Multigrade teaching in Sub-Saharan Africa

lessons from Uganda, Senegal, and the Gambia
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Africa Region Human Development Department, World Bank , Washington, D.C
Combination of grades -- Africa, Sub-Saharan -- Case studies, Education -- Africa, Sub-Saharan -- Case st
StatementAidan G. Mulkeen, Cathal Higgins.
GenreCase studies
SeriesWorld Bank working paper -- no. 173, Africa human development series, World Bank working paper -- no. 173., Africa Region human development series
ContributionsHiggins, Cathal., Education For All Fast Track Initiative., World Bank. Africa Regional Office. Human Development Dept.
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LC ClassificationsLB1029.C53 M856 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 42 p. :
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Open LibraryOL24060538M
ISBN 100821380656, 0821380761
ISBN 139780821380659, 9780821380765
LC Control Number2009023098

Read "Multigrade Teaching In Sub-Saharan Africa: Lessons From Uganda, Senegal, And The Gambia" by Mulkeen Aidan; Higgins Cathal available from Rakuten Kobo. In Africa, with the expansion of coverage of primary education in recent decades, many of the remaining out-of-school ch Brand: World Bank.

One of the answers is the use Multigrade teaching in Sub-Saharan Africa book multigrade teaching, where one teacher works with students of two or more paper examines the practice of multigrade teaching in three African countries, Uganda, Senegal, and The Gambia.

Multigrade Teaching in Sub-Saharan Africa: Lessons from Uganda, Senegal, and The Gambia.

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Published: August Description: This book, based on original research, explores the challenges and opportunities in multigrade teaching in Colombia, England, Ghana, Malawi, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Peru, Turks and Caicos Islands, and Vietnam.

It raises awareness among policymakers and practitioners in education of the realities of multigrade classes. AFRICA HUMAN DEVELOPMENT SERIES Multigrade Teaching in Sub-Saharan Africa Lessons from Uganda, Senegal, and The Gambia Aidan G.

Mulkeen Cathal Higgins Public Disclosure Authorized Public Disclosure Authorized Public Disclosure Authorized Public Disclosure Authorized. Education Marginalization in Sub Saharan Africa Book Summary: The book uses marginality as a critical discourse to outline ways colonial and postcolonial education policies in sub-Saharan Africa created and perpetuated it and deprived some groups from realizing the democratic equality role of education.

It provides new ideas for integrating policies to address the. Multigrade Teaching in Sub-Saharan Africa: Lessons from Uganda, Senegal, and The Gambia In Africa, with the expansion of coverage of primary education in recent decades, many of the remaining out. “Multigrade Teaching: A Viable Option for Sub-Saharan Africa?” Paper presented at Development’s Futures Conference,NUI, Galway, November 24– Katz, L.

Multigrade Teaching in Sub-Saharan Africa: Lessons from Uganda, Senegal, and The Gambia. World Bank Working Paper ; no. Africa Human Development Series.

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[Aidan Mulkeen; Cathal Higgins; Education For All Fast Track Initiative.; World Bank. Africa Regional Office. Human Development Department.]. Downloadable. Multigrade teaching is an increasingly important policy option for African countries as they seek to provide schooling for out-of-school children in areas of low population density.

In multigrade teaching, a teacher works with students from two or more grade levels at the same time, in a single classroom. This study examines the challenges of implementing and. Multigrade teaching in Multigrade teaching in Sub-Saharan Africa book Africa: lessons from Uganda, Senegal, and The Gambia (English) Abstract.

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Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), remains challenging (Global Monitoring Report, ). To break this cycle there is a need for alternative delivery methods of education services and, here, the development of multigrade teaching strategies will improve access, particularly in more remote regions.

In multigrade, one teacher assumes. Get this from a library. Multigrade teaching in Sub-Saharan Africa: lessons from Uganda, Senegal, and the Gambia. [Aidan Mulkeen; Cathal Higgins;] -- In Africa, with the expansion of coverage of primary education in recent decades, many of the remaining out-of-school children are in hard to reach areas, with low population density and poor.

