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Title Re-thinking aid relationships in Pacific education / edited by Kabini Sanga ... [and others]
Published Wellington, N.Z. : He Pārekereke, Institute for Research and Development in Māori and Pacific Education, Victoria University ; Suva : Institute of Education, University of the South Pacific, 2005


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 W'PONDS  379.12995 San/Rar  DUE 12-10-19
Description 448 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Contents Introduction. 1. A strategy for rethinking aid relationships -- Actors in aid relationships. 2. Aid to Pacific education: an overview; 3. Catching the boomerang in mid-flight: experiences of Unigor Consultancy Limited; 4. Educational partnerships between Australia and Papua New Guinea; 5. Self-evaluating a donor-funded Pacific initiative: value, lessons and challenges -- Power relationships. 6. The Fiji-Australia Teacher Education Project at the Fiji College of Advanced Education: who really benefited?; 7. Education for nation building; 8. Training impact: maximising aid projects; 9. Strengthening vocationalism in Solomon Islands; 10. Rethinking vernacular education in Papua new Guinea; 11. The education for all agenda in Vanuatu: exploring process and issue -- Issues of centrality. 12. Volunteers in Pacific education: the VSA; 13. Re-thinking educational aid: experiences from Solomon Islands
Rules of conduct. 14. Project management: why culture matters; 15. Reflections on teaching and learning in Fiji; 16. Collaboration in educational change: changing approaches to transition to school on Niue; 17. Turning untrained graduate teachers into reflective practitioners: a Tongan experience; 18. Outcomes-based approaches to aid evaluation: some concerns; 19. Adjusting teacher preparation programmes to meet professional work in schools -- Structure of relationships. 20. Donor harmonisation for improved aid effectiveness; 21. Re-thinking aid relationships; 22. Turangawaewae: a place where one can stand - the context for developments in Maori education; 23. Donor agencies: catalysts for gender studies -- Metaphors. 24. Aid as a mentoring relationship; 25. Basic education: where did it come from and where is it goin? -- Conclusion. 26. Working in tandem
Summary Perspectives on educational projects funded by aid to the Pacific Islands
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Educational assistance -- Oceania.
Author Sanga, Kabini.
He Parekereke (Organization)
University of the South Pacific. Institute of Education.
ISBN 0475122275 paperback
Other Titles Rethinking aid relationships in Pacific education