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					    «Competencies for living and working
             in the 21st century:
A capacity development toolkit for curriculum
      innovations in African Countries»
   International Workshop – Nairobi (Kenya), 22-26 June 2009



                    Agenda Overview




                                                               1
Organizers and Contributors
   Ministry of Education, Kenya

   UNESCO IBE

   Spanish Government: Ministry of Education and
    Sports

   GTZ/BMZ

   SDC (Switzerland)

   UNESCO HQ/ED/BAS, Bamako and Windhoek

   Other UNESCO field offices

                                                    2
Resource persons
 Country representatives
 Elmehdi Ag Muphtah
 Jean Bernard
 Philippe de Castro
 Lynn van der Elst
 Carmel Gallagher
 Dakmara Georgescu
 Klaus Jahn
 Florence Migeon

                            3

    Seminar objectivesof the Toolkit
    Refine and finalize the new version

   Contribute to the detailed outlining of different sections of
    the Toolkit

   Share and select good practices for integration into the
    Toolkit

   Draft preliminary guidelines for field testing, review and
    integration of the feedback collected

   Define the concept of field-testing the Toolkit in a number
    of selected countries

   Identify pilot countries
                                                                    4
Expected outcomes

   An agreed finalized version of the Toolkit
    structure and outline

   More advanced versions of different
    parts/sections of the Toolkit developed
    based on the active contribution of all
    participants

   Follow up processes prepared



                                                 5
 Interactive methodology
Workingplenary presentations
   Hands-on group work
   Resource materials
   Regular summaries and feedback
   Simultaneous translation
   Access to working stations and Internet
   School visit

Leisure time

   City tour
   Cocktail
                                              6
Agenda overview
   Day 1
    ◦ Intrduction of toolkit structure and an example
      of one more elaborated chapter
    ◦ Group work to finalize the toolkit structure and
      outline

   Day 2 and 3
    ◦ Focus on Toolkit – Part A: «Content and
      methodology» – Section 1: “Fostering Learning to
      Live Together - basic principles, concepts and
      approaches” and Section 2: “Developing thematic
      approaches”

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Agenda overview
   Day 3
    ◦ School visit (afternoon)

   Day 4
    ◦ Focus on Toolkit – Part A, Sections 3 and 4
      (Group work)
    ◦ Focus on Toolkit – Part B: “Curriculum
      processes”, Sections 5, 6 and 7 (Plenary
      discussion)

                                                    8
Agenda overview
   Day 5
    ◦ Detailed revised outline of the Toolkit:
      summary and conclusions
    ◦ Planning the pilot testing of the Toolkit;
      identification/selection of the pilot countries
    ◦ Follow-up: July – December 2009
    ◦ Closing
    ◦ Workshop evaluation



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