Text chiefly in English; the main chapter is translated into French.
|Other titles||Institut de pédagogie appliquée à vocation rurale, Buea, Cameroon)|
|Contributions||Institute of Rurally Oriented Pedagogy (Buea, Cameroon)|
|LC Classifications||LC5148.C22 B845 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||56 p. :|
|Number of Pages||56|
|LC Control Number||96100820|
Abstract This study adopts an interdisciplinary approach to provide an account of why Buea is still backward in terms of socio-economic by: 1. Pedagogic Appliqú e a Vocation Rura le - IPAR” (Institute of Applied Research in Primary education) in , to rese arch and prepare educational materials adapted t o the ne eds of. This could be justified by the fact in , a rurally oriented primary teacher training institute, abbreviated in French as “ENIR” was created. This was later referred to as rurally oriented applied education on curriculum development center; opened in . Department of Curriculum Studies and Teaching, Faculty of Education, University of Buea, 63 Buea ABSTRACT: Education in Cameroon has come under serious criticisms for failing to deliver in accordance with its promises as stipulated in the education law. With the improving situation.
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