언론이 본 APCEIU2016.01.06 10:17
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APCEIU 자료실2015.12.24 09:33

 

          

World Heritage in Uzbekistan: Crossroad of Cultures, the 4th series of World Heritage Education has been released with an aim to promote global citizenship through understanding World Heritage.

Taking advantage of its characteristics as an online interactive content, this year’s material allows the users self-directed learning by their own learning pace. Through various engaging stories on the culture and history of Uzbekistan as well as its World Heritage sites, the users can explore this material as if they are on a journey to Uzbekistan. While following the movement of the main character, in particular, the users can delve into each chapter consists of three core conceptual dimensions of Global Citizenship Education--cognitive, socio-emotional, and behavioural. 

Through this material, learners will be able to cultivate competencies of global citizenship by not only acquiring the knowledge and information on World Heritage, but also respecting universal values and sympathizing with the importance of World Heritage preservation.

To view this material, please visit the link below:
http://www.unescoapceiu.org/whe/uzbekistan/

 

 

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EIU in the world2014.10.09 14:28

 UNESCO Office in Tashkent hosted the ‘National Conference on Adult Education in Uzbekistan: Reforms and Perspectives’ at [the National Library of Uzbekistan named after Alisher Navoi] Tashkent 24~25 September.  The conference is a joint discussion by representatives of all the key organizations in adult education including governmental officers, policy makers and education experts.

 Objectives of this event are
1. Promoting the sharing of experiences, lessons on policies and practices for adult education provision;
2. Taking stock of emerging issues and innovative solutions to improve adult education provision in Uzbekistan, in light of international good practices, post-2015 global education priorities, research and country studies.
3. Formulating recommendations on further enhancing adult education and life-long learning opportunities that would equip adults with skills and competencies necessary for the 21st century.

 During the conference, participants discussed the topics: ‘The quality and professionalization of staff in adult education’, ‘Availability of Adult Education’, ‘Social Partnership’, ‘The main characteristics and development trends of adult education in the context of globalization’ and ‘Adult Education in Uzbekistan - Prospects for Development’. They agreed that the partnership between government agencies, civil society and the private sector is an essential resource for attracting extensive political support for adult education. After submitting and approving of the final recommendations about adult education, the conference completed its work.


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- Photo
http://www.facebook.com/NationalLibraryOfUzbekistan?fref=ts:『the National Library of Uzbekistan named after Alisher Navoi facebook

- Content
http://www.unesco.org/new/en/tashkent/home/: UNESCO Office in Tashkent homepage
https://www.facebook.com/NationalLibraryOfUzbekistan?fref=ts

 

 

 

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APCEIU 안과밖2014.02.13 13:52

APCEIU’s EIU Best Practices is known as a series of monographs on conducted EIU practices by educational practitioners in Asia and the Pacific. The series cover a wide range of EIU topics such as peace education, education for sustainable development, human rights education and education for gender equality.

 
In line with the urgent need of quality education and innovative educational practices for the teachers in the Asia and the Pacific, EIU Best Practices has served as a platform for the educators in the region to widely share their educational practices in the field of EIU since 2006.
 
In order to continue encouraging the participation of practitioners in the field, five new cases are published in series number 31 to 35. The award winning cases cover diverse fields such as how to educate students to stop bullying in the school setting and know more about its impact and results, education for sustainable development led by the students, teacher trainings to reinforce teacher EIU competences, and school activities which inspire the students to be more open minded and deepen their understanding of diversity and respect for each other despite existing differences among people.
 
The monographs are available online at www.unescoapceiu.org and the hard copies of the cases have been disseminated to National Commissions for UNESCO, UNESCO Head Offices, UNESCO Regional Offices and other educational institutions throughout the Asia-Pacific region.
 
The details of all series are as follows:
- Series No. 31 : A Step Towards Change: Incorporating EIU in Classrooms and Beyond (Bhutan)
- Series No. 32 : Teacher Training and Whole School Approach for Improving Teacher EIU Competences (China)
- Series No. 33 : Shaping an Action-Oriented Learning Community for Sustainable Development (India)
- Series No. 34 : 2Bs Program: ‘I’m a Buddy, not a Bully’ (Malaysia)
- Series No. 35 : Nurturing Global Citizens Through Experiential Learning (Uzbekistan)
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