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Education in Tanzania in the era of globalisation : challenges and opportunities

Author: Joe Lugalla; J Marriote Ngwaru
Publisher: Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania : Mkuki na Nyota Publishers Ltd, [2019]
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Education in Tanzania in the Era of Globalisation Challenges and Opportunities is a product of papers presented at a National Education Conference held in Dodoma, Tanzania in November 2016 and organised by the Aga Khan University-Institute for Educational Development, East Africa (AKU-IED-EA). At present, Tanzania's development direction is guided by Vision 2025, which aims to achieve a high quality livelihood for  Read more...
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Education in Tanzania in the era of globalisation.
Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania : Mkuki na Nyota Publishers Ltd, [2019]
(OCoLC)1107310478
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Joe Lugalla; J Marriote Ngwaru
ISBN: 9987083854 9789987083855
OCLC Number: 1099692814
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Cover; Title page; Copyright page; Contents; List of Abbreviations; Acknowledgements; Preamble; About the Authors; INTRODUCTION --
Stakeholder Views for Government Consideration and Action; Background to the Book; The Thrust of the Arguments Presented; A Selection of Key Messages from the Book; Conclusion; References; CHAPTER 1 --
Strengthening Education Systems in East Africa: The Need for Actors, Structures and Processes Pulling Together; Abstract; Introduction and Acknowledgements; Literature Review; Findings from the Systems Strengthening Study; Fieldwork Brief Conclusions and RecommendationsReferences; CHAPTER 2 --
Fursa kwa Watoto 'Opportunities for Children' Programme Tanzania; Abstract; Research Context; Rationale; Research Methods; Ethical Considerations; Evidence Prior to Impact Evaluation; Dissemination of Results; References; CHAPTER 3 --
Inclusion and Equity in Education for People with Special Educational Needs in Tanzania: A Critical Dimension to Economic Development; Abstract; Introduction; Conceptual Issues; Equity; Equality; Economic Development; Summary and Conclusions; Recommendations; References CHAPTER 4 --
Industrialisation and Economic Development in Tanzania: Exploring the Role of Evidence-Based Public Policy Making in Education PolicyAbstract; Introduction; Discussion and Recommendations; Conclusion; References; CHAPTER 5 --
New Education Policy, New Curriculum and New Government (5th phase): Opportunities and Challenges in Early Childhood Education in Tanzania; Abstract; Introduction; Conclusion; References; CHAPTER 6 --
Making the Link: Integrating Design Thinking, Making and STEMx in Education; Overview; Introduction; Why We Need Our Students to Be Design Thinkers; Summary CHAPTER 9 --
Assessment of Educational Opportunities and Quality for Pupils with Autism Spectrum Disorder in Selected Primary Schools in TanzaniaAbstract; Introduction; Purpose and Objectives; Methodology; Results and Discussion; Conclusion; Recommendations; References; CHAPTER 10 --
Modelling Initiatives and Challenges in ICT Development in Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools: Mbeya City; Abstract; Statement of the Problem; Objectives of the Study; Research Questions; Literature Review; Discussion; Government Initiatives on ICT in Secondary Schools; Conclusion; Recommendations
Responsibility: edited by Joe L. P. Lugalla & J. Marriote Ngwaru.

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Education in Tanzania in the Era of Globalisation Challenges and Opportunities is a product of papers presented at a National Education Conference held in Dodoma, Tanzania in November 2016 and organised by the Aga Khan University-Institute for Educational Development, East Africa (AKU-IED-EA). At present, Tanzania's development direction is guided by Vision 2025, which aims to achieve a high quality livelihood for its people be attainment of Vision 2025 will depend largely on rapid socio-economic development based on several social and economic pillars including, most importantly, education. Clearly, for Tanzania, the scope and quality of education remains the single most important prerequisite to the attainment of Vision 2025 and the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The individual chapters in this publication, and their collective thrust, discuss the challenges in the education system in good faith and in the spirit of cooperation and collaboration guided by the belief that it is not the responsibility of the Government alone to see how these can be addressed. AKU IED EA has identd this as the responsibility of all well-meaning corporate bodies and citizens, and initiated thst conference of its type as its contribution to thore conference, as well as the publication, has to be seen as a model of good practice for universities in terms of sharing knowledge, experience, and practice with other stakeholders who are not in the academy, and more so, with politicians as well as government policy planners. The various authors of Education in Tanzania in the Era of Globalisation Challenges and Opportunities discuss issues within the context of the Tanzanian political economy against the effects of globalization and seek to initiate a new kind of debate that is long overdue; a debate aimed at charting out appropriate strategies whose objective is to improve the quality of education in Tanzania so that it becomes a useful vehicle in enhancing processes of social change, transformation and development.

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