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Pacific Curriculum Network vol.6, no.1, 1997

Title: The continuing education community nutrition certificate part of the dream for sustainable development

Author: Sio, Brenda
Subject:  Nutrition|Study and teaching|Oceania
Volume: Pacific Curriculum Network vol.6, no.1, 1997
Collation: 2;

Abstract: This article by Brenda Sio is about the loss or devaluing aspects of traditional life. Sio relates efforts to improve nutritional practices through a continuing education certificate. The article is also a timely reminder that flexibility is a key for delivery of education in such vital areas as food and health.

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Title: Developing a school vision statement

Author: Rogovakalali, Remesio
Subject:  Education|Aims and objectives|Fiji
 Mission statements|Fiji
Volume: Pacific Curriculum Network vol.6, no.1, 1997
Collation: 5;

Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to outline in eight steps a strategy for developing a school or organisational vision statement.

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Title: APPREB reading survey in Tonga

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Subject:  Children|Books and reading|Oceania
 Reading|Research|Tonga
 Books and reading|Oceania
Volume: Pacific Curriculum Network vol.6, no.1, 1997
Collation: 11;

Abstract: This is a reprinted article, a report on a reading survey conducted in Tonga under the auspices of APPREB. The article raises the many crucial issues involved in efforts to improve the reading 'habit'. APPREB is the Asia-Pacific Programme of Book Production and Reading Promotion, a UNESCO project managed by the Asia-Pacific Cultural Centre for Unesco(ACCU) in Japan.

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Title: Culture and context are important

Author: Dumas, Paul
Subject:  Mathematics|Study and teaching
Volume: Pacific Curriculum Network vol.6, no.1, 1997
Collation: 18;

Abstract: Reprinted from Voyages in Mathematics and Science, a publication of the Pacific Mathematics and Science Regional Consortium, PREL.

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