Multigrade teaching poses a challenge to learning. Millions of learners worldwide are taught by teachers who, at any one time, are responsible for two or more school grades/years. Learning and Teaching Around the World book.

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The lack of adequate planning and government support for multigrade in Sub-Saharan Africa should not be used to characterise multigrade pedagogy as a poor cousin to monograde.

Teaching a multigrade class is not just a matter of managing such a class. Multigrade education is a specialised pedagogy Author: Charles Kivunja, Margaret Sims. be difficult for teachers to manage, may result in the adoption of less effective methods of teaching, and often limit the amount of individual attention and guidance students receive.

In sub-Saharan Africa, the average class size in public primary schools ranges from 26 pupils in Cape Verde to 67 in Chad (see Figure 1).File Size: KB.

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coordinator of the Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA) working group on the teaching profession, told more than a hundred teachers and education department representatives at the Southern African Multi-Grade Education Conference in Paarl, in South.

Sub-Saharan Africa had the highest regional mortality rate for children under age 5 in ( per 1, births), and several countries in the region (e.g. Botswana, South Africa, Swaziland, Zimbabwe) have seen the rate increase recently due to the HIV/AIDS pandemic.

While most of these deaths could have been prevented through improved basic File Size: KB. Multigrade Teaching in Sub-Saharan Africa v.

; World Bank Working Papers. Häftad. This book addresses a problem crucial to the implementation of education for all. In sparsely populated or remote areas classes where a single teacher is responsible for several grades can make a big contribution and countries in Europe and North.

CIE faculty and members comprise a large network of researchers and educationalists who work in many regions of the world.

They include policy-makers, professionals and researchers from the northern and southern hemispheres, working on issues of education and development. This chapter explores the financial and resource aspects of multigrade approaches to school and curriculum organisation in the context of low enrolment Author: Keith Lewin.

The Geography II set continues taking your student through the studies of the world by focusing on the Sub-Saharan Africa, Asia, and the Americas. Education in Sub-Saharan Africa: a comparative analysis (English) Abstract.

As in most countries worldwide, Sub-Saharan African countries are striving to build their human capital so they can compete for jobs and investments in an increasingly globalized world.

CREATE is developing its research collaboratively with partners in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia. Policy on Small Schools and Multigrade Teaching and Learning in India the class reading a lesson from the text book while the children attempt to repeatFile Size: KB. “Funding Higher Education in Sub-Saharan Africa features 14 chapters of which 12 are devoted to country case studies focusing on financing policies and practices in the public higher education (HE) domain.

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Enrollment in primary education has grown rapidly in Sub-Saharan Africa. Yet teacher policy in the region has often evolved without clear planning; in the absence of an overall strategy, countries have experienced serious problem with teacher supply and deployment, as well as with the quality of : Aidan Mulkeen.

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Related Work Zell, Hans M. Publishing and book development in Sub-Saharan Africa. ISBN (pbk.) (pbk.). In a trawl through the entire sweep of sub-Saharan history, the authors have written an accessible introduction for students and general readers. The opening chapter on geography and climate frames the discussion, demonstrating how the environment has shaped the societies and cultures of those living in the region.

Thereafter they describe the rise of 5/5(1). The physical and human geography of Sub-Saharan Africa are explored with a systematic, thematic approach in this multi-faceted reference.

Designed to expose readers to a variety of contemporary ideas, theories, and concepts in African geography—and their applicability in “real world” situations—each chapter is written by an expert in the by: Teaching policies and learning outcomes in Sub-Saharan Africa Finally, and with frequent reports that teacher motivation and morale are low across Sub-Saharan Africa leading to high levels of attrition, the policy discourse needs to extend beyond the narrowFile Size: 2MB.Multigrade teaching in Sub-Saharan Africa: lessons from Uganda, Senegal, and The Gambia (English) Multigrade teaching is an increasingly important policy option for African countries as they seek to provide schooling for out-of-school children in areas of low population density.