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Education For Rural Development

Author : Elliot Compton
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The book provides an introductory knowledge about education, extension education and agricultural extension by incorporating their definition meaning concepts, objectives and principles which is basic to learners of extension education. There are many challenges faced in effective Information and Communication Technology implementation for rural development. Education in rural areas takes place at many different levels, from multigrade primary schools to agricultural universities. In many countries social change and economic development have been organized by providing not only basic education which is acknowledged as a priority, but also specific training to improve techniques employed in the rural economy. Furthermore, recent work on social capital shows that knowledge constitutes a key element for strengthening rural communities and facilitating their adaptation to change. The present book has been designed as a manual which looks into field of rural development and education with a view to enhance the reader's understanding of the educational practices and schemes.

Education For Rural Development

Author : Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
ISBN : UOM:39015069183443
Genre : Education
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An international joint study by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and UNESCO's International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP) was conducted on education and rural development to review the status of the topic from the standpoint of public policies and the conceptual frameworks on which they are based and also to shed light on what may be called "good practice." The findings of the study are meant to serve not as models, but rather as points of reference for all those who are seeking ways of developing education in rural areas and contributing more effectively to rural development. Chapter I, "Education and Rural Development: Setting the Framework" (David Atchoarena and Charlotte Sedel), provides a contextual and theoretical introduction to the new rural development and poverty reduction thinking, as well as a discussion on the contribution of education to rural development. In Chapter II, "Basic Education in Rural Areas: Status, Issues and Prospects" (Michael Lakin with Lavinia Gasperini), the book reviews in depth the provision of basic education in rural areas and offers some policy directions for improvement. Further exploring a particular dimension of basic education, Chapter III, "Making Learning Relevant: Principles and Evidence from Recent Experiences" (Peter Taylor, Daniel Desmond, James Grieshop and Aarti Subramaniam), devotes specific attention to strategies linking the formal school teaching with students' life environment, including agriculture, and to garden-based learning. The intention is to provide updated information and new insights on much-debated aspects which are often associated with rural areas although their application is much broader. Chapter IV, "Strategies and Institutions for Promoting Skills for Rural Development" (David Atchoarena, Ian Wallace, Kate Green, and Candido Alberto Gomes), shifts the analysis from education to work and discusses the implications of the transformation of rural labor markets for skill development. A particular concern is the rise in rural non-farm employment and the need to enlarge the policy focus from agricultural education and training to technical and vocational education for rural development. This debate is taken further in Chapter V, "Higher Education and Rural Development: A New Perspective" (Charles Maguire and David Atchoarena), which considers higher level skills and the contribution of the tertiary education sector to rural development. Special attention is given to the reform of higher agricultural institutions and lessons based on case studies are provided to document good practice in institutional reform. Finally, Chapter VI, "Main Findings and Implications for Policy and Donor Support" (David Atchoarena with Lavinia Gasperini, Michael Lakin and Charles Maguire), concentrates on the main findings of the study and discusses policy implications and possible responses for donors and countries. (Contains 28 tables, 14 figures, and 64 boxes.).

Education And Rural Development

Author : M. Balaghat Ullah
ISBN : UOM:39015013252906
Genre : Education, Rural
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This book is the final outcome of a research project begun in 1981 by the International Institute for Educational Planning under the title, "Planning and Management of Formal and Nonformal Education within Integrated Rural Development Projects." Part 1 reports the concluding 1984 Nepal seminar to pinpoint the real role of education as a force of rural development and establish relevant issues for future educational planning/research. Chapter I elaborates distinctions between four rural development approaches: production-orientation, equating rural development with alleviation of poverty, viewing rural development as the total of separate projects, and long-term transformation based on mobilization of the peasantry. Chapter II addresses problems/dimensions of integration in rural development. Chapter III reviews discussions of the role of education in rural development. Chapter IV considers components of diversified basic education. Chapter V reviews needs/directions of future research and lessons for improved educational planning/management. Part 2 presents three case studies on education for integrated development. The Ethiopian study analyzes reality behind the term "integration" in rural areas and assesses behavioral/attitudinal outcomes of different forms of education. The Indian study is a detailed assessment of two projects with a strong element of nonformal education. The Bangladesh study examines literacy levels and school education as an explanatory but also dependent variable in the context of social/economic factors relevant to rural development. (NEC)

Education For Rural Development Education For Disadvantaged Women

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ISBN : UOM:39015001191454
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Administering Education For Rural Development

Author : Unesco
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Education For Rural Development

Author : Dev Prakash Nayar Nayar
ISBN : 8175414480
Genre : Education, Rural
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The Primary Focus Of This Book Is To Identify The Various Dimensions Of The Role That Education Should Play, As An Instrument Of Socio-Economic Transformation And Reconstruction Of The Rural Communities, Commensurate With Their Predominant Share In India'S Population And Their Contribution - Socio-Economic, Political And Cultural - To The Development Of The Country. The Book Highlights The Vital Role That Education Plays In The Development Process. The Questions That The Author Discusses In This Context Are: What Should Be The Type Of Education, Which Will Meet The Engaging Challenges? How Can It Be Introduced And Operated In The Present Situation? What Has Been Our Experience In The Past? What Orientation Is Required For The Future? These And Host Of Similar Problems Are Sought To Be Discussed In The Study. The Study Has Been Divided Into Three Parts: 1. The Dynamics Of Rural Development; 2. The Educational Imperatives, Processes, Programmes And Structures; And 3. The Implementation Challenges. The First Part - Is Devoted To The Study Of Forces Operating In Rural Areas; The Extent To Which And The Manner In Which They Could Be Manipulated To Obtain The 'Preferred Future' - The Future, To Which The Entire Process Of Planning Should Be Directed. The Second Part - Educational Imperatives Forms The Main Theme Of The Study. The Main Thrust Of The Study Is To Identify The Manner In Which The Processes, Programmes And Structures Of The Educational System Should Be Modified To Meet The Diverse Needs Of Rural Development. This Part, Divided Into Three Main Chapters: School Education, Higher Education And Non-Formal Education, Analyses The Present Status Of Educational Development At Various Levels, The Deficiencies That Have Afflicted The System And How They Can Be Modified/Restructured To Make Them Important Contributory Factors To The Development Process Relating To Rural Areas. The Third Part - The Implementation Challenges Discusses The Role Of Education As An Instrument Of Socio-Economic Change; The Needed Modifications In The Existing Policies - Both Academic And Administrative - And The Challenges For Our Management Capabilities. The Management Challenges Have Been Analysed Down To The Village Level. It Is Hoped That The Study Will Be Of Interest To All Those Concerned With Education - Teachers, Administrators And Planners By Giving Them A Synoptic View Of Educational Development In The Post-Independence Period. It Will Also Be Able To Highlight The Significance Of Education As A Process Of Socio-Economic Development, And Cultural Regeneration, Particularly Of The Rural Areas, Which Have So Far Not Been Given The Priority That They Rightly Deserve. Any Further Delay In Achieving This Goal Will Be Counter-Productive.

Formal Education And Rural Development

Author : G. L. McClymont
ISBN : CORNELL:31924000503650
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Nonformal Education For Rural Development

Author : International Council for Educational Development
ISBN : OCLC:26063143
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Extension Education And Rural Development Experience In Strategies For Planned Change

Author : Bruce R. Crouch
ISBN : STANFORD:36105018822606
Genre : Agricultural extension work
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Nonformal Education For Rural Development In Latin America

Author : Marti Jane Menz
ISBN : UCAL:C2939392
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Nonformal Education For Rural Development

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ISBN : OCLC:63381635
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Education And Rural Development

Author : Philip Foster
ISBN : 9780415392945
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Education For Rural Development

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Approach Of Ict In Education For Rural Development

Author : ZENG Haijun
ISBN : 9789351501909
Genre : Education
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A comprehensive study on the importance of ICT in rural education There are many challenges faced in effective Information and Communication Technology (ICT) implementation for rural development. This book contains policy recommendations to help drive and stimulate innovation and creativity through ICT use and reduce the digital divide and social exclusion in rural areas. The cases included in this book typically represent the ICT educational applications in China and developing countries and examine how current policies can support the overall development progress. It is expected to share good practices and to focus on spreading them better among three targeted groups of people: young people in rural areas, teachers at rural primary and high schools, and “left-behind” rural women. This book is a research result of the program “The Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Education for Rural Development (iERD)” that was initiated in 2012 by the UNESCO International Research and Training Centre for Rural Education (INRULED) along with its three other partners—UNESCO Sector Policy Advice (UNESCO-PAD) and ICT in Education, International Institute for Capacity Building in Africa (IICBA), and Beijing Normal University-R&D Centre for Knowledge Engineering (BNU-KSEI).

Education And Rural Development

Author : Sanghmitra Tripathy
ISBN : 9380963793
Genre : Education and state
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Preparing Teachers For Education In Rural Development

Author : Unesco. Regional Office for Education in Asia. Asian Programme of Educational Innovation for Development. Teacher Education Study Group
ISBN : OCLC:656154400
Genre : Education, Rural
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Administering Education For Rural Development

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ISBN : OCLC:930733251
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Problems In Planning Rural Education For Agricultural And Nutrition Development

Author : William K. Medlin
ISBN : PSU:000010708323
Genre : Education, Rural
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Education For Rural Development

Author : Nicholas Bennett
ISBN : OCLC:38637550
Genre : Rural development
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