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EdTech in Low Resource Settings: Challenges, opportunities, and conditions for success
This report summarizes the results of a survey the Gobee team launched to better understand the experience of stakeholders in the Education in Emergencies (EiE) sector when it comes to EdTech in low-resource settings, with a special focus on digital assessments and what it takes to develop and maintain open-source models (OSS) and data protection regulations.
Guidance for generative AI in education and research
The guidance presents an assessment of potential risks GenAI could pose to core humanistic values that promote human agency, inclusion, equity, gender equality, linguistic and cultural diversities, as well as plural opinions and expressions. It proposes key steps for governmental agencies to regulate the use of GenAI including mandating the protection of data privacy and considering an age limit for their use. It outlines requirements for GenAI providers to enable their ethical and effective use in education.
Technology in Education: A tool on whose terms?
There are often bitter divisions in how the role of technology is viewed, however. These divisions are widening as the technology is evolving at breakneck speed. The 2023 GEM Report on technology and education explores these debates, examining education challenges to which appropriate use of technology can offer solutions (access, equity and inclusion; quality; technology advancement; system management), while recognizing that many solutions proposed may also be detrimental.
Integrating Videos for Young Children into Multi-sectoral Interventions: What We’re Learning from Pilots in Bangladesh, Colombia, and Kenya
Sesame Workshop is partnering with educators and social service providers to pilot the use of the Watch, Play, Learn videos in different locations around the world. The goal is to learn how to facilitate use of the videos to bring joy and learning to children while providing a convenient and efficient experience for service providers and caregivers.
Lessons and Impacts of a Phone-Based Parenting Program for Syrian and Jordanian Families with Young Children
This study, led by Global TIES for Children at New York University, is the first to evaluate a phone-delivered version of a parenting program in the Middle East and the first randomized-controlled evaluation of an audio-only parenting program for a community sample (that is, a sample without diagnosed health problems or disabilities).
Lessons and Impacts of Ahlan Simsim TV Program in Pre-Primary Classrooms in Jordan on Children’s Emotional Development: A Randomized Controlled Trial
This study evaluates the effects of Ahlan Simsim, a television show co-produced by Sesame Workshop and Jordan Pioneers that has been viewed by more than 23 million children across the MENA region, including 57% of displaced Syrians across Jordan, Lebanon, and Iraq.
Humanitarian EdTech Innovation Toolkit
The toolkit is developed for organizations in the humanitarian sector seeking to improve the education access and quality for crisis-affected communities via technology-enhanced solutions. This toolkit is designed to help a team make decisions about how to invest in education technology (EdTech) innovation.
More than 1,600 hours of content in language, mathematics, science, technology, ways of thinking, healthy living and citizenship available to students around the world; so that they continue learning from home.The educational contents are available in 4 languages (Spanish, English, French and Portuguese) and classified by age group and subject matter.
The Sandbox Model: A Novel Approach to Iterating while Implementing an Emergency Education Program in Lebanon during the COVID-19 Pandemic
In this field note, Michèle Boujikian, Alice Carter, and Katy Jordan discuss how the NGO Jusoor borrowed from a software engineering methodology to rapidly test assumptions and refine programming to develop Azima, a WhatsApp-based education program for Syrian refugees living in Lebanon during COVID-19.
Le Modèle Sandbox : Une Nouvelle Approche de l’Itération Adoptée lors de la Mise en Œuvre d’un Programme d’Éducation d’Urgence au Liban pendant la Pandémie de COVID-19
Dans cette note de terrain, Michèle Boujikian, Alice Carter et Katy Jordan expliquent comment l'ONG Jusoor s'est inspirée d'une méthodologie de conception de logiciels pour tester rapidement les hypothèses et affiner la programmation afin de développer Azima, un programme éducatif basé sur WhatsApp pour les personnes réfugiées de Syrie vivant au Liban pendant la COVID-19.