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International Bureau of Education

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Works: 2,494 works in 5,118 publications in 6 languages and 31,283 library holdings
Genres: Periodicals  Bibliography  Dictionaries  Directories  Handbooks and manuals  Conference papers and proceedings  History  Terminology  Abstracts 
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Prospects by Unesco( file )
in English and held by 1,133 libraries worldwide
The Unesco : IBE education thesaurus : a faceted list of terms for indexing and retrieving documents and data in the field of education, with French aquivalents by International Bureau of Education( Book )
46 editions published between 1973 and 2007 in English and French and held by 611 libraries worldwide
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Glossary of educational technology terms by Unesco( Book )
38 editions published between 1984 and 1992 in 3 languages and held by 603 libraries worldwide
International yearbook of education ( serial )
in English and held by 499 libraries worldwide
Solving educational problems : the theory and reality of innovation in developing countries by Ronald G Havelock( Book )
13 editions published between 1977 and 1978 in English and French and held by 417 libraries worldwide
This book contains a study of the process of educational change in developing countries. It is being disseminated in the hope that it may stimulate interest in the process of change, so that a more experimental and evaluative approach may emerge in the search for a better system of education. By looking at several different sources of information about educational innovations and by inserting them in a conceptual framework, the authors try to explain how educational change occurs in different settings, why it occurs in the ways it does, and some of the implications for managing change in developing countries. The emphasis in the book is on presenting and analyzing data collected and on some preliminary ways of drawing practical lessons from them. The data presented come from five sources: (1) case study literature published within the past five years; (2) a stratified sample of detailed project evaluation reports; (3) a questionnaire administered to 81 technical advisors and national directors of teacher education projects in the principal regions of the world; (4) 27 interviews conducted with a sample of the survey population and with a number of experienced administrators, experts, and national officials; and (5) recent theoretical literature of educational change. Findings show that, in spite of large scale investments and high expectations, few innovations make a major dent at the national level in the educational or training problem which they were designed to solve. (Author/RM)
Educational documentation and information : Bulletin of the International Bureau of Education by International Bureau of Education( serial )
in English and held by 389 libraries worldwide
The changing role of the teacher : international perspectives by Norman M Goble( Book )
12 editions published in 1977 in English and held by 369 libraries worldwide
The nature of social change and its implications for the teacher role, and universal goals for teacher training, are the subjects of this study compiled from conference reports of the 35th International Conference on Education. The first section of this book, "The Teacher in a Changing World," contains five chapters on the following topics: (1) school and society; (2) stresses of change; (3) the function of teaching; (4) interaction: school and community; and (5) constraints of reality. The topics in the second section, "Learning to Teach: Priorities for Action," are: (1) the personal education of the teacher; (2) initial training; (3) continuing teacher education; and (4) teacher education: the essential interface between theory and practice. Appended are brief discussions on characteristics of less-developed regions, approaches to teacher education, teacher education in developing countries, and recommendations on the changing role of the teacher and its influence on professional training. (Jd)
Directory of educational research institutions by International Bureau of Education( Book )
31 editions published between 1980 and 1986 in 4 languages and held by 331 libraries worldwide
World problems in education : a brief analytical survey by Jean Thomas( Book )
8 editions published in 1975 in English and Italian and held by 320 libraries worldwide
This publication is one in a series published by Unesco which offers to the general public and to persons concerned with education an integrated picture of a major problem or a more general study of major trends in education over a given period. This particular book contains an analytical survey of world problems in education during the 1970'S. In gathering information for the work, the author examined topics proposed at international meetings dealing with problems of education, looked at national reports submitted by states participating in these conferences, and surveyed the proceedings of small meetings convened in various regions of the world by international agencies. The publication's contents include the following: (1) education on the move; (2) secondary education, training, and employment; (3) problems and new prospects in higher education; (4) a stage in adult education; (5) the Report of the International Commission on the Development of Education; (6) priority to innovation; and (7) a crisis in international cooperation. Also included is a bibliography containing the principal sources of documentation used during the writing of the study, as well as a few publications, books, and articles of interest on the topic. (Author/RM)
