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Constraints on Educational Development: A Guyanese Case Study

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SKU: JEDIC-9-12-2

In Guyana it is recognised that the output of schooling at all levels starting at the primary level is inadequate to meet the challenges of the 21st century. This paper describes an attempt by the author, as Director of the National Centre for Educational Resource Development to address the problem of literacy at the primary level through curriculum development, specifically the use of Skills Reinforcement Guides.

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The CXC/USAID Secondary Curriculum Development Project

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SKU: cje-8-3-4

The CXC/USAID Secondary Curriculum Development Project was established in June 1979 by agreement between the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC), the executing agency, and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the funding agency. The Project Paper identified the main purpose of this US$2.6 million project as the improvement of the quality of curriculum and instructional approaches used in secondary schools of territories in the region. A related purpose identified is the strengthening of cxÇ in its endeavour to satisfy its mandate (2].

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UNICEF Regional Primary School Project Report on Teacher Training and Curriculum Development Activities 1978-1980

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SKU: cje-8-1-5

In August 1978, UNICEF agreed to fund this primary school project, and reaffirmed the objectives which had been agreed on in previous discussions with the University. These objectives were: 
 

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Structure, Form and Organisation for the Evaluation of Curriculum

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SKU: cje-3-1-2

Curriculum development and evaluation activities are inextricably inter­woven. Evaluation gathers and systematically orders evidence so that teachers and other curriculum workers may make decisions about the state of the learner, about organising and teaching subject matter, and about learning-outcomes.

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