School and Teaching Practices for Twenty-first Century Challenges:Lessons from the Asia-Pacific Region - Regional Synthesis Report

School and Teaching Practices for Twenty-first Century Challenges:Lessons from the Asia-Pacific Region - Regional Synthesis Report

School and Teaching Practices for Twenty-first Century Challenges:Lessons from the Asia-Pacific Region - Regional Synthesis Report

[ERI-Net Asia-Pacific Regional Policy Series - 2014 Regional Study on Transversal Competencies in Education Policy and Practice (Phase II)]

UNESCO Bangkok’s new publication, “School and Teaching Practices for Twenty-first Century Challenges: Lessons from the Asia-Pacific Region”, examines how different countries and economies in the Asia-Pacific region incorporate transversal competencies into teaching practices at the school level. The regional research was conducted as part of the research activities of the Asia-Pacific Education Research Institutes Network (ERI-Net) in 2014-2015 with participation of ten countries and economies – Australia, Shanghai (China), India, the Republic of Korea, Japan, Malaysia, Mongolia, the Philippines, Thailand, and Viet Nam. Ten case studies were synthesized to prepare the report. 

 

 

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School and Teaching Practices for Twenty-first Century Challenges:Lessons from the Asia-Pacific Region - Regional Synthesis Report
[ERI-Net Asia-Pacific Regional Policy Series - 2014 Regional Study on Transversal Competencies in Education Policy and Practice (Phase II)]

Bangkok: UNESCO Bangkok, 2016, 107p.

ISBN: 978-92-9223-540-6 (Electronic version)

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