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This text introduces the concept of the connected curriculum in the context of university teaching.

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This collection describes various innovations in technology use in education in developing nations.

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This resource describes the Afghan education system.

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This magazine outlines the importance of arts education.

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These lessons are designed to improve the basic reading and writing skills of High Intermediate Adult Basic Education (ABE) students at the sixth- to eighth-grade literacy level, while exposing those students to key early childhood education issues that are simultaneously relevant to their lives and the field.

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Progress of every profession, academic discipline and society at large rides on the back of research and development. Research generates new information and knowledge. It is a standardized process of identifying problem, collecting data or evidence, tabulating data and its analysis, drawing inference and establishing new facts in the form of information. Information has its life cycle: conception, generation, communication, evaluation and validation, use, impact and lastly a fuel for new ideas.
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The K–12 Computer Science Framework comes at a time when our nation’s education systems are adapting to a 21st century vision of students who are not just computer users but also computationally literate creators who are proficient in the concepts and practices of computer science. States, districts, and organizations can use the framework to inform the development of standards and curriculum, build capacity for teaching computer science, and implement computer science pathways.