The Primary Education in Developing Countries and Teacher’s Educational Role, Training and Development

  • Ananda Majumdar
Keywords: Universal Education, Pedagogy Skill Development, Student/Teachers Skill Development, Human Productivity, Modern Attitude, Canada’s Contribution, UNESCO, Bilingualism and Learning Talk by Talking as a Modern Way of Education by the Harvard Graduate School of Education and Dr. Catherine Snow, Play Work of Leeds University, England and the Play Leadership a New Approach of Early Childhood, Educational Model of Junior Achievement of Alberta and Northern Territories (JA), Article 31 of the UNCRC, Literacy and Adult Education, Gender Equality, Women and Child Education


The purpose of this essay is to explore and understand a meaningful module of primary education that can be prosperous for the entire human being worldwide. The analysis of its pros and cons, which has been discussed here and thus has tried to focus on a true module of education, and its modern attitude that can be set up on the base of gender and community’s equality, equity, communal peace, and by forgetting differences among people. From adult education, child education, women education to newly curriculum skills development of both children and teachers, development of pedagogy skills, it depends based on primary educational role and teacher training. It builds a true global village by the establishment of meaningful primary education for the wellbeing of humankind. Initiatives of Primary Education in Developing Countries is a series of articles under International development. It is also the purpose of focusing on child development from their beginning through primary education and teacher's development through appropriate training, such as teacher's professional development, workshops etc. The outcome of the article is aware of human development through education through training and development. The methodology of this article is through books, academic journals, making drafts, then its final draft through the understanding of sources. Feature question is; what do we finally achieve from our efforts for the launching of a flexible and successful primary educational module worldwide for children, women and adults?   


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Majumdar, A. (2020). The Primary Education in Developing Countries and Teacher’s Educational Role, Training and Development. GPH-International Journal of Educational Research, 3(01), 01-15. Retrieved from