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Innovations in Youth Workforce Development and Education

Development of Chinese Students’ Core Competence Using STEAM School-Based Curriculum Following Backward Design Theory: A Case Study

A school-based curriculum using backward design is seen useful in improving Chinese students’ core competence. This study examines this assumption to see if a STEAM...
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Mathematics curriculum implementation through high-order cognitive tasks

Several countries have promoted curricular reforms both in K-12 and teacher training education in the past years expecting better results in their educational systems (Bauer...
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Comparisons of «Subject talk» in Classroom Assessment – tracing Educational Policy across School Subjects and Classroom practices

Proposal In Norway, as well as in many other countries, there has been a growing focus on measurement of learning outcomes (author 2010, 2015). A...
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Implementing ICT at School: the Relationships between Transformational Leadership and ICT Implementation in Mongolian Primary School

As Information Communication Technology (ICT) has become an essential part of everyday life, a demand for utilizing ICT in social development has also become greater...
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Views on Blended Learning Professional Development Training: A Case Study of an Egyptian Further School of Education

Altruism behavior could play an essential role on facing the global unprecedented and unpredictable issues resulting from the constant change in the ecosystem. Only education...
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Shifting midsets through systems work and an innovative entrepreneurial approach: a case study of Senegal and Rwanda

Youth in Senegal and Rwanda are ready for the opportunity to compete in today’s economy but many of them lack the skills they need for...
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Are Human Capital Gains from Short Cycle Higher Education (ISCED5) Relevant for Latin American Countries?

Career Technical and Vocational Higher Education. also known as short cycle higher education (ISCED 5) is important because it responds to the global demands in...
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Drivers of whole youth development skills in TVET institutions in Kenya

African youthful population demonstrates notable growth in the recent years and the trend is expected to continue. In Kenya for instance, about 800,000 youth aged...
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Examining the capabilities of Kenya’s TVET institutions in instilling soft skills

Education and training are fundamental to the attainment of sustainable development, much so to the wholesome development of an individual. It is viewed as a...
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