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International Journal of Educational Development

Volume 21, Number 4

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Number of articles: 8

  1. Developing a networked VRML learning system for health science education in Taiwan

    Chien Chou, Chin-Chung Tsai & Hsiu-Fei Tsai

    This study discusses applying virtual reality (VR) and Virtual Reality Modeling Language (VRML) to promote health science education in Taiwan. It first describes the needs of health science... More

    pp. 293-303

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  2. Society and citizenship education in transition: the case of Macau

    K.C. Tse

    From the end of World War II to the late-1980s, Macau was a Portuguese colony under Chinese patronage, together with an insulated bureaucracy and a passive political culture. Meanwhile, Macau was... More

    pp. 305-314

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  3. Botswana secondary students' perceptions of the education/employment nexus

    Barend Vlaardingerbroek

    This paper arises from a study of final-year Botswanan junior and senior secondary school students' perceptions of the education/employment nexus through the generation of peer reference groups and... More

    pp. 315-329

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  4. Gramsci and popular education in Latin America: from revolution to democratic transition

    Raymond A. Morrow & Carlos Alberto Torres

    pp. 331-343

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  5. The growing international commercial market for educational goods and services

    Stephen P Heyneman

    Most discussions and policy lessons about the commercial role in education have derived from the provision of private education programs in elementary, secondary and higher, and education and... More

    pp. 345-359

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  6. Identifying and addressing the causes of declining participation rates in Kenyan primary schools

    Jim Ackers, James Migoli & Juliana Nzomo

    Poverty has emerged as the focus of concern for international agencies and the Kenyan Government. However this paper argues that defining and targeting poverty are complex issues calling for... More

    pp. 361-374

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  7. Primary school supervision in Pakistan: practice, purpose and potential

    Harriet Grieve Marland

    p. 375

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  8. Student mobility on the map: Tertiary education interchange in the Commonwealth on the threshold of the 21st Century, report of a joint working group of the Council for Education in the Commonwealth and UKCOSA: Published by UKCOSA Council for International Education, 9–17 St Albans Place, London N1 0NX, July 2000, 86 pages, ISBN 1 870679 33 4, £20

    Gari Donn

    pp. 377-378

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