This guide targets science teachers and those concerned with science curricula in schools. Rather than dealing with traditional teaching in the classroom, the guide explores issues related to health at home and in the community, proposes activity sheets, and puts the emphasis on the role of children within the family and the community, and with other children. Published jointly with UNESCO.
(143 p. A4. $6)
Book-1: Training & Evaluation Resources. Contents: the central idea and its applications; the “six steps”; approaches to learning and teaching; how to use the CTC readers; how to run a workshop.
(156 p. 21x28 cm. $5).
Book-2: Activity Sheets. Contents: how to use the activity sheets; 38 activity sheets in 8 different sections on various health and other issues. 1997.
(20021x28 cm. $6).
This manual is of three volumes and consists of five sections:
- Concepts and principles of CTC
- Working with children through CTC
- Planning, evaluation, documentation and fundraising
- Training of field workers and trainers on the CTC approach
(406 p. 21x28 cm. $30).
Indicator in Monitoring and Evaluation Approach in Child-to Child
Books, films, newsletters and other resources on childhood programs, child rights, early childhood, child-to-child and special needs. This bibliography is an important scientific source for research and for the production of material addressed to educators, teachers, parents, fathers, mothers, animators, facilitators, childhood specialists, and even children and youth. It includes 372 entries.
(131 p.; 5$)