New Book Chapter - Workforce Skills Curriculum Development in Context

posted Jan 2, 2022, 6:12 AM by Catherine A. Honeyman   [ updated Jan 2, 2022, 6:30 AM ]
The new book, Life Skills Education for Youth: Critical Perspectives (edited by Joan DeJaeghere and Erin Murphy-Graham) calls for critical conceptualizations of life skills, offers examples and considerations for reframing life skills conceptually and pedagogically, and draws on a review of theoretical, methodological, and empirical literature on life skills.

The book features a chapter by Ishya Consulting's Catherine Honeyman and co-authors Melanie Sany Nancy Chervin, Laura Cordisco Tsai, and Janice Ubaldo. Titled Workforce Skills Curriculum Development in Context, the chapter features case studies in Rwanda, Algeria, and the Philippines.

This book is published open access by Springer, which means that readers have free and unlimited access via the links above.

For other recent publications on Ishya Consulting's work, see Using evidence and implementation experience for advocacy and policy influence: The Rwanda Emergent Literacy and Maths Initiative (ELMI) Case.” 2019. Early years: An international research journal.
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