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    Active learning in Physics: African Experiences - by Active Learning in Optics and Photonics project working group
    In its efforts to promote creativity and innovations in the way physics is taught at university, UNESCO supports teacher upgrading and innovative approaches in developing countries. The Active Learning in Optics and Photonics project is one of the experimental physics areas relevant and adaptable to research and educational conditions in many developing countries. More

    Proclamation of 2005 as international year of physics (32 C/Res.16) - by UNESCO
    Resolution adopted on the report of Commission III at the 20th plenary meeting, on 16 October 2003. More

    Strengthening collaboration between ICTP and other UNESCO units - by Minella Alarcon
    The attached paper on present and future collaboration between ICTP and UNESCO was distributed to Permanent Delegates at a meeting held in Paris headquarters 12 September 2007 on UNESCO's institutional science partners located in Italy, namely ICTP, TWAS and the UNESCO Office Venice. More

    United Nations Resolution proclaiming 2005 International Year of Physics - by United Nations
    The United Nations' resolution invites UNESCO to organize activities celebrating 2005 as the IYP, collaborating with physics societies and groups througout the world, including the developing countries. More


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    Physicists commit to sustainable development - by UNESCO
    A World of Science Jan-Mar 06.gifJanuary - March 2006 -Hundreds of physicists from around the globe departed Durban on 2 November after putting together a plan to confront key challenges posed by sustainable development. More

    UNESCO takes Mini-laboratories and Microscience to the Middle East - by Maria Liouliou
    Teachers learn to use micro_scale material during Beirut workshop 2006.gifOctober-December 2007 -For a decade now, UNESCO has been introducing the methodology for microscience into the education systems of both developed and developing countries. One of UNESCO’s key partners in this endeavour is the RADMASTE Centre, Witwatersrand University, South Africa. Training workshops in microscience have been organized in some 84 countries and recently, UNESCO has turned its attention to the Middle East. More


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    Active learning in Physics: African Experiences

    Strengthening collaboration between ICTP and other UNESCO units


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