PNG Education - Policy & Services - Papua New Guinea
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Conditions of Teaching & Learning: Study on the Context of Book Provision |
Education Policy Development and Globalisation
Educational Policy Development and Problems of Devolution in PNG Education
- Problems with Devolution of PNG Education
book by Dr. Gabriel Kulwaum
Dr. Kulwaum maintains "... that post-independence PNG
educational politics have mostly revolved around the debates about how power
should be shared between different levels of government and with one
bureaucracy." ... and "...the development of PNG's education
system ... annot be discussed adequately outside the context of the colonial legacy
that persists in PNG. The concept of devolution is rooted within the
controversies that surround attempts to resolve .... difficult questions."
Teacher Education - Papua New Guinea
- Community Teacher Education - complete text of McLaughlin and ODonoghue, . August 1996. 133p. A4. ISBN 9980-84-066-8. Chap 1 of 6
- Chapter 1 - Teacher Education: Its Roots: a 40 thousand year education tradition
- Chapter 2 - Teacher Education: The Past
Chapter 3 - Teacher Education: The Future
- Chapter 4 - Teacher Education: i. Pacific Perspectivies
- Chapter 5 - Improving Education: Policy issues
- Chapter 6 - Improving Teacher Education: .i. Pedagogical problems
- Chapter 7 - Improving Teacher Education: .i. Political intrigues
- Chapter 8 - Improving Teacher Education: Contextual Realities
Chapter 9 - Improving Teacher Education: .i. Teacher Educators
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