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close this bookEducational Innovation and Information - Number 098 (IBE; 1999; 8 pages)
View the documentJAN AMOS COMENIUS
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View the documentEleventh World Congress to be held in the Republic of Korea in July 2001



The monograph describes how an indigenous system of examinations at the secondary and post-secondary school levels was set up in Malta. Details are provided of this end-of-cycle assessment system, and its impact on teaching and learning.

Cognitive Acceleration through Science Education (CASE) aims to improve children’s thinking processes by accelerating progress towards higher-order thinking skills. It is now widely applied to pupils aged 11 to 14 years in the United Kingdom.

Systems of Knowledge intends to give depth and breadth to ‘A’-level studies at the same time as making students more adaptable, flexible and broadly educated. It implies the transferability of intellectual skills, and the ability to analyse and argue logically.


Copies of these brochures are available free of charge from:
Publications Unit, IBE, P.O. Box199, 1211 Geneva 20, Switzerland.
They can also be downloaded from the IBE’s Web Site at:


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