Science and Technology Education for Development in the Islamic World

Proceedings of the ninth international conference, Tehran (Iran) (1999)- Published by the Islamic Academy of Sciences.
Editors: M Ergin (Turkey), M Doruk (Turkey), M Zoubi (Jordan).

BC 1786/10/1999; Hardcover 525 pages,
17*25 cm, English,
Illustrated, 1999, 
US $ 40.00



  • IAS Declaration;
  • Opening Statements;
  • Contemporary Issues In Science Education;
  • Science Education in the Context of the Great Islamic Heritage;
  • Renaissance of Science in Muslim Countries;
  • Priorities of Science in the Islamic Polity;
  • Islam and the Love of Knowledge;
  • Environmental Concept in Science Education;
  • Science Education in Islamic Countries;
  • Islamisation of S&T Education at the Secondary Level;
  • Development of Science Curricula at Universities;
  • Future Trends in Science Education and Appreciation;
  • Improving Mathematics Teaching in Arab Universities;
  • The Dire Necessity to Promote Science Education in the Area of Biotechnology for Economic Development of Islamic Countries;
  • A Suggestion for the Engineering Education in the
  • Islamic Countries;
  • Design : An Issue pertinent to Engineering Education;
  • Contemporary Issues in Science Education;
  • Need and Function of Open Universities for the Rapid Advancement of Science Education in the Muslim World;
  • Science Education in Islamic Countries;
  • Learning Through Fun (Science Education in Early Childhood): Experience of the Jeddah Science and Technology Center;
  • Environmental Science Education in the Islamic Countries: The Bangladesh Scenario;
  • Changing Concepts in Medical Education in Pakistan;
  • Medical Education in Turkey;
  • Status of Scientific Research in the Sudan;
  • Status of Science Education: Case Study of Senegal-the Teaching of the Sciences and Technology in Senegal;
  • Science Development  in Azerbaijan;
  • Education and Science in Turkmenistan;
  • Human Resources Development at University level in the Gulf Co-operation Council Countries;
  • Topics Related to Science Education and Scientific Development in the Islamic World;
  • Instruction of Science in Islamic Countries;
  • Can Ta’dib Lead to Eco-Educational Mansformation?;
  •  The University and the Wealth of Nation;
  • Some Special Aspects of Science Education in Germany;
  • Some Thoughts on Scientific and Technological Development;
  • Science and Technology – An Imperative for Sustainable National Development;
  • The World Bank’s Millennium  Science Initiative: Assumptions and Expectations;
  • Ranking Criteria For Evaluation Of  Scientists &  Their Research: Use of Journal Impact Factor (JIF);