© UNESCO International Bureau of
Editors: Renato Opertti and Massimo Amadio
Editorial consultants: Hugo Labate, Phil Stabback,
Editorial development: Lenguaje claro Consultora
Technical support: Bonnie Han and Matthias Ruest
The development of the modules has made
extensive use of a previous material developed in the context of
the Curriculum Innovation in Basic Education project, a joint initiative
by the UNESCO Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education in
Bangkok and the IBE, with the support of the Government of Japan.
The materials produced at that occasion were made available in CD-ROM
and Web format only for users in the Asia Pacific network.
Many collaborators from the worldwide
Community of Practice in Curriculum Development have contributed
to the development of this tool by writing, editing and providing
case studies and other relevant documents, assuring a well-balanced
distribution of experiences from all UNESCO regions. We would like
to thank for their support in this important undertaking: Qasem
Al-Sarraf, Rosalía Barcos, Teeluck Bhuwanee, Angela Cara,
Juan Pablo Claro Stuardo, Nour Dajani, Adnan El-Amine, Ghada Gholam,
Jumana Jaafar, Liliana Jabif; Dzadrina Makpal Jumabaevna, Kadyrbek
Kaldybaev, Dina Karam, Banxiang Liu, Larisa Marchenko, Merle Tan,
Silvia Trías, Daoyu Wang, Yun Wu, Iouri Zagoumennov, Ihar
Zahumionau and Tiedao Zhang.
Special thanks to Hugo Labate for his excellent work in contributing
to elaborate this tool and for being in charge of the process of
revising and improving the eight modules and the related documents.
We also extend our thanks to Phil Stabback and Lucille Gregorio
for their support in the review and improvement of the Asia-Pacific
Resource Pack that became the basis of the present tool.
Many thanks to Miriam Sattolo and Gabriela
Tenner from Lenguaje claro Consultora (LcC) for their work on the
editing, layout and web-design.
A notable thank you to Ruth Creamer
for the bibliographic searches, the compilation of articles and
web references, as well as the proof-editing of the training manual.
Much appreciation is extended to Bonnie Han and Matthias
Ruest for their tireless assistance in the development of the present