Educational Innovation In Developing Countries

Author by : Keith M. Lewin
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer
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Description : 'Because of the insights offered the book under review should be compulsory reading for Ministers of Education and educational planners as well as for students of educational reform. They would find it readable, informative and disturbing. This could well become a classic account of why innovations fail. - Keith Watson, Department of Education Studies and Management, University of Reading Educational investment is now back at the top of the development agenda. The World Conference on Education for All confirmed the commitment of national governments and donors to provide opportunities for all children to enrol in school and reach minimum levels of achievement. This book takes a new look at the problems that confront politicians, planners, curriculum developers and teachers in implementing educational innovations in developing countries. The insights into theory and practice that emerge provide the intellectual yeast for the development of effective innovation strategies for the next decade.


Politics Of Educational Innovations In Developing Countries

Author by : Nelly P. Stromquist
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : In the educational arena, new ideas often compete as solutions to recurrent problems, making the concept of "innovations" a widespread discursive term. While expectations are substantial for each innovation, implementation of ideas has shown them to be more modest in practice. This book examines innovations in several developing countries, presenting case studies of technological, curricular, and organizational innovations selected for their magnitude in financial investment, scope, and duration. The case studies explore the social and political contexts that shaped the features of these innovations and what they accomplished over time in terms of teacher cost reduction, status mobility, access to education, and national unity. The experience of countries such as Brazil, Lesotho, the Philippines, and Namibia, and the influence of international agencies such as the World Bank are described and analyzed against theories of social and organizational change. The case studies themselves also serve as subjects for reflection on the prevailing positivist approaches to research and knowledge. The Politics of Educational Innovations should be of considerable interest to students of educational change, wither in the academic world or in the fields of government and international cooperation.


Education And Development Innovations In Delivering Primary Education

Author by : James Lynch
Languange : en
Publisher by : A&C Black
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Description : This volume of the series that debates the need for universal primary education, is concerned with the "good behaviour" of would-be educational innovators in developing countries. The text looks at the need for a code of practice and relating that to issues of economic realism, human rights sensitivity, ecological responsibility and educational effectiveness.


Educational Innovations And Contemporary Technologies

Author by : P. Redmond
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer
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Description : For the education system to remain responsive to the needs and demands of its multiple stakeholders it must embrace the innovation and research produced by contemporary technology. This book traverses a wide range of conceptual, disciplinary, methodological, national and sectoral boundaries to explore the challenge presented.


Mathematics And Science Education In Developing Countries

Author by : Masafumi Nagao
Languange : en
Publisher by : UP Press
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Innovations In Delivering Primary

Author by : James Lynch
Languange : en
Publisher by : A&C Black
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Description : This volume of the series that debates the need for universal primary education, is concerned with the "good behaviour" of would-be educational innovators in developing countries. The text looks at the need for a code of practice and relating that to issues of economic realism, human rights sensitivity, ecological responsibility and educational effectiveness.


Education Innovation And Economic Society Development

Author by : Norbert Grünwald
Languange : en
Publisher by : BoD – Books on Demand
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Description : The ICEBE conference held in Shijiazhuang is the seventh in a series of annual conferences on engineering and business education and ICIE is the 5th international conference that runs every two years on innovation and entrepreneurship. It is the fourth joint conference organised by the Robert-Schmidt-Institute (University Wismar), hosted by Shijiazhuang University of Economics and co- organized by La Consolacion College Manila. The theme of the conference is “Education Innovation and Economic Society Development” which describes the emphasis that is laid on always combining education with the need of the society, not only to consider one in isolation from the others. Therefore the primary target of the conference is to provide the delegates with cross-disciplinary interests related to the subjects above in engineering and business education.


Promoting Innovation In Developing Countries

Author by : Jean-Eric Aubert
Languange : en
Publisher by : World Bank Publications
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Description : Facilitating and responding to the emergence of grass-root needs at the local level is also essential. Support to entrepreneurs and local communities should be primarily provided in matching grant forms to facilitate the mobilization of local resources and ownership. It is of primary importance to pay the greatest attention to country specificities, not only in terms of development level, size, and specialization, but also in terms of administrative and cultural traditions. At the global level, major issues need also to be considered and dealt with by appropriate incentives and regulations: the role of foreign direct investment in developing countries' technological development, conditions of technologies' patenting and licensing, the North-South research asymmetry, and brain drain trends.


Beyond Basic Care

Author by : Roy I. Brown
Languange : en
Publisher by : Captus Press
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Learning And Innovation In Economic Development

Author by : Linsu Kim
Languange : en
Publisher by : Edward Elgar Publishing
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Description : These essays identify the evolutionary processes and patterns of learning, capability-building and innovation in catch-up countries. They suggest that such economies have different patterns of learning from those of advanced countries. Kim uses the example of Korea to examine various industries.