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The Effect of Covid-19 on Education in Africa and its Implications for the Use of Technology
A Survey of the Experience and Opinions of Educators and Technology Specialists
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.
ICT in Education
Webinar on the use of ICT/Digitalization in Education and as an educational tool for lifelong learning across sectors. (English at 10am local time in Bern, Switzerland; French at 3pm local time.)
Webinaire sur l'utilisation des TIC en éducation
Webinaire sur l'utilisation des TIC et de la numérisation dans l'éducation et comme outil pédagogique pour l'apprentissage tout au long de la vie dans tous les secteurs
ICT Database on Education Policy
The ICT in Education Policy Platform offers countries a shared space dedicated to transforming education through innovative education policy.
Principles for Digital Development
Nine “living” guidelines designed to help digital development practitioners integrate established best practices into technology-enabled programs.
Edtech in Emergencies: What the Evidence Shows Us
The UN now estimates that the average time people are displaced is close to 17 years, with many children missing their entire education. With a growing desire to address this learning crisis, researchers at Save the Children UK have reviewed over 130 academic papers in an attempt to evaluate ‘what works’ with EdTech in displacement or ‘emergency’ settings.
The ICT Checklist for Education in Crisis and Conflict
This webinar, hosted by the INEE Tech Task Team and the Education in Conflict and Crisis Network (ECCN), introduced a new tool called the Checklist for ICT Interventions to Support Education in Crisis and Conflict Settings (ICT in EiCC Checklist).