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International Journal of Educational Development

Volume 19, Number 3

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Number of articles: 3

  1. The impact of coaching in South African primary science InSET

    Stephen Harvey

    This article presents evidence from an evaluation conducted by the Primary Science Programme (PSP) in South Africa, concerning the impact of classroom-based coaching on the teaching methods used by... More

    pp. 191-205

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  2. The need for a multidisciplinary framework for analysing educational reform in developing countries

    A.R Riddell

    It is suggested here that there are three lenses that must be applied to the analysis of educational reform: the educational, the economic, and the political, to obtain a more complete picture of... More

    pp. 207-217

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  3. Improving the quality of adult literacy programmes in developing countries: the `real literacies' approach

    Alan Rogers

    This paper looks at some of the characteristics of traditional adult literacy programmes in developing countries. Drawing on case studies in Asia and Africa, it outlines an experimental approach... More

    pp. 219-234

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