Eastern Europe, Middle East and North Africa, Central Asia, Asia-Pacific
EPIC 2023 Call for Abstracts
Synthesis Note of KIX EAP Learning Cycle 3 on Integration of 21st Century Skills in Curriculum
As education systems are realizing the importance of 21st century skills (21CS) in preparing students to participate and engage with the modern world, there has been a push to introduce these skills explicitly into national curricula. This KIX EAP Learning Cycle, “Integration of 21st Century Skills in Curriculum,” was designed to guide participants in developing a context-specific strategic plan to further integrate 21CS into their education systems at large and the national curriculum of their respective countries.
Integration of 21st Century Skills in the Tajikistan Curriculum
This report was a course assignment for the KIX EAP Learning Cycle titled ‘Integration of 21 Century Skills in the Curriculum. The report outlines the vision and mission statements, needs analysis, in-focus skills definitions and audit, and a strategic plan developed by the team as they plan for the integration of 21st century skills (21 CS) in the curriculum of Tajikistan. The report ends with the authors’ reflections on the lessons learnt during the course.
KIX EAP Podcast: Starting an educational organisation, with Moni Siv
KIX EAP Podcast #19: Becoming a National Voice in Vietnam for Students with Disabilities, with Kim Anh Nguyen
Deepening education impact: Emerging lessons from 14 teams scaling innovations in low- and middle-income countries
How do government decisionmakers adopt education innovations for scale?
KIX EAP Webinar 15: Learning assessments and education reform in the EAP region
KIX EAP Podcast #18: What’s it like to start a new educational organisation, with Moni Siv, founder and CEO of Teach For Cambodia
This episode of the KIX EAP Podcast, hosted by Ryan Allen, Assistant Professor, Soka University of America (USA), features Monirath (Moni) Siv, the founder and CEO of Teach For Cambodia (TFC). In the Podcast, Mr. Siv talks about his motivation to start a new educational organization in Cambodia, along with some of the challenges and barriers he had to face.