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Climate change to be part of school cirriculum

 

Jun 16, 2012 12:00:00 AM

Climate change to be part of school cirriculum The Fiji government will incorporate climate change issues in primary, secondary and tertiary school curriculum to create greater awareness and participation.

The process will make it easier for the younger generation to adapt to this global phenomenon.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation permanent secretary Saipora Mataikabara said the government values education and the positive attributes it has to nation building.

 However with changing weather patterns and new challenges facing the world, government has endorsed a thorough review of Fiji’s primary, secondary and tertiary school curriculum to incorporate climate change issues into the classrooms.

 This was revealed after Fiji signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the German Society for International Cooperation (GIZ), which will fund the incorporation of a climate change syllabus into the curriculum.

Mataikabara says the education ministry has endorsed the work plan to support the implementation of the Education and Training as Fiji together with the pacific is in the forefront of climate change and global warming.

 This will include the review and update of the current primary and secondary curricula and tertiary and vocational education courses to ensure the inclusion of local, accurate and current climate change information, and to encourage student research around the issue of climate change.

Also, the ministry is to assess and review teaching materials for children with special needs in special education schools like Fiji School for the Blind, early intervention programmes and in primary and secondary schools

By Ropate Valemei

 

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