International guide to education systems by Brian Holmes( Book )
6 editions published in 1979 in English and held by 304 libraries worldwide
This book presents brief educational profiles of 85 countries based on reports presented at the International Conference of Education in 1977. Educational systems in Africa, the Arab states, Asia and Oceania, Europe, and the Americas are outlined according to general aims, administration, finance, structure and organization, curricula, and teacher education. The appendix contains statistical data on education in each country. The data include total population, school age population, percentage of enrollment at all levels, and the number of teachers at all levels. These data are further broken down according to percentage of females in each category. Other statistics include public expenditure on education and its percentage of the gross national product, percentage of enrollment by level, entrance ages at first and second levels, and male-female enrollment ratios at first, second, and third levels. (Kc)
Problems of sociology in education by Roger Girod( Book )
9 editions published in 1990 in English and held by 299 libraries worldwide
This book examines some of the main problems arising in the sociology of education, and seeks to shed light on the methods that are frequently employed to study them. An attempt is made to distinguish the formal level of education from the real level of education. On the basis of the formal level of education researchers can divide populations into categories according to the highest level attained in the education system. The real level of education, on the other hand, is the level of knowledge that individuals actually possess but that has no formal expression. The formal level and real level often bear little or no relation to one another. The problem of inequality of opportunity is explored in terms of access to education. Research methods used to explain inequality of opportunity consist of techniques for distinguishing the effects of the factors that account for the differences. For example, these techniques are used to estimate what proportion of the inequality of real levels of education can be attributed to an individual's social background and what proportion attributed to one's formal level of education. An analysis utilizing these same techniques is undertaken in an attempt to explain the distribution of occupations. A substantial bibliography is included. (Db)
Music and education : a composer writes about musical education by Dmitry Borisovich Kabalevsky( Book )
9 editions published in 1988 in English and held by 295 libraries worldwide
Prepared for the International Bureau of Education
Educational innovation and information ( file )
in English and German and held by 293 libraries worldwide
Education today for the world of tomorrow : a study prepared for the International Bureau of Education by Charles Hummel( Book )
7 editions published in 1977 in English and French and held by 284 libraries worldwide
The study investigated the educational practices, trends, problems, and achievements in the world today. Intended predominately for use by educational policy makers in both developed and developing nations, the booklet is also relevant for members of the public concerned with the future of education. The booklet is presented in five chapters. Chapter I describes philosophies which promoted recent educational reforms and presents case studies of innovative practices in New Zealand, Russia, Nigeria, and Algeria. Chapter ii focuses on lifelong education in theory and practice. Topics discussed include background, objectives, and practices of continuing education in various nations, the role of mass media, and the campaign against illiteracy. Chapter iii examines the global democratization of education, with particular consideration of participation by students in all phases of the educational system and of increasing access to higher education. Chapter iv investigates the relationship between education and society. Information is presented on economic development, disparities between industrialized and developing nations, work study programs, cultural transmission, and education in rural areas. The final chapter predicts trends in education, including increasing regional and international cooperation, individual participation, decentralization, and cultural development activities. (Author/DB)
Education and bilingualism by Miguel Siguán( Book )
8 editions published between 1986 and 1987 in English and held by 278 libraries worldwide
Directory of educational documentation and information services by International Bureau of Education( Book )
55 editions published between 1975 and 1988 in 4 languages and held by 273 libraries worldwide
This basic directory prepared by the International Bureau of Education offers a reference tool to all engaged in educational documentation and information services and is published to improve the international network for the exchange of ideas and experiences. Entries are included for the national service of 75 member States, arranged in English alphabetical order by country. Each includes name and address of the service and information on staff, activities, services, fields, collections, classification, audiovisual materials, reprographic services, periodical publications, monographs, and studies and surveys in preparation when available. Five regional and five international services are also listed. Entries are in either English or French. New editions of this directory are planned at two-year intervals. (Author/KP)
