A Teacher's Guide to Using Primary Sources (Pages from by Christine L. Compston

By Christine L. Compston

This lecturers' consultant is designed to accompany Oxford's Pages from heritage sequence and starts off with the idea that the scholars who could be utilizing one of many volumes within the sequence have had very little event operating with fundamental resources. as well as things like what a first-rate resource is and the result of instructing with them, this teacher's advisor additionally comprises pattern classes.

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7 External Aid The mobilization of external aid, particularly through the technical and financial partners (TFP), would be facilitated by the introduction of a realistic medium-term policy that is both relevant and financially sustainable and the provision of adequate guarantees with regard to the long-term management of potential investments (adequate maintenance budgets, for example). This external support can, however, only provide additional resources and should target particular areas that will have a spill-over effect with regard to the overall improvement of the system and could encourage and support long term structural reforms.

Distance Learning Distance learning is developing very rapidly in all regions of the world, mainly because it provides unequalled flexibility for learning (making it possible, among other things, to encourage life-long learning), but also because, subject to certain conditions, it can respond to the considerable increase in student numbers at a cost that is much lower than for face-to-face learning. For distance learning to succeed, however, it must be possible to recover the considerable initial investment (particularly for training staff and Higher Education in Francophone Africa 29 tailoring educational materials), there must be sufficient student demand and computer connection costs must be low.

Higher Education in Francophone Africa 25 Other forms of student assistance. Substantial savings can be made with regard to student housing and food services, which in some cases, form a major part of the budget allocated for social services. The costs relating to the traditional types of university residence and restaurants are prohibitive, with costs ranging between 5 and 10 times higher than for the housing and food services provided in the private sector based on more realistic local standards.

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