Participation and Networking for
Better Agroforestry Education
A griculture and forestry educational systems traditionally applied a top-down
and didactic or teacher-centered approach to knowledge generation and transfer.
Lecturers and university leaders spent years of their own education and career in
such systems, which influence university structures, curricula and teaching
approaches. This hierarchical model is illustrated in Figure 1.
Figure 1. A Model for Knowledge Generation and Transfer
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Book title: Participatory Research and Development for Sustainable Agriculture and Natural Resource Management: A Sourcebook.
Contributors: Julian Gonsalves - Editor, Thomas Becker - Editor, Ann Braun - Editor, Dindo Campilan - Editor, Hidelisa De Chavez - Editor, Elizabeth Fajber - Editor, Monica Kapiriri - Editor, Joy Rivaca-Caminade - Editor, Ronnie Vernooy - Editor.
Publisher: International Development Research Centre.
Place of publication: Ottawa.
Publication year: 2005.
Page number: 14.
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