Child Friendly Schools Standards and Indicators for Teacher Education (Final Draft): A Synthesis and Self-Evaluation Tool
A publication with intention to standardise the child-friendly schools status.
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Guidelines & Template for the Development and Adaptation of Materials for the UNICEF-Commonwealth of Learning Child Friendly Schools Project Commonwealth of Learning (Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 2010-04)The child-friendly schools project seeks to develop the capacity of teacher educators, Teacher Resource Centre (TRC) managers, and other education personnel on CFS. This involves the implementation of several activities, ...
William & Flora Hewlett Foundation/COL Open Education Resources for Open Schools: Final Evaluation: Main Report Bialobrzeska, Maryla; Hellmann, Liora; Moore, Andrew (South African Institute for Distance Education, 2011)The project has been developed for a range of stakeholders including the funder, the COL project team, the country consultants and the teachers.Specifically, for the funder, the report provides an analysis of the project’s ...
William & Flora Hewlett Foundation/COL Open Education Resources for Open Schools: Input Indicator Evaluation Report South African Institute for Distance Education (SAIDE) (Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 2009)This report is the first of two indicator Report on the Commonwealth of Learning (CoL) Open Educational Resources (OERs) project implemented in six countries: Namibia, Botswana, India, Lesotho, Trinidad & Tobago and ...
An Evaluation of the COL-UNICEF Child Friendly School Projects in Swaziland, Lesotho, Botswana and South Africa Junaid, M I (Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 2011)The main purpose of the evaluation was to provide COL with evidence-based information about the effectiveness of the CFS strategies employed by partner countries in developing expertise relating to CFS concepts and principles. ...
Cameron, Lesley (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2015-07)For ODL to be successful and credible, and for learners to gain maximum benefit from it, it must be recognised as delivering consistently high-standard teaching and learning. That requires quality assurance (QA) and ...