Application of ICT by Basic level Teachers and Learners to the Development of Core Skills for Lifelong Learning: A Transnational Study in Ghana and Mali

A call has therefore been made for a new focus on Lifelong Learning skills in the light of major challenges such as poverty, inequality and mass unemployment. With this in mind, this study sought to unearth the basic lifelong learning skills associated with sustainable development at basic education.It also picked on one of the vital cross cutting issues of ‘the roles of ICTs in improving access to quality and relevant education. Three schools (two in Ghana and one in Mali) were used as cases for study on the topic and in-depth data generated using triangulation approach. The analysis have shown that curriculum developers were conscious of the need for lifelong learning skills development when designing the national curricula and that provisions had been made in the curricula for their development.

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Promoting critical knowledge, skills and qualifications for sustainable development in Africa:How to design and implement an effective response through education and training systems?
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