Teacher Education through Open and Distance Learning

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Index

a
Academy for Educational
Development, United States;
LearnLink 180 , 183 , 184 , 185
accreditation 139
action research 68
ActionAid, United Kingdom 38
Aderinoye, R. 75 , 86
Adult Basic Education and Training (ABET) project, South Africa 119 -21, 124 -5
adult educators;
training 112 -25
Africa 7 , 9 , 30 , 38 , 43 , 64 , 72 , 130 , 131 -2, 135 , 144 , 146 , 196 ;
see also individual countries and institutions, Central Africa, Southern Africa and West Africa
Albania;
see individual institutions and organizations
Allama Iqbal Open University, Pakistan 32 , 118 -19, 224
American Federation of Teachers 17
Anadolu University, Turkey 34
Arizona Learning System, United States 222
Asia 104 , 114 ;
see also individual countries and institutions and South Asia
Asian Association of Open Universities 44
Asian Development Bank 1 , 62
Aslam, M. 23
assessment;
design 79 ;
of practical skills and teaching competence 83 -5;
school-based 136 -7
Association francophone internationale des directeurs d'établissements scolaires (AFIDES) 133 -4, 137 , 142 , 144 , 145
AusAid 1
Australia 32 , 37 , 76 -7, 130 , 144 , 155 , 157 , 172 ;
see also individual institutions and organizations

b
Bangladesh 29 , 60 , 62 ;
see also individual institutions and organizations
Bangladesh Open University 32 , 37
Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee (BRAC) programme 6 , 123 , 125
BASIC computer language 171
BBC, United Kingdom 102 ;
BBC World Service 97
Belgium 13
Belize 32 , 101 , 137 , 138
Belize Teachers' Training College 35 , 37 , 138 , 145
Benin 135
Bennett, N. 10
Bhutan 97 , 98
Bombay Television Centre, India 35
Botswana 9 , 132
Bown, L. 119 -21
Brazil 16 , 29 , 42 , 100 , 102 , 104 , 180 ;
see also individual institutions and organizations

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