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At the core of any discussion of education (or anything for that matter) resides a fundamental question-education for what purpose? Toward what end are we educating children? In the most advanced nations in the world educationally (Japan, Singapore, China, and in the past Zimbabwe), the most important elements of science, math, and engineering achievement is the system's means of motivation, process and content of delivery, and procedural principles. Setting up African Schools Most already know we need our own schools from K-12 to Ph.D. African advanced culture (based in indigenous civilization precedence), morality, and applied science. We ask and answer the most important questions of African pedagogy and educational purpose: Education for what? How is knowledge transferred? What is the most effective/efficient means of delivering informational content to young scholars? How does one learn? What are the teaching methods of our ancestors and how can they be modernized/mastered for application in this period? Discussion Topics: Curriculum and Curricular Materials, Structuring Learning, Creating a Learning Space, Holistic Learning, etc. It is well established that when one does anything, unless one understands how to do it, its relations to other things, and the step by step procedures of completion, one will not know how to do it, or will not be able to do it well. We show the reader how to organize African Schools: Year-around, Weekend, Community, After school programs, and Summer.
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Book Description 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0989114546