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New Technologies of Training for Technical and Vocational Education. International Expert Group Meeting. (Manila, Philippines, July 3-7, 1995). Final Report [microform]
Bib ID 5597773
Format BookBook, MicroformMicroform, OnlineOnline
Author
International Labour Office, Turin (Italy). International Training Centre
 
Online Versions
Description [Washington, D.C.] : Distributed by ERIC Clearinghouse, 1995 
439 p. 
Summary

This report describes a meeting of 31 experts who deliberated on the various aspects of new technologies of training (NTT) and their applications in education and training with reference to Asia-Pacific contexts. Chapter 1 describes the rationale, objectives, inaugural session, meeting agenda, and closing session. Chapter 2 summarizes the country presentations. Chapter 3 highlights global trends. Chapter 4 focuses on industries' perspective on NTT. Chapter 5 presents the two working groups' project proposals for a recommendation on how technical and vocational education and training in Asia-Pacific countries could be strengthened with the support of NTT. Guidelines for the introduction and implementation of NTT are also provided. Appendixes include the following: schedule;"Welcome Remarks" (C. K. Basu); "Opening Remarks" (M. A. Qureshi); "Message" (Richard Szal); "Inaugural Address" (William G. Padolina); "Closing Remarks" (M. A. Qureshi); "Closing Remarks" (Franco Campagna); and "Valedictory Address" (Erlinda Pefianco). The following presentations are also appended: "VOCTECH's [Regional Centre for Vocational and Technical Education] Policy on Vocational and Technical Education Development in SEAMEO [Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation] Member Countries" (Bernardo F. Adiviso); "The Directions of New Technology of Training in the UP (University of the Philippines) Open University" (Celia T. Adriano); "The Thai Educational System and the Ministry of Education (MOE)" (Sa-nguan Boonpiyathud); "NTT for Technical and Vocational Education: Trends and Needs" (Priscilla Cabanatan); "Expert Meeting on New Technologies in Technical and Vocational Education" (Franco Campagnal); "The Selection and Use of New Technologies for Technical and Vocational Training in Developing Countries" (L. F. Pau); "Issues in Assessing the Comparative Advantages of NTT in Terms of Cost-Effective Training and Vocational Education" (Betty Collis); "Telecommunication Supporting Distance Learning" (Anna Stahmer); "Trends in Training Technologies" (Albert Herremans); "NTT: Definitions and Current Experiences" (Paolo Cellini); "Training Technology and Telematics Round Tables (T3-RT)" and "CD-I [Compact Disk-Interactive] as Educational Tool for Developing Countries" (Willem Bulthuis); "NTT in Temasek Polytechnic" (Lim Kin Chew); "Advanced Systems in Education for Vocational and Technical Training,""World Leader in Educational Technology," and "Advanced Technological Systems in Education for a Market-Oriented Vocational and Technical Training" (Alessandro Gava); "Education Reform in Papua New Guinea" (Stewart Hall); "NTT for Technical and Vocational Education in Japan" (Akemi Kawafuchi); "Use of New Technologies for Technical and Vocational Education in Korea" (Byong-Sun Kwak); "Education: Catching Up on Technology" (Jose D. Lacson); "Trends in Computer Assisted Learning" (M. Radhakrishna); "New Training Technology for Technical Vocational Education" (Brian Stanford); "Status of Technical Vocational Education and Use of NTT in Pakistan" (S. Irshad Hussain Tirmazi); "Excellence in Technology Training through Partnership" (Chris Wong); and"Vocational Education and Training for the 21st Century: 'Strengthening the Knowledge and Information Base of VOCTECH'" and "Needs of International Cooperation for Developing T/LRs [Teaching/Learning Resources] Using Computer" (Jiro Yoshio). A "Directory of Experts" and "Profile of Sponsors" concludes the Appendices. (YLB)

Notes

ERIC Note: Product of UNEVOC, the International Project on Technical and Vocational Education.

May also be available online. Address as at 14/8/18: https://eric.ed.gov/

Reproduction Microfiche. [Washington D.C.]: ERIC Clearinghouse microfiches : positive. 
Subjects Access to Education.  |  Computer Assisted Instruction.  |  Developed Nations.  |  Developing Nations.  |  Distance Education.  |  Educational Quality.  |  Educational Technology.  |  Foreign Countries.  |  International Cooperation.  |  International Educational Exchange.  |  Material Development.  |  Open Universities.  |  Technical Education.  |  Technological Advancement.  |  Vocational Education.  |  Asia Pacific Region  |  Australia Hong Kong India Japan Korea Pakistan Papua New Guinea Philippines Singapore Thailand
Form/genre Collected Works, Proceedings.
Other authors/contributors International Labour Office, Turin (Italy). International Training Centre  |  United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization, Paris (France)  |  Colombo Plan Staff Coll. for Technician Education, Manila (Philippines)
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