• Value Education
    Concept and objectives of Value Education Dr A R Seetharam Principal, B Ed Section Ramakrishna Institute of Moral and Spiritual Education, Mysore The Present Context The subject value education has come to acquire increasing prominence in educational discussions at all levels during recent
    Premium 2900 Words 12 Pages
  • Education System in Malaysia
    In Malaysia, there are many education systems that had been used such as Primary School Old Curriculum (KLSR), Primary School Integrated Curriculum (KBSR) and Primary School Standard Curriculum (KSSR). KBSR is one of the education policy that had brings many achievement and successful in education s
    Premium 2624 Words 11 Pages
  • Education
    CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the study One of the major stumbling blocks in the delivery of quality education in the country is that of shortage of textbooks. Since textbooks and instructional materials have direct impact on what is taught in schools and how it is taught, the government of
    Premium 16024 Words 65 Pages
  • Roots of Education
    Lecture One i THE ROOTS OF EDUCATION ii THE ESSENTIALS OF EDUCATION [XIX] F O U N D AT I O N S O F WA L D O R F E D U C AT I O N Lecture One iii RUDOLF STEINER The Roots of Education Anthroposophic Press iv THE ESSENTIALS OF EDUCATION The publisher wishes
    Premium 32063 Words 129 Pages
  • Population Education
    Ideology    System of ideas that explains and lends legitimacy to actions and beliefs of a social, religious, political, or corporate entity. Ideology and education In the recent past, there has been a growing realisation regarding a definite need for the analysis and understanding of
    Premium 3077 Words 13 Pages
  • Education and Skills Bill
    07/87 10 DECEMBER 2007 RESEARCH PAPER Education and Skills Bill Bill 12 of 2007-08 The Education and Skills Bill introduces a new duty on young people in England to participate in education or training until the age of 18. The Bill follows the green paper Raising Expectations: staying in edu
    Premium 40110 Words 161 Pages
  • Role of Art and Design Education to Generate Employment/Business in Rural Sector
    EMPLOYMENT GENERATION IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES ROLE OF ART AND DESIGN EDUCATION TO GENERATE EMPLOYMENT/BUSINESS IN RURAL SECTOR (BY GAUTAM DUTTA Asst. Professor & VINAY KUMAR Asst. Professor, AMITY SCHOOL FOR FINE ART, AMITY UNIVERSITY, NOIDA, U.P) ABSTRACT
    Premium 3983 Words 16 Pages
  • Education
    Education: Its Aims And Objectives "Education", says Aristotle,” is the creation of a sound mind in a sound body". It encompasses in itself the all round development of an individual. The success of spreading education to the widest possible area lies in the way it is imparted. With the ever ch
    Premium 1521 Words 7 Pages
  • education foundation
    CHRISTIAN MISSIONARIES IN THE ESTABLISHMENT AND DEVELOPMENT OF WESTERN EDUCATION IN COLONIAL KENYA UPTO 1920 Christian missionaries played a vital role in the introduction and development of Western education in Kenya. These missionaries began their activities here in the second half of...
    Premium 9596 Words 39 Pages
  • Pre-school education
    Preschool education Right now we are talking about preschool education. Later on it’s going to be about school education – school pedagogy. The aim of this course is to acquire knowledge about essential meaning of children development and education, their body, mutual interactions in...
    Premium 1281 Words 6 Pages
  • Moral
    The greatest defect in our programmes of education is entirely overlooked. While much is being done in the detailed improvement of our systems in respect both of matter and manner, the most pressing desideratum has not yet been even recognised as a desideratum. To prepare the young for the...
    Premium 13837 Words 56 Pages
  • education
    DETA CONFERENCE ABSTRACTS 2013 TEACHER EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT IN AFRIC A: THE NEED FOR ACCESS, EQUITY, SUSTAINABILITY, QUALITY AND RELEVANCE WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF GLOBALISATION www.deta.up.ac.za DETA conference abstracts 2013 Speakers’ presentations Note: All the papers and...
    Premium 38155 Words 153 Pages
  • Structure and Functions of Education
    STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONS OF EDUCATION 1. Introduction: Education is a lifelong process. It begins the day we are born and ends the day we day we die. Found in every society, it comes in many forms ranging from the “school of hard knocks” or learning by experience to formal...
    Premium 9236 Words 37 Pages
  • HISTORY OF EDUCATION IN NIGERIA
    HISTORY OF EDUCATION IN NIGERIA COURSE OUTLINE 1. Concept and Rationale of History of education 2. A Brief History of Education in Ancient Greek and Roman Empire 3. African Indigenous System of Education/African Traditional Education 4. Islamic Education in Nigeria 5. Christian...
    Premium 6282 Words 26 Pages
  • Education for national development
    Formal Learning: learning typically provided by an education or training institution, structured (in terms of learning objectives, learning time or learning support) and leading to certification. Formal learning is intentional from the learner’s perspective. (Cedefop 2001)[7] Informal...
    Premium 5253 Words 22 Pages
  • issues of education
     Knowledge is the food for man because in absence of knowledge man cannot grow his food. Education is the pond of knowledge Today, every country of the world is trying to be developed in every possible way. Every country whether it is a developed or developing, they both want...
    Premium 1705 Words 7 Pages
  • Education In The New Powerhouse Economies: Catching Up Or Leading The Way?
    “Education in the new powerhouse economies – catching up or leading the way? Discuss in relation to India and/or China.” India and China: Catching Up And Leading The Way In recent years, China and India have both exploded onto the international education landscape as major global forces...
    Premium 5759 Words 24 Pages
  • Education System In Saudi Arabia
     History & Development Of Education In Saudi Arabia: Until the late nineteenth century, education in all parts of what is now Saudi Arabia was traditional restricted to reading, writing and recitation of the Holy book Quran. There were only the higher educations in religious studies...
    Premium 3643 Words 15 Pages
  • PLato and Education
    Plato and Education by Sultan Muhammad Plato was the earliest most important Greek Philosopher and educational thinker. Plato thinks education as a key for a society and he stress on education, for this purpose he want to go to the extreme level even removing children from their mothers...
    Premium 1813 Words 8 Pages
  • National policy on education
    STAATSKOERANT 12 SEPTEMBER 2003 No. 25459 GOVERNMENT NOTICE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION No. 1307 12 September 2003 NATIONAL EDUCATION POLICY ACT, 1996 (ACT NO. 27 OF 1996) NATIONAL POLICY ON RELIGION AND EDUCATION. I, Kader Asinal, Minister of Education, hereby determine...
    Premium 8691 Words 35 Pages