Co-operative Learning in a Universal Primary Education System: Focus on Aroi Primary School in Arua District, Uganda
This paper discusses cooperative learning within a universal primary education system with reference to the experiences of Aroi primary school in Arua district, Uganda.
||Learning, Cooperative Learning, Education, Universal Primary Education, Primary School, Pupil Participation, Teacher Monopoly of Learning
International Journal of Learning, Volume 13, Issue 8, pp.171-178.
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Mr. Willy Ngaka is currently a Doctoral student in the School of Community Development and Adult Learning at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, Howard College Campus, Durban, South Africa. Back in Uganda, Mr. Ngaka is a lecturer in the Department of Community Education and Extra-Mural Studies (CEEMS), Institute of Adult and Continuing Education (IACE), Makerere University, Kampala. He taught and Coordinated Project Management Programme in the Department of CEEMS from 1999 – 2002. He is the Course coordinator for Project Management Course for the MSc. (Natural Resources Management for Sustainable Agriculture), a collaborative Masters Programme between the Agricultural University of Norway and Makerere University Faculty of Forestry and Nature Conservation since 2002 – to date. His interests are: Project management, Natural Resources Management, Development and Adult Literacy and Community Education. He is a member of Uganda Literacy and Adult Learners' Association (ULALA)and also serves as the technical advisor for Uganda Rural Literacy and Community Development Association.
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