1 edition of Expanding recurrent and nonformal education found in the catalog.
Expanding recurrent and nonformal education
|Other titles||Recurrent and nonformal education.|
|Statement||David Harman, issue editor.|
|Series||New directions for higher education ;, no. 14|
|Contributions||Harman, David, 1944-|
|LC Classifications||LA217 .E96|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 112 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||112|
|LC Control Number||76011877|
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OCLC Number: Notes: Spine title: Recurrent and nonformal education. Description: viii, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Recurrent and nonformal education: a definitional prelude / David Harman --Nonformal education and development / David Harman --The Greening of schooling / James R.
Sheffield --Education and work: prospects for change / Russell Expanding recurrent and nonformal education book. Davis --University. Nonformal Education Policy: Developing Countries examines the goals nonformal education is intended to achieve, its apparent advantages and the achievements and shortcomings it has revealed in practice.
and the final section presents some ideas and arguments concerning the possibility today of expanding recurrent education opportunities for.
Non-Formal Education 1. Objectives. Non-formal education aims to ensure that all children, youth, adults, poor people and those with disabilities realize their rights to a basic education and lifelong learning.
Another objective is to provide opportunities for youth and adults to access life skills and become literate. This chapter focuses on future strategies of formal and nonformal education. An educational development strategy, as the term is used here, is a framework for specific educational policies and actions, intended to keep these policies and actions reasonably balanced and integrated, well-timed, properly weighted, and headed in the right by: 8.
issues related to increasing efficiency in education. Section 1 offers a short history of educational finance and discusses many of the traditional approaches to financing education.
Section 2 presents methods for distributing funds to different levels of formal education and to various types of nonformal education.
Section 3. New Directions for Higher Education: Expanding Recurrent and Nonformal Education. Harman; New Directions for Education and Work: Competency, Careers, and College this book. The two parts of this book consider two main facets of nonformal curriculum development: theory and practice.
Part I on nonformal curriculum theory has four chapters. Chapter 1 addresses the origins, meaning, purpose, and scope of nonformal education. Chapter 2 examines three major themes in discussions on nonformal education: nonformal File Size: 1MB.
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