|The Education for All Teacher-Training Package - Volume 2 (UNDP - UNESCO, 1995, 124 p.)|
|Topic 11 Quality of Life and Development Education|
By the end of this topic you should have:
reached a better understanding of how education can contribute to meeting basic learning needs related to quality of life and development issues such as environment, population and health;
explored some local examples of environment-related problems and current efforts being made to alleviate them;
explored steps that have to be taken to introduce into school curricula a dimension that embraces environment, population and health;
acquired an understanding of the interdisciplinary and innovative teaching approaches required in quality of life and development education.
This topic is divided into three modules: Environmental Education; Population Education; and Health Education, and these together will require some seven hours of study time.