Critically compare the challenges and opportunities; implementing and practising education in two countries.
PLEASE PRIMARILY SOURCE FROM PROVIDED FILES, (You can source from other places as well just mainly the ones given, thank you.)
Refugee education in Kenya and Greece.
Begin by identifying the educational context you would like to explore further and the two countries from Block 2 to focus on. To address the question, you will need to consider what is meant by learner-centred education. You should then consider the opportunities and challenges faced in implementing and practising learner-centred education in each country context and critically compare the approaches taken in each context.
In your written discussion, you will synthesise the module materials you’ve chosen from across Block 2 and any relevant outside sources you have selected. With only 2100 words, you cannot cover everything, even if you take a broad approach to the question. Be selective in the points you make and go into depth with these.
To structure your essay, include a clear introduction to the topic that presents a main argument and gives a brief plan for the essay. For each body paragraph, begin with a main point. Provide supporting material to ‘prove’ your points. Use specific examples and explanation to provide depth to your discussion. Additionally, use comparison/contrast language (e.g. similarly, in contrast, however, on the other hand, etc.) to link the ideas in your work or give alternative perspectives. Include a conclusion to your essay.
Maintain an objective and professional tone. Avoiding using the first person (e.g. I, my, we, us, our, etc.): instead present ideas in clear statements. Provide evidence-based ideas rather than expressing personal feelings and opinions. Because you are likely to have a very strong opinion on learner-centred education, you may need to ensure you avoid forming value judgments regarding contexts in which this style of learning has yet to take hold. Maintain a relevant discussion with regard to the topic instead.