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    ICESCO participates in international workshop on multilingual education in Abidjan

    20 July 2023

    The Education Sector of the Islamic World Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ICESCO) participated in the International Workshop on Challenges and Measures for Effective Multilingual Education organized in Abidjan by the UNESCO International Bureau of Education in partnership with the Ministry of Education and Literacy of the Republic of Côte d’Ivoire.

    ICESCO Education Sector was represented in the workshop today, Thursday (20 July 2023), by Mr. Aziz El-Hajir, Program Director at the Sector. In his intervention, Mr. El-Hajir reviewed ICESCO’s efforts and vision in supporting the development of multilingual curricula from the perspective of integrating information and communication technology into these curricula. He also explored the partnership project between ICESCO and the UNESCO International Bureau of Education regarding the implementation of the master’s curricula project for teacher training institutions on the sidelines of the symposium.

    The workshop, which was organized as part of international workshops designed to build capacities and exchange experiences in curriculum transformation, aims to share best practices related to multilingual curricula to improve the quality of teaching and learning outcomes, seize opportunities and address challenges facing the integration of multilingualism into the curricula to prepare a guide for developing an orientation framework for curriculum transformation.

    The workshop saw the participation of national and international experts and curriculum officials in Burundi, Cameroon, Congo, Guinea, Haiti, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo and Chad, as well as the participation and several leading civil society organizations in the field of multilingual curricula.

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