Best Practices in Technical and Vocational Education
A major goal of the UNEVOC - Canada is to contribute to the improvement of the quality, effectiveness and responsiveness of technical and vocational education. UNEVOC - Canada will contribute to the best practices in technical and vocational education by demonstrating how successful educational institutions and businesses have reengineered their education and training systems to improve design, development, implementation, delivery and assessment practices to achieve world class standards.
The purpose of this zone is to document UNEVOC members individual success stories which are of potential interest to the UNEVOC network. Please submit summaries of best practices in technical and vocational education for posting to: email@example.com. Kindly indicate where and how you can be contacted. If you need any additional information regarding this zone, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.orgSource: Centre for Curriculum, Transfer and Technology
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Best Practices Summaries:
Using Best Practices for Internationalization
The following statement is an example drawn from this document. For the area of philosophy and mission statement, the goal statement reads:
A successfully internationalized program has a clearly articulated philosophy or mission statement that communicates a commitment to an internationalized curriculum. The statement is regularly referenced by administrators, faculty, and staff when making decisions regarding the program. The statement is widely disseminated.
Examples of associated best practices include: