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EdTech and Covid-19 