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Language: Spanish
Category(ies): Policies, Research
Topic(s) & Sub-Topic(s): Initial Preparation
  •  Minimum Standards
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Professional Development (PD)
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  •  Literacy
Country: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico
Title: Educación Intercultural Bilingüe en América Latina y el Caribe. Balances, Desafíos y Perspectivas.
Author: Elisa Loncón y Ana Carolina Hecht (compiladoras)
Summary: Esta publicación reúne veinticinco experiencias y reflexiones sobre interculturalidad y pueblos indígenas en la región, presentadas durante el Congreso Internacional de Ciencia, tecnología y Cultura, realizado en la Universidad de Santiago en noviembre de 2010. Esta publicación fue compartida gracias al apoyo de la Red Innovemos de OREALC/UNESCO Santiago. Para conocer más detalles de la Red Innovemos, por favor, visitar el sitio de la Red: http://www.redinnovemos.org/ .
Reference Website: http://www.interculturalidad.org/numero08-09/pdf/educacion_intercultural_bilingue.pdf
Publishing House: Fundación Equitas
Year of Publication: 2011
Upload date: 10/26/2015

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Full Name: Innovemos, Red
Organization Name: UNESCO/OREALC
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E-Mail: redinnovemos@unesco.org
Website: http://www.redinnovemos.org/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/unescosantiago
Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/UNESCOSantiago

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Document: educacion_intercultural_bilingue.pdf (3863 KB)
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Keywords: Teacher quality and learning outcomes, Teacher competency , Education for inclusion, Intercultural education , Composition of the teaching workforce
The Co-TEP is carried out with the financial support of the U.S. Permanent Mission to the OAS and the support of OREALC/UNESCO Santiago.