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COURSE INFORMATION Course Information Course: EDU701 Education and Human Development Semester: Sep 2013 Year: 2013 Phone: 03-55227401 Core Person /Instructor: Associate Prof. Dr. Ros Aizan Yahaya Email: dr.rosyahaya@gmail.com Office Hours By Appointment Texts Fagerlind, Ingemar and Saha, Lawrence, J. (1986). Education and National Development: A Comparative Perspective, New York: Pergamon Press. Ohmahe, Kenichi (1991), Beyond National Borders, Tokyo: Bantam Books. Olson, David, R. (Ed) Torrance, N. (Ed) (1999). Handbook of Education and Human Development: New Models of Learning, Teaching and Schooling: New York: Pearson Pub. UNESCO (2005): Education for Human Development. Brasilia: Ayrton Semne Institute. UNESCO (2011):…show more content…
7. Talent development. 8. Childhood education and poverty reduction. 9. Leadership and motivation. 10. Globalization and cross-cultural issues such as sexuality and health education, gender issues, inclusive education and other relevant/current issues in education. Teaching Methodology The course is conducted through lectures, seminars, PBL/case studies, group discussion. Learning Activities and Measurable Outcomes The course will be organized into four main learning units Learning Unit Assessment Expected Outcome 1. Students prepare and conduct a 20-minute seminar. During the presentation, students will demonstrate a critical awareness of the content, critical and creative analysis of relevant issues, and display their conceptual understanding of the topic presented. A score of 15.1 – 20.0% will show evidence of work quality reflective of 80% and above in the grading matrix. A score of 10.1 – 15.0% will show evidence of work quality reflective of between 70-79% in the grading matrix. A score of 8.1 – 10.0% will show evidence of work quality reflective of between 65 – 69% in the grading matrix. A score of 0 – 8.0% will show evidence of work quality reflective of between 0 – 64% in the grading matrix. 2. Students will be able to work in a group to conduct and present case study/PBL related to the course. Students will display their ability to use information and knowledge
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