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Parental Engagement in Children’s Learning: Insights for remote learning response during COVID-19
This research brief is one of a series that explores the impact of COVID-19 on education. It focuses on the potential parental role in learning and its association with foundational reading and numeracy skills.
The Mambo Elimu interactive radio instruction (IRI) series, part of the Radio Instruction to Strengthen Education (RISE) program, is designed to provide curricula-based lessons for out-of-school children who gather at learning centers in Tanzania.
Between 2006-2011, the Tucheze Tujifunze preschool interactive radio instruction (IRI) series, part of the Radio Instruction to Strengthen Education (RISE) project, provided curricula-based lessons for nonformal facilitators to lead with children in their community-based preschool centers (and modeled ECD teaching for facilitators) in Zanzibar.
Edikasyon Kle Lavni (EKLA) Program
This interactive radio instruction (IRI) series provides Haitian out-of-school youth with Level 1 and 2 instruction in Creole language and mathematics.
A Balanced Reading Approach (ABRA) Literacy Resources
ABRACADABRA, A Balanced Reading Approach for Children Always Designed to Achieve Best Results for All, is a highly interactive, early literacy web-based tool that supports beginning readers through 33 engaging activities linked to 20 stories of different kinds.
Sous le Fromager
Developed in Guinea between 1998-2006, the Sous le Fromager interactive radio instruction (IRI) series, part of the Fundamental Quality and Equity Levels Project, provides curricula-based Grade 1-6 language, mathematics, and science programming for learners in formal schools. Currently, resources for Grade Levels 1 and 2 are available, please check back soon for Grade Levels 3-6.
Learning at Tonga Market
In 2000, the Learning in Tonga Market interactive radio instruction (IRI) series, part of the Quality Education Services Through Technology (QUESTT) Project, that provided curricula-based lessons for formal grades 1-7 teachers and nonformal facilitators to lead with children in their community schools in Zambia.
Education Sector Reform Assistance (ESRA) Accelerated Basic Education Program
The ESRA program supported efforts to achieve significant and sustainable improvements in Pakistan's education sector in four areas: (1) policy and planning; (2) professional development for educators and administrators; (3) literacy; and (4) public-private-community partnerships. The program includes the scope and sequence (curriculum) for an eight-week course for the teacher.
The Tikwere primary (grades 1-4 interactive radio instruction (IRI), series, part of the MERIT Project, provided curricula-based lessons for formal school students, using the newly developed curricula by the Malawi Ministry of Education: Primary Curriculum and Assessment Reform (PCAR). The content covered literacy, numeracy, and lifeskills.