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Documents : Reaching the unreached - IGNOU’s interventions in Tihar Central Jail

The Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) provides education to the disadvantaged and unreached learners (some of them living in special circumstances) to build an inclusive knowledge society through inclusive education.One of the world’s largest prisons is the Tihar Central Jail in New Delhi. It has about 12,000 prisoners accommodated in its 10 jails. There are over 530 prisoners enrolled ...



Documents : An Assessment of Contributions of Non-degree, Part-time University Programs to the Achievement of Education for All and the Millennium Development Goals

The demands of Lifelong Learning (LLL) and Education For All (EFA) pose new challenges to the University. Ensuring the success of EFA and LLL necessitates more than the creation of additional degrees and post-graduate programs. The demand cannot be accommodated by admitting more undergraduate students. The major challenge for the University concerns the incorporation of thousands of non-matriculated ...



Experts : Valtencir Mendes

I am passionate about Education for All issues, education and innovation, charity-university-government-industry partnerships; languages and culture; IT and social media. PhD in Project and Systems Engineering by the Technical University of Catalonia in collaboration with the University of Glasgow, UK. Involved in research which focus on the multi-stakeholder partnerships for the achievement of ...



Documents : Building Research and Teaching Capacity in Indonesia through International Collaboration

This briefing paper, published by the Institute of International Education’s Center for International Partnerships, provides a detailed, data-driven look at the research and teaching capacity of Indonesian universities. The authors, Flavia Ramos-Mattoussi and Jeffrey Ayala Milligan, report on key findings from a USAID-funded project in which faculty members from Florida State University worked ...



Projects : Bachelor and Master Programmes in Adult Basic Education and Training

The University of Ouagadougou has undertaken different projects to develop its involvement in adult basic education. In 2001, the University launched the Adult Education and Development Project, a training programme for professionals working in adult development and basic education. The programme was then developed into an undergraduate diploma in adult development and education, covering health, education, ...



Projects : Proyecto de educación intercultural bilingüe en apoyo a los niños migrantes y en peligro de calle de la 4ª sección de Chula Vista del pueblo de San Antón, en la ciudad de Cuernavaca, Morelos

Presentación   El Instituto de Educación Básica del estado de Morelos y la Universidad Pedagógica Nacional, sensibles ante las problemáticas educativas del Estado, ha detectado asentamientos migratorios indígenas ajenos a los históricamente arraigados en la región. Lo anterior convierte a Morelos en una entidad plurilingüe ...



Projects : Women’s University of Africa

Inaugurated in 2002, the Women’s University of Africa has a dual mission: - to address gender parity in accessing higher education; - to promote gender equality by contributing to the critical mass of female graduates who will go on to fulfil leadership, social, political and economic roles. This University was developed in partnership with the University of Zimbabwe and the University of Swaziland. ...



Projects : Connecting Campus and Community

To better meet the needs of local, and in particular the indigenous population, an interdisciplinary research team at the Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos, Mexico was set up to study how to validate and integrate traditional knowledge into the university’s programmes. University of Calgary, in Canada, was brought on as a collaborative partner to gain expertise on how to connect ...



Projects : DEEP: Digital Education Enhancement Project

DEEP is a research project focusing on the potential of new information and communications technology (ICT) to improve teacher education and the quality of pupil learning in schools serving poor communities. It examined the impact ICT on learner achievement and motivation and teachers' pedagogic knowledge. Research was carried out in 12 primary schools in Egypt and 12 in South Africa with 48 teachers ...



Projects : Assessment of Sub-Saharan numeracy and literacy

The Centre for Research in Primary Science and Technology at the University of Liverpool, UK, carried out research to develop formative and diagnostic assessment tools for basic numeracy and literacy skills in primary education among disadvantaged sub-Saharan populations. The research project investigated to what extent it was possible to describe sequences of progression in educational achievement ...

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