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Research - Perceptions and experiences of violence among secondary school students in urban Jamaica

Aims to obtain information on the perceptions and experiences of violence among secondary school students in Kingston, Jamaica, and its environs. Data collection was carried out from September through December 1998. Two researchers administered questionnaires in 11 randomly selected secondary schools, to a total of 1,710 students who were in either Grade 7 or Grade 9 and who were aged 9–17 years old (mean of 13.2…

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Added by UNESCO Santiago on November 18, 2015 at 3:12pm — No Comments

A joint roadmap for the Education 2030 Agenda, the Framework for Action

A joint roadmap for the Education 2030 Agenda,

the Framework for Action…

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Teacher Expectations of Children’s Future Schooling in Schools with Indigenous Children in Bolivia, Mexico and Peru

Teacher expectations on students’ future levels of schooling vary according to the gender, race, geographical location and socioeconomic background of the students. Simultaneously, teacher expectations are influenced by factors related to the teacher and the context in which she teaches.

In this paper the author explores…

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Added by UNESCO Santiago on October 29, 2015 at 2:35pm — No Comments

Educational innovation - C.A.R.E. (Centre for Adolescent Renewal and Education) - St. Lucia

C.A.R.E. is a community-based, indigenous, non-governmental organization (NGO) established to help disadvantaged and marginalized youth take control of their lives and destinies. The first C.A.R.E. Life Centre was established in 1993 in response to the lack of programmes for young people, particularly adolescents, who were in very difficult social conditions and required urgent attention. The education system had…

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Added by UNESCO Santiago on October 28, 2015 at 7:07pm — No Comments

Charting a new course for education in Anguilla: The Teacher Gloria Omololu Institute.

This paper provides information on the objectives and critical components of the programme offered at the Teacher Gloria Omololu Institute, the first private primary school in Anguilla. The Institute was established in 1994 to provide…

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Added by UNESCO Santiago on October 21, 2015 at 2:03pm — No Comments

Reading suggestion - Improving schools : Performance and potential

Based on a major research project this book examines the progress of the UK's schools in recent years. It considers changes in schools' effectiveness, looks at the different challenges and at what improvements they have been carrying…

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ITEN Newsletter Nº 52 - October 2015

ITEN Newsletter Nº 52 - October 2015

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Manual for integrating HIV & AIDS education in school curricula - International Bureau of Education/UNESCO

The International Bureau of Education (IBE) set up a cross-cutting programme on HIV and AIDS in 2001 in response to the UNESCO Director-General's request for a scaled-up response to HIV and AIDS education. A Global Initiative on HIV and…

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Added by UNESCO Santiago on October 2, 2015 at 6:00pm — No Comments

The extent to which seasoned teachers in the Cayman Islands use elements of reflective teaching in their lesson planning, implementation and evaluation - Short essay

This research was motivated by the author's personal desire to learn more about reflective teaching, and by the fact that there was the need in the Cayman Islands to accumulate a body of knowledge addressing local issues in all disciplines,…

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Added by UNESCO Santiago on October 1, 2015 at 6:13pm — No Comments

Reflection and reflective teaching: A case study of four seasoned teachers in the Cayman Islands - PhD thesis



This study sought to provide a practically adequate understanding of lesson planning, implementation, and evaluation from the perspective of selected seasoned teachers in the Cayman Islands, and their…

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Added by UNESCO Santiago on October 1, 2015 at 5:30pm — No Comments

What do we understand by Literacy today?

As part of the celebration of International Literacy Day ITEN wants to know: What do we understand by Literacy today?

Added by ITEN on October 1, 2015 at 11:34am — No Comments

ITEN Newsletter Nº 51 - September 2015

ITEN Newsletter Nº 51 - September 2015…

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Added by ITEN on September 10, 2015 at 3:58pm — No Comments

participaciones internacionales recientes

Comparto con mis seguidores en la red las ultimas participaciones de MI COLEGIO EN LA NUBE en congresos internacionales de TIC y educacion:

Unesco Paris. febrero de 2015. Semana del aprendizaje movil en la sede principal de la Unesco en Paris Francia.

XVI congreso internacional de la OEA Virtual Educa Guadalajara. junio de 2015.…

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ITEN Newsletter Nº 50 - August 2015

ITEN Newsletter Nº 50 - August 2015…

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ITEN Newsletter Nº48 - June 2015

ITEN Newsletter Nº48 - June 2015…



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ITEN Newsletter Nº 49 - July 2015

ITEN Newsletter Nº 49 - July 2015…



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First Study Visit for Knowledge Exchange on the Teaching Profession

First Study Visit for Knowledge Exchange on the Teaching Profession…

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ITEN Newsletter Nº47 - May 2015

ITEN Newsletter Nº47 - May 2015…

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ITEN Newsletter Nº46 - April 2015

ITEN Newsletter Nº46 - April 2015…

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  When I was teaching English in the coast region of Ecuador, I noticed a real problem with the pronunciation of the final /s/ and /z/. People there used to pronounce words omitting the final /s/. As…

 
When I was teaching English in the coast region of Ecuador, I noticed a real problem with the pronunciation of the final /s/ and /z/. People there used to pronounce words omitting the final /s/. As an example: "voy a comprar do pollo" "vale cinco dollar" "me arden lo ojo" and so on. So, when coast region people start to learn English they move such problem to their English pronunciation. As a result of this, they mispronounce plurals and third…
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Added by Adrian Alexi Noboa Larenas on May 11, 2015 at 11:44am — No Comments

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