Sixth International Conference
Faculty of Early Childhood Education
Faculty of Education and Institute of African Research and Studies
Arab and African Child Learning Skills in the 21st century Future Visions
20-21 November 2019 - Aswan
193 UN countries officially accredited on the 25th of September 2015 the 2030 agenda for sustainable development, as they presented number of aims and purposes proposed in this regard entitled (Transforming our world) that encompass the three dimensions of sustainable development: the social, the economic, and the environmental, as the child education in the 21st century is one of the most significant aims of the sustainable development. Owing to the difference of the countries' developmental status in the field of child education which led to unequal progress among different countries, particularly the poorest and the least fortunate, there was a desperate need to reach those children in order to achieve an important and effective role to achieve good education for various children in the Arab and African countries.
- Development of the instruction strategies for the Arab and African child to enhance good lifelong learning for everybody equally in the light of the sustainable development aims.
- Preparedness of children's teachers for the 21st century to cope with the sustainable development aims.
- Investing in child education through enhancing health, science, and technology systems and policies.
- Support the Arab and African child's forms of cultural expression and the cross-cultural dialogues of the countries for supporting the social development and spreading the ethical principles.
- Children with disabilities' instruction and learning to achieve the quality of the educational process to effect the equality of opportunities.
- Preparation of programs and events to help the children in difficult circumstances (displaced children, Africa children, children at-risk).