF EDUCATIONAL CONTENT IN SOUTH AND SOUTH-EAST ASIA
View the documentWho should be doing what in adapting the curriculum? The roles of various protagonists with particular focus on policy-makers, curriculum developers and teachers
View the documentAn overview of country reports on curriculum development in south and South-East Asia
close this folderPART V: COUNTRY PAPERS ON CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT FROM SELECTED STATES IN SOUTH AND SOUTH-EAST ASIA
View the documentBangladesh - Curriculum planning, development and reform for primary and secondary education
View the documentBhutan - Curriculum development for primary and secondary education
View the documentIndia - Education policies and curriculum at the upper primary and secondary education levels
View the documentIndonesia - Goals and objectives of education
View the documentMalaysia - Curriculum planning, development and reform
View the documentMaldives - Education policies, curriculum design and implementation at the level of upper primary and general secondary education
View the documentMyanmar - National aspects of curriculum decision-making
View the documentNepal - Education policies, curriculum design and implementation at the general secondary level
View the documentPakistan - Curriculum design and development
View the documentPhilippines - Curriculum development
View the documentSri Lanka - Curriculum design and implementation for upper primary and general secondary education
View the documentThailand - Curriculum planning, development and reform
View the documentViet Nam - Curriculum planning, development and reform
View the documentANNEX I. LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS