Inventory and report on teacher education materials and programmes in the Commonwealth Caribbean
The English-speaking Caribbean countries share a common history of British colonial rule, resulting in similar educational systems with common institutions. They, with other countries, form the Caribbean Community (CARICOM). The CARICOM Heads of Government recently agreed on a common human resource development strategy that set targets for achievements for different levels of the regional educational systems (CARICOM Secretariat, 1997). Earlier policy agreements also set in train steps towards the free movement of skills across the region, thus requiring the transferability of qualifications.
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Open University of Sri Lanka (Open University of Sri Lanka, 2004)Programme handbook for those studying the distance learning Masters of Arts in Teacher Education (International) course through the Open University of Sri Lanka
Swales, Christine (Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 2000)Distance education materials take a learner-centred approach rather than the traditionally content-centred approach of textbooks. The key is the student. Learners need to become involved and motivated by the materials and ...
Sibanda, Laura; Mazhani, One; Deurwaarder, Jan; Muraya, Christine; Mead Richardson, Alison (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2015-08)The Botswana Technical Education Programme (BTEP) is managed by the Department of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (DTVET) in the Ministry of Education and Skills Development. BTEP is outcomes-based and is ...
Commonwealth of Learning (commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 2012)Food and Nutrition For the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate has been produced by COL Open School Initiative Trinidad and Tobago.All course blueprints produced by COL Open School Initiative Trinidad and Tobago are ...
Kanwar, Asha (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2014-03-26)Transcript from the opening remarks given at Caribbean Focal Points Meeting, Trinidad & Tobago, 26 March 2014. Presented by Professor Asha Kanwar, President & CEO, Commonwealth of Learning.