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Educational Content

UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 4: Quality Education

Organizations relating to Educational Content

European Association for Research and Development in Higher Education / Est. 1972
International Federation of Teachers' Associations / Est. 1926
Asian Academic Accounting Association / Est. 1998
Association of Universities Entrusted to the Society of Jesus in Latin-America / Est. 1985
Multinational Project on Basic Education
Association Europa
International Easy-to-Read Network / Est. 2004
European Network for Conservation/Restoration Education / Est. 1997
European Education Centre, Reading
International Institute for Children's Literature and Reading Research / Est. 1965
Greater Mekong Subregion Academic and Research Network / Est. 2001
Organization for the Promotion of World Literacy / Est. 1972
Regional Centre for Adult Education / Est. 1952
South-Eastern Mediterranean Programme / Est. 1994
World Association of Publishers, Manufacturers and Distributors of Educational Materials / Est. 1952
Center for International Studies, Ohio University / Est. 1964
Association pour la diffusion internationale francophone de livres, ouvrages et revues / Est. 1985
Science Across Europe / Est. 1990
World Confederation of Organizations of the Teaching Profession / Est. 1952
Association of Academic Programmes in Latin America and the Caribbean
Centro de Documentación e Intercambio de Casos / Est. 1973
Association of Academic Health Centers International / Est. 2008
International Council of Kinetography Laban / Est. 1959
World Academic Society of Medical Qigong / Est. 1989
The Hague Academic Coalition / Est. 2004

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World Problems relating to Educational Content

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Functional illiteracy
Irrelevant scientific activity
Over-specialization
Unethical intellectual practices
Insufficient educational material
Reward biased research
Illiteracy as an obstacle to acquiring skills
Self-perpetuating academic sub-cultures
Fragmentation of academic disciplines
Ineffective systems of practical education
Inefficient use of educational resources
Inadequate educational facilities for gifted children
Unpublicized educational resources
Educational curricula based on content rather than method
Confusion of education with literacy
Educational curricula over emphasizing method rather than content
Inadequate study environment
Abstract educational methods
Devaluation of honorary degrees
Unvalued diplomas
Complicated spelling
Over-specialization in sciences
Jurisdictional conflict among academic disciplines
Limited access to culturally adapted pedagogical material
Misrepresentation in educational materials

Action Strategies relating to Educational Content

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Teaching science
Promoting digital literacy
Creating french speaking academic networks
Developing broad environmental education
Denying lessons of history
Developing ecological literacy
Strengthening multi-language literacy prowess
Developing environmental education material
Transmitting educational methodologies
Remembering lessons of history
Reducing illiteracy amongst children
Providing youth training
Learning basic linguistic skills
Using innovative teaching methods in environmental education
Promoting role of books
Improving practical education
Promoting literacy and reading
Providing educational media for the young on sustainable development
Promoting values in education
Improving public understanding of science
Cultivating common history appreciation
Reforming orthography
Increasing literacy
Enabling lifelong contextual re-education
Including sustainable development issues in curricula and training programmes for journalists

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