Distance Education for Teacher Training

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Index

a
apprenticeship 263, 280
Asian Development Bank 10
assessment of students:
Britain 297-8;
Kenya 323-4;
Pakistan 240-1;
Tanzania 30-1
attitudes:
Indonesia 104, 118, 121-3, 127-8;
Kenya 337-8;
Nepal 145, 167-8;
Pakistan 252-3;
Sri Lanka 104, 111, 116, 127-8
audiocassettes:
Britain 288;
Indonesia 126;
Kenya 325;
Nigeria, COSIT 352;
Tanzania 28
Australia 14, 261-86, 381-404passim

b
Bangladesh 10
BBC 288
BEDEP 317-48
Beeby 6
Botswana 4-5, 7, 9, 399-400
Brazil 13, 69-94, 381-404passim
BRIDGES 95, 99, 102, 125
Britain 14, 287-315
British Council 138
BTT 143-95
broadcasting see radio, television
business administration 350, 354, 376

c
Catholic schools 263, 273
CETEB 74, 87-90
choice of institution 271-2
churches 263
classroom practice 6, 8, 394-6, 397-9;
Brazil 88;
Britain 303-6;
Nepal 145, 167-8;
Nigeria, NTI 206, 210, 221;
Pakistan 247;
Sri Lanka 107-8, 127;
Tanzania 28-9, 31-3;
Zimbabwe 49, 55-7
colleges of:
advanced education, Australia 261;
education, Sri Lanka 97
community education 62-3
completion rates see dropout rates
comprehension 165
conditions for success 84-91, 182-4, 399-401
Cooperative Education Centre, Tanzania 22
correspondence courses 7-8;
Kenya 326-7;
Nigeria, COSIT 351, NTI 198-200;
Tanzania 27-8;
Zimbabwe 60-1 COSIT 349-77, 381-404passim
cost analysis 382-5
cost-effectiveness 381-90;
Brazil 82-4;
Britain 311-12;
Indonesia 116, 119-24;
Kenya 338-9;
Nepal 176-82;
Nigeria, COSIT 373-6;
Pakistan 254-5;
Sri Lanka 106-11, 114, 116, 128-9;
Tanzania 34-40
costs 10-12, 381-90;
Brazil 75-8, 82-4;
Britain 308-12;
conventional teacher training 38, 388;
Indonesia 103, 119-120;
Kenya 328-36, 339, 341-8;
Nepal 168-81, 190-5;
Nigeria, COSIT 354-76, NTI 222-5;
Pakistan 253-5;
private 103, 115, 171, 255, 312, 335, 381;
Sri Lanka 103, 108-11;
Tanzania 34-40
Côte d’Ivoire 8
course content 394-6;
Brazil 71;
Britain 294-6, 297;
insignificance of 272;
Kenya 327;
Nepal 145;
Nigeria, COSIT 350, NTI 206-10;
Pakistan 238-40;
Tanzania 26-7
course:
development 202, 214-5, 237-40;
teams 288, 297;
work 298
curriculum:
Brazil 71;
Britain 295-6;
Indonesia 100;
Kenya 322-3;
Nepal 138;
Nigeria, NTI 206-10;
Pakistan 228, 232-3, 240;
Sri Lanka 97

d
Dawkins 261-2, 267-8

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • 1 - The Context 1
  • Pre-Service Initial Training of Teachers 19
  • 2 - Tanzania's Distance-Teaching Programme 21
  • References 41
  • 3 - The Zimbabwe Integrated Teacher Education Course 42
  • References 65
  • In-Service Initial Training of Teachers 67
  • 4 - Logos II in Brazil 69
  • 5 - Teacher Upgrading in Sri Lanka and Indonesia 95
  • References 132
  • 6 - Radio Education in Nepal 136
  • References 187
  • 7 - The National Teachers' Institute, Nigeria 196
  • 8 - The Primary Teachers' Orientation Course, Allama Iqbal Open University 228
  • Continuing Education 259
  • 9 - Educating Teachers at a Distance in Australia: Some Trends 261
  • 10 - Teacher Education at the Open University 287
  • 11 - The External Degree Programme at the University of Nairobi 316
  • References 341
  • 12 - The Correspondence and Open Studies Institute, University of Lagos 349
  • Notes 377
  • Quality, Effectiveness and Costs 379
  • 13 - The Costs 381
  • 14 - The Effects 391
  • Bibliography 405
  • Index 408
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