PAID GUIDING PRINCIPLES & SCIENCE OF DEVELOPMENT
By Uwem Essia
Pedagogic Objectives: Bring the higher degree students to master PAID’s guiding principles, concepts of concerted, decent and sustainable development, and how these specificities of PAID fit within the mainstream development thinking their relevance to Africa.
Learning Objectives: At the end of the course, the higher degree students should be able to promote sustainable development for the common good of all, while keeping alive the guiding principles of PAID.
Learning Outcomes: Development concepts, applied development science concepts, guiding principles of PAID, application of the guiding principles of PAID to various sciences for development, interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approaches of development, development communication, science of learning, and the different aspects of development (humanist aspect, ecologic aspect, economic aspect, social aspect, cultural aspect etc.).
Credits: 30 (comprising 15 hours of lectures, 9 hours of class/group work, and 6 hours of students’ presentations and comments) Download