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2013/06/26

Experts : Ad Boeren

Policy studies; evaluation studies; development of adult education materials; communication training


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2012/10/23

Projets : Assessment of Sub-Saharan numeracy and literacy

Le Centre for Research in Primary Science and Technology a travaillé au développement d’outils d’évaluation formative et diagnostique des compétences de base en matière de lecture et de calcul au niveau du primaire des populations défavorisées des pays d’Afrique subsaharienne. Le projet a sollicité la participation directe ...


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2011/11/04

Experts : Terry Russell

Assessment and evaluation in the age range 3-14 years.  A special interest in science education and 'thinking skills' as well as early years development. Background as an educational/developmental psychologist


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2011/10/14

Projets : Open Door

“Open Door” aims to support higher education in Africa by making the Open University course materials available to African universities free of charge. There is a huge shortage of teaching resources in universities in low income African countries; some universities rely on donated textbooks which are often out of date. Open Door makes +250 Open University courses available to a group of ...


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2011/10/14

Projets : TESSA: Teacher Education in Sub-Saharan Africa

TESSA is a research and development programme aimed at creating 'open content' multimedia resources and course design guidance for teachers and teacher educators in Sub-Saharan Africa. Composed of an 18-member consortium of national and international organisations including 13 institutions in Sub-Saharan Africa, it has produced a large bank of materials directly aimed at enhancing and improving access ...


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2011/05/10

Experts : Rob Merkus

I started my career in development cooperation as a science teacher in Zambia. After return to the Netherlands and a number of years as a physics teacher I returned for 8 years to Africa as coordinator in a science teacher in-service development project based in the National University of Lesotho. I then worked for 4 years in a similar project at Chancellor College in Malawi. In 1998 I joined the University ...


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