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of representatives of UNEVOC Centres in China and Australia

On 25-28 September 2007, UNESCO-UNEVOC hosts representatives from two UNEVOC Centres: Faculty of Education, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia, and Zhenjiang Technology Institute of Economy (ZJTIE), Hangzhou Zhejiang Province, China.

The visit is a follow-up to a visit of the director of UNESCO-UNEVOC, Rupert Maclean, and Dr Margarita Pavlova, Faculty of Education, Griffith University, to ZJTIE in April 2007.

While in Bonn, Professor Lineng Chen and Professor Chun Lin Huang from ZJTIE will work on a research project on “Developing Innovative Approaches to Education for Sustainable Development: TVET Curriculum Reform in China”.

This research project focuses on facilitating curriculum reform in TVET in China through the development of contextually-based, innovative approaches to teaching and learning of issues relevant for sustainable development.

The project will involve academics, policy makers and administrative staff from institutes in different regions in China that represent the diversity of TVET contexts: western and eastern provinces, developed and less developed provinces, urban and rural areas. The project will focus on researching conditions and approaches required for initiating and supporting curriculum reform in the area of educating for sustainable development.



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