Photo 1: Séance de tournage de modèle vidéo à l’EPP Ambatomena à Antsirabe avec l’équipe multimédia du Ministère. Photo: Hasiniavo Rasolohery, 2022 Ce blog est disponible en anglais. Cliquez pour lire en anglais. Contexte Le Ministère de l’Éducation Nationale, via l’Institut National de Formation Pédagogique (INFP), prévoit d’utiliser les nouvelles technologies dans la formation sur les premiers pas en lecture-écriture…

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Despite two years of recovery since Covid-19 lockdowns, school systems worldwide still experience lower post-pandemic attendance levels than pre-Covid. Marginalised learners have been disproportionately affected by the pandemic. Several strategies are being used to accelerate returns to schooling. Messaging is one strategy that is often regarded as likely to be highly cost-effective.  Our Hub-led research in Ghana tests and compares…

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MEWAKA (Mafunzo Endelevu kwa Walimu Kazini, or Teachers’ Continuous Professional Development (TCPD)) is a landmark teacher professional development programme being implemented by the Government of Tanzania. The programme is decentralised, with teacher learning based in schools and focused on semi-structured Communities of Learning (CoLs). CoLs are spaces where teachers can gather weekly to discuss and reflect on issues most relevant…

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Call for Papers in a Special Issue on Decolonising EdTech

At EdTech Hub, we’ve been reflecting on how coloniality is embedded in our work: from the colonial roots of the international development sector to colonial practices embedded in research methods to “core-to-periphery” design and deployment of EdTech interventions. We’ve previously blogged about resources for tackling coloniality and digital neocolonialism in EdTech, decolonising Open Educational Resources and a reflection on personalised…

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As governments in Eastern and Southern Africa lean into education reform to adapt to the changing needs of their societies and tackle the global learning crisis, the integration of technology has become a central piece of these reforms. This is particularly the case in the post-Covid-19 world, where the need to build resilient education systems that support learning outside the…

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EdTech Hub Blog Insights, trends, and news from EdTech Hub and our partners Developing a Digital Education Strategy for Schools in Cambodia October 18, 2023 Celebrate National Learning and Development Month with EdTech Hub October 17, 2023 Nine Lessons in Implementing Teacher Continuous Professional Development in Tanzania October 9, 2023 Measuring learning outcomes across programmes focused on learners, teachers and…

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Blog Read on for evidence-based insights from the Hub and our partners Engaging parents and caregivers in EdTech is critical to foundational learning in Kenya Kenya, sometimes called the ‘Silicon Savannah’ of Africa, is home to one of the most… Read More What we’re learning | What we’re reading: Participation & Messaging – How can nudge technologies and messaging apps…

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