Participating in curriculum development: some experiences from 5 years of SFSP [Social Forestry Support Programme]

Publication year: 
2001

This paper outlines the concept and experiences of Participatory Curriculum Development. It offers an introduction to the subject using case examples from the Social Forestry Support Programme (SFSP) in Vietnam and explains what is meant by participatory curriculum development. It addresses the following points:
À Bringing about change in forestry education through curriculum development
À The PCD process in SFSP
À Encouraging a collaborative approach
À Improving the delivery of the curriculum through teaching and learning methods
À Developing learning materials
À Monitoring and evaluation for PCD
À Lessons learned from using PCD

Source publication information
Journal Title: 
Social forestry
Volume: 
No. 3 (Jun 2001)
Pages: 
20-25
Publisher
Dr P. Taylor, SFSP, Helvetas Vietnam, GPO Box 81, Hanoi, Vietnam