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Venezuela es una República Federal democrática y représentât^ va localizada en la parte norte de Sur América y está constituida por 20 estados, 1 Distrito Federal, 2 Territorios Federales y 72 islas. El país fué descubierto por Cristóbal Colón en 1496 y estu vo bajo la dominación española hasta 1821 cuando Simón Bolivar y otros grandes hombres la liberaron, al igual que hicieron con otros países de la región.

Descargar: El Desarrollo de estrategias de aprendizaje para la post-alfabetización y la...

Author/Editor:
Valbuena Paz; Antonio
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1985
No. of pages:
57

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L’alphabétisation étant un droit fundamental pour tous et toutes, comment expliquer que 62 % des femmes en Afrique se voient refuser le droit à l’alphabétisme ? Comment infléchir les tendances actuelles pour éviter que près de 800 millions d’adultes parmi lesquels une forte proportion de femmes soient encore analphabètes en 2015 ?

Même s’il y a une volonté des parties prenantes de respecter les engagements internationaux sur l’égalité des sexes et l’autonomisation des femmes, il n’en demeure pas moins que les efforts restent insuffisants au regard de l’ampleur du défi. L’UIL se...

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“Este Inventario muestra e investiga cómo se están integrando los resultados del aprendizaje de la educación no formal e informal, a los marcos de cualificaciones regionales y nacionales para el aprendizaje a lo largo de toda la vida en ochenta y seis países" , dijo Arne Carlsen, director del Instituto de la UNESCO para el Aprendizaje a lo Largo de Toda la Vida.

Durante la 5ta Reunión Asia-Europa de Ministros de Educación (ASEM ME5, por sus siglas en inglés), celebrada en Riga, Letonia, los días 27 y 28 de abril de 2015, la sede de la UNESCO,...

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Madhu Singh
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This book examines how adult education is influenced by and has an influence on the society in which it takes place. It presents a clear analysis of the development challenges and sociological realities of the adult education context, which is essential if educators are to help African countries and communities achieve their developmental goals. The ten chapters in this book address the following issues as they impact on adult education: development and social change; community; rate, ethnicity and religion; social class and gender; empowerment; democracy; health and HIV/AIDS; poverty and...

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Amartya Sen defined development as the creation of capabilities or capacities. One of the crucial capacities is basic education. With no access to writing, reading and numeracy, people are unable to fight against poverty and to build their lives in the current global environment. In this perspective, the right to education cannot be conceived only in a subsidiary or ancillary way. The realisation of the right to education is an essential pre-condition for human dignity and for development. But how does one measure this reality?

This book presents a methodology for observation and...

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In November 2007, the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning brought together family literacy practitioners and researchers from all over the world to take stock of policies, practices and research in family literacy and to explore the relevance and potential of family literacy in adult education and lifelong learning. This publication contains the report from this meeting as well as overviews of all the projects presented therein.

Editor : Maren Elfert Publisher : UIL, 2008

No of pages : 56 pp.

ISBN : 978-92-820-1157-7

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Maren Elfert (ed.)
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This book is a collection of papers presented at a Policy Dialogue on Adult and Lifelong Learning in the Asian context. It discusses the policy and institutional environment of adult learning as well as issues relating to promoting a culture of quality reflected in learning outcomes and impact on people’s lives. The second edition has been corrected and features an index of subjects.

Publishers: UIE Editor: Madhu Singh Year of publication: 2002, Second edition No. of pages: 341 ISBN: 92-820-1136-4...

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This book will help to promote literacy by raising understanding and awareness of family literacy in Africa. It shows that a variety of experiences with regard to this concept exist in this region and will help to bring different stakeholders together, enter into dialogue and chart a new course of action. It will inform practitioners, policymakers and funders about a concept able not only to reach children and adults but also produce more effective and sustainable programmes.

Editors : Snoeks Desmond and Maren Elfert Publishers : UIL and dvv international, 2008...

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Presenting psychology as an applied discipline that can help adult educators to be more effective in their work, this book analyses the cultural factors that influence the characteristics, behaviour and thinking of adult learners. It emphasises the collective orientation of African cultures and the view of the self in terms of interdependent relationships within a community. The chapters provide an introduction to the psychology of adult learning and address the following: characteristics of adult learning; life span development; human motivation and participation; learning styles;...

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Recommitting to Literacy to Face African Challenges: the African Regional Conference in Support of Global Literacy, 10-12 September 2007, Bamako, Mali.

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