Initiatives in education; a world profile for 1971-1972 by International Bureau of Education( Book )
6 editions published in 1972 in English and held by 267 libraries worldwide
The Thirty-Third International Conference on Education, convened by the Director-General of Unesco, met at the International Bureau of Education in Geneva in September, 1971, to examine major trends in education and the social background of students and their chance of success at school. It was attended by 243 delegates from 90 Unesco Member States. The Conference discussed issues, including pre-primary education, the middle years of formal schools, the education of the late adolescent, and ways of improving the competence of educators. The four themes provide the subject matter for this document. The ideas included here were expressed by delegates from the various countries. Within the context of each chapter, two or more school ventures are described in some detail. Statistics relating to educational development were provided for Appendix 1 by Unesco's Office of Statistics. Appendix 2 is a report of the debate on major trends in education at the 33rd Session. (Jmb)
Bulletin of the International Bureau of Education ( serial )
in English and held by 262 libraries worldwide
Educational trends in 1970 by International Bureau of Education( Book )
10 editions published in 1970 in English and held by 256 libraries worldwide
This survey, prepared by the International Bureau of Education, is based upon reports of national educational trends made by 75 countries in 1969. a brief discussion of enrollment, literacy, teacher utilization, and public expenditure on education from 1960/61 to 1967/68 for primary, secondary, tertiary, and adult levels is supplemented by graphs and appended tables for the world and for seven regions. Generalizations about policies and problems of education, and the changes in educational organization, content, method, availability, and research are illustrated by examples from a number of different countries. These earlier chapters explain and illustrate the final chapter, containing the report of the 32nd session of the International Conference on Education (1970) which discussed trends in education from the viewpoint of Education Ministers and officials from 87 countries. The report identifies points of agreement and some divergent opinions on the following topics: education--change or evolution; directions and strategies of change; the structure, content, and technology of education; the teachers' role; and educational research. (Al)
Essentials of educational psychology by Ladislav Ďurič( Book )
8 editions published in 1989 in English and held by 255 libraries worldwide
Children mature into adults through their own activities and the influence of their social environment. One such social influence, education, is purposeful, planned, and institutionalized. Educational psychology investigates the psychological foundations of this process, particularly in the development of humankind. The publication focuses on such topics as: (1) general problems of psychology in education and upbringing; (2) special issues of educational psychology; (3) psychological issues of teaching and learning; (4) psychological aspects of developing creative thinking among pupils and students; (5) performance and fatigue among pupils and teachers; and (6) the place of psychology in the Czechoslovak education system." A 41-item bibliography is appended. (Nl)
 
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Alternative Names
B.I.E.
B.I.E. (Bureau international d'éducation)
BIE
BIE (Bureau international d'éducation)
Bureau Internacional de Educação
Bureau international d’éducation
Bureau international de l'éducation
Bureau international d'éducation
Bureau international d'education (Geneve)
CIE
Gabinete Internacional de Educação.
Geneva Bureau international d'ed́ucation
Geneva International Bureau of Education
Geneva (Switzerland). International Bureau of Education
I.B.E.
I.B.E. (International Bureau of Education)
IBE
IBE (Geneva)
IBE (International Bureau of Education)
Instituto internacional de educación
Internacia oficejo de edukado
Internacional Bureau of Education.
International bureau of education
International Bureau of Education, Geneva
International Bureau of Education (Genève, Suisse)
International Education Bureau
Internationales Erziehungsamt
Internationales Erziehungsbüro
Junesko Meždunarodnoe bjuro prosveščenija
MBP
Mejdounarodnoe biouro po voprosam obrazovania
Meždunarodnoe bjuro prosveščenija
Meždunarodnoe bûro prosveŝeniâ.
Mezhdunarodnoe bi︠u︡ro po voprosam obrazovanii︠a︡
Oficina internacional de educación
Oficina internacional de educacion (Ginebra)
Oficina International de Educación.
Oficina International de Educacion (Genève, Suisse)
OIE
OIE (Oficina Internacional de Educación)
Repartição Internacional de Educação.
Unesco BIE
Unesco Bureau international d'éducation
UNESCO. Département de l'éducation
Unesco IBE
Unesco International bureau of education
UNESCO. International Bureau of Education Educational Sciences.
Unesco Internationales Erziehungsbüro
Unesco Meždunarodnoe Bjuro Prosveščenija
Unesco Oficina internacional de educación
UNESCO. Oficina International de Educación.
Unesco OIE
UNESCO (Organisation) Bureau international d'éducation
UNESCO (Organisation) International Bureau of Education
UNESCO (Organisation) Internationales Erziehungsamt
UNESCO (Organisation) Oficina Internacional de Educación
Ûnesko. Meždunarodnoe bûro prosveŝeniâ.
Международное бюро по вопросам образования
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