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Globalization and living together: the challenges for educational content in Asia.
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Final report of the sub-regional course on curriculum development, New Delhi, India, 9-17 March 1999.
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Paris
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Foreword by Jacques Hallak, Director of the IBE

Introduction

PART I: The impact of globalization on curriculum development
- Education and globalization: learning to live together, by Jacques Hallak and Muriel Poisson
- Round-table: The relevance of new trends in the teaching of science, social science and the humanities to the challenge of globalization and the principle of learning to live together
- Summary of the round-table working-group discussions.

PART II: Some challenges for the adaptation of content raised by the principle of learning to live together
- Adaptation of content to address the principle of learning to live together: the challenge for teacher training, by R.H. Dave and J.S. Rajput
- The potentials and challenges of information and communication technologies (ICTs) for education: the training of teachers, by Jean-Marie Sani
- The potentials and challenges of information and communication technologies for education: globalization of education, adaptation of curricula, new teaching materials and the networking of schools, by M.M. Pant
- Learning to live together: the need for vocationalizing the curriculum, by Arun K. Mishra

PART III: Interdisciplinarity, school-based management and non-school science education: a few topics for reflection by curriculum developers
- Adaptation of contents to address the principle of learning to live together: the case for interdisciplinarity, by Ellen-Marie Skaflestad
- Victoria′s schools of the future, by Kenneth Ross
- Non-school science education: a case study from France, by Jean-Marie Sani

PART IV: Current trends in the adaptation of educational content in South and South-East Asia
- Who should be doing what in adapting the curriculum? The roles of various protagonists with particular focus on policy-makers, curriculum developers and teachers, by Udo Bude
- An overview of country reports on curriculum development in South and South-East Asia, by Isabel Byron

PART V: Country papers on curriculum development from selected States in South and South-East Asia
- Bangladesh: Curriculum planning, development and reform for primary and secondary education,
by Muhammad Abul Hossain and Shawkat Jahan
- Bhutan: Curriculum development for primary and secondary education, by Deki C. Gyamtso and Namgyel Dukpa
- India: Education policies and curriculum at the upper primary and secondary education levels, by National Council of Educational Research and Training
- Indonesia: Goals and objectives of education
- Malaysia: Curriculum planning, development and reform, by Zamrus Bin A. Rahman and Mokelas Bin Ahmad
- Maldives: Education policies, curriculum design and implementation at the level of upper primary and general secondary education, by Abdul Muhsin Mohamed and Maryam Azra Ahmed
- Myanmar: National aspects of curriculum decision-making, by U Myint Aye and Daw Tin Kyi
- Nepal: Education policies, curriculum design and implementation at the general secondary level
- Pakistan: Curriculum design and development
- Philippines: Curriculum development, by Bella O. Mariñas and Maria Pelagia Ditapat
- Sri Lanka: Curriculum design and implementation for upper primary and general secondary education, by A. Karunasinghe and K.W. Ganasundara
- Thailand: Curriculum planning, development and reform, by Kiat Ampra and Chadjane Thaithae
- Viet Nam: Curriculum planning, development and reform, by Nguyen Thi Minh Phuong and Cao Thi Thang

ANNEX I. List of contributors
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25.01.2016