Education Don't Start the Millennium Without It

Author: Ruth Herman Wells

Publisher: Youth Change

ISBN: 1891881124

Category: High school dropouts

Page: 36

View: 533

This lesson guide is one in a series for teachers and counselors on teaching problem-solving interventions and coping skills to troubled youth. The series is aimed at training adolescents to succeed while empowering them to avoid the social pressure to drop out of school. The goal of this guide is to convince students they need an education to survive in the new millennium. A list of computer-related terms, a job skill matrix, and earning potential table is included. Contains 20 ready-to-use lesson plans with handouts. Selected lesson titles are: "So, Which Millennium Will You Be Ready For? "Will Your Skills--Or You--Work in the New Century?""Are You Cool or a Fool if You Decide to Finish School?""Will Yesterday's Skills Work Tomorrow?""The More You Learn, The More You Earn.""Buddy, Can You Spare a Mind?""Get Ready to Travel to the New Millennium." Includes a descriptive list of additional resources available from Youth Change. (JDM)
Children and the Millennium Development Goals

Author: Ki-mun Pan

Publisher: UNICEF

ISBN: 9789280642193

Category: Social Science

Page: 100

View: 624

"This report provides new information and analysis on how far the world has come in reducing child and maternal mortality and malnutrition, ensuring universal primary education, protecting children against abuse, exploitation and violence, and combating HIV/AIDS. It is based on an extensive and valuable set of reports by United Nations Member States, which show that results are mixed, but positive in many respects. In the five years since the Special Session, there has been progress in many countries; but the national reports make clear that actions are still needed everywhere to accelerate progress."--P. v.
A Feminist Critique of Education

Author: Christine Skelton

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 0415363918

Category: Education

Page: 352

View: 562

Compiled by the current editors of the journal Gender & Education, this new book maps the development of thinking in gender and education over the last fifteen years, featuring groundbreaking articles from leading authors in the field.
Lifelong Learning

Author: Davies, W. Keith

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135363093

Category: Education

Page: 205

View: 894

This text sets out to explain the issues and attributes of lifelong learning as well as outlining the many initiatives which are being taken to help understand the implications and new roles for many of our institutions.
Education for All

Author: Nicholas Burnett

Publisher: United Nations Educational

ISBN: UOM:39015063191780

Category: Education

Page: 447

View: 367

The 2006 EFA Global Monitoring Report, maps the global literacy challenge, drawing attention to new methods for measuring it more accurately. It analyses how societies have attained widespread literacy before critically examining national strategies and international commitments aimed at achieving this goal. Although adult literacy rates doubled in Sub-Saharan Africa, the Arab States and South and West Asia from 1970 to 2000, the rate of progress has slowed considerably since 1990, according to the report. If present trends continue, only 86% of the world's adults will be literate by 2015, up from 82% today.Reflecting deep-seated gender inequalities in many societies, women account for 64% of the adults worldwide who cannot read or write with understanding. This figure remains virtually unchanged from 63% in 1990. Every year, the EFA Global Monitoring Report assesses where the world stands on its commitment to provide a basic education to all children, youth and adults by 2015. Its developed by an independent team and published by UNESCO, with the UIS as a key member of the EFA monitoring team, providing statistical annexes and analysis which lay the foundations for the report.
Information Management in the New Millennium


Publisher: Allied Publishers

ISBN: 8177641700

Category: Computer network resources

Page: 704

View: 845

Papers presented at the Nineteenth Annual Convention of the Society for Information Science and Conference on Information Management in the New Millennium, held at New Delhi during 27-29 January 2000; with special reference to India.
Assessment Methods and Success Factors for Digital Education and New Media

Author: Cipolla Ficarra, Francisco Vicente

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781799887232

Category: Education

Page: 429

View: 276

In recent years, a diffuse way of promoting information and communication technologies is through the quantification of data, such as indices of references, access counters to webpages, total views of videos on YouTube, and others that are often superficial for didactics. Some data are presented as magnets to attract students to education courses—education as a commercial product and not as a public good freely accessible to all. This is an attractive format in offline and online communication channels, but it lacks metrics to build and evaluate knowledge and experiences with a critical perspective. Assessment Methods and Success Factors for Digital Education and New Media analyzes and evaluates the efficiency of the teaching-learning process and dissemination of knowledge to make the most of the potential of new information and communication technologies, examining the theories and practices of interactive content, under the formula of constructive criticism. Covering topics such as digital challenges, information architecture, and interactive design, this premier reference source is an excellent resource for educators and administrators of both K-12 and higher education, software developers, interactive designers, preservice teachers, teacher educators, evaluators of interactive systems, government officials, librarians, researchers, and academicians.
Routledge Encyclopaedia of Educational Thinkers

Author: Joy A. Palmer Cooper

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317576983

Category: Education

Page: 644

View: 473

The Routledge Encyclopaedia of Educational Thinkers comprises 128 essays by leading scholars analysing the most important, influential, innovative and interesting thinkers on education of all time. Each of the chronologically arranged entries explores why a particular thinker is significant for those who study education and explores the social, historical and political contexts in which the thinker worked. Ranging from Confucius and Montessori to Dewey and Edward de Bono, the entries form concise, accessible summaries of the greatest or most influential educational thinkers of past and present times. Each essay includes the following features; concise biographical information on the individual, an outline of the individual’s key achievements and activities, an assessment of their impact and influence, a list of their major writings, suggested further reading. Carefully brought together to present a balance of gender and geographical contexts as well as areas of thought and work in the broad field of education, this substantial volume provides a unique history and overview of figures who have shaped education and educational thinking throughout the world. Combining and building upon two internationally renowned volumes, this collection is deliberately broad in scope, crossing centuries, boundaries and disciplines. The Encyclopaedia therefore provides a perfect introduction to the huge range and diversity of educational thought. Offering an accessible means of understanding the emergence and development of what is currently seen in the classroom, this Encyclopaedia is an invaluable reference guide for all students of education, including undergraduates and post-graduates in education or teacher training and students of related disciplines.