Utrecht sa- n.v. varghese

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Utrecht sa- n.v. varghese

  1. 1. N.V.VargheseIIEP (UNESCO), Paris
  2. 2. Indigenization of developmentKnowledge economy and reliance onknowledge in productionKnowledge production Vs knowledgebased production - R&DNeed for an expanded higher education– to produce or absorb knowledge
  3. 3. Indigenization of educationaldevelopmentDevelopment of national curriculumTeacher education development Development of language local andnational languagesInput-out put linkages between higherand lower levels of education
  4. 4. Expenditure on education as investmentIncreased investment in basic educationInvesting in primary education forpoverty reductionPrioritizing investment within primaryeducation – teachers and teachinglearnign materialsFrom investment in schooling facilities toinvesting in facilities in the schools
  5. 5. Research on teaching practices Research on effective classroooms Research on differentiated instructionThe research findings helped shape teacher education and training programmes
  6. 6. School Vs homebackground andlearner achievement School effects on learner achievement -children from poor economicbackground performed better in certainschoolsCharacteristics of successful schoolsPublic versus private schools
  7. 7. Training of primary school teachersTraining of adult education instructorsTraining through distance education Open universities and their involvementin Teacher training
  8. 8. Training of educational plannersParticipation in the planning processParticipation in decision makingcommittees
  9. 9. Research community is familair with EFAUniversity staff are engaged inresearch on EFA themesThe priority areas of research are –teacher devlopment, gender, quality,curriculum etc.
  10. 10. Lack of resourcesPoor recognition for EFA researchLack of awarenes of EFA among theresearchersLack of dialogue between researchersand EFA programme managers
  11. 11. Funding and awareness regardingfundingDialogue and partnesrship with EFAprogramme managersDissemination of EFA researchRaising awareness on EFA researchthemes
  12. 12. HE contributes to EFA more than what iscommonly believedThere is no institutionalized structure todialogue between researchers andpolicy makersResearch remains isolated instancesrather than an integral part of EFAContract research and external fundingCapacity development for EFA research

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