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UNESCO-IICBA's Experiences on Online Distance Education for Master Teachers in Africa and on ICT-enhanced Teacher Development
Competence in the integration of technology in curriculum and instruction is fundamental for the professional instructional leader. In regard to the qualitative and quantitative needs of Africa to achieve the EFA goals by ...
Teacher Education through the B.Ed Programme of IGNOU: Access through the Chennai Regional Centre
The B.Ed Programme of IGNOU offered through the Distance Learning Mode from the year 2000 has been the boon in developing human resources involved in academic transactions at the School level. Accessibility to the programme ...
Mentoring: a Powerful Tool for Professional Development of Student Teachers
Distance education has emerged as a panacea for some of the burning problems in the education systems of developing countries. In relation to the Sri Lankan context, it was expected that Distance Education would give an ...
Blended Learning Approach to Training School Counselors: A Case Study of COL-NCERT Collaborative Programme
There has been a great demand for Guidance and Counselling services in schools to facilitate better academic performance, adjustment and career development among students so as to provide quality education to students. In ...
Pushing the Boundaries: Migrating Online in a Developing Context
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL) and Open University Malaysia (OUM), 2016-11)
In this paper, the authors use the National Association for Distance Education’s (NADEOSA) criteria for program development and Mishra and Koehler’s Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) framework, to share ...