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Entering school is one of the great events of life for both the child and the family. This is easy to understand since the child’s whole previous way of life changes. This fact is enough in itself for a number of children to face difficulties of adaptation in the first form. Today practice and educational literature offer a rich variety of devices to overcome this problem. Over the past few decades, however, it has become more and more obvious that the articulation of family and pre-school to school is not just a problem of adaptation which can be solved by successfully habituation....

Author/Editor:
Nagy; József
Year of publication:
1989
No. of pages:
111

Available from UIL's Library in English, French.

Seven case studies are presented here in an attempt to provoke a fruitful discussion about common concerns in the reform of curricula for vocational education. The case studies have been written by representatives from each country in cooperation with the project coordinator according to a scheme which emphasizes the elaboration of ‘stages’ and ‘environments’ of vocational development as the ‘principal descriptors’ of this project.

Download: Vocational education in transition: a seven-country study...

Author/Editor:
Loose; Gert
Year of publication:
1988
No. of pages:
447

Available from UIL's Library in English.

‘Recognition of the outcomes of non-formal and informal learning is a prerequisite for building learning societies,’ says Arne Carlsen, Director of the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL).

This UIL publication investigates factors that are critical for implementing the recognition, validation and accreditation (RVA) of non-formal and informal learning. It examines RVA’s strategic policy objectives and best practice features as well as the challenges faced and ways forward as reported by Member States. Most importantly, perhaps, this...

Author/Editor:
Madhu Singh
Year of publication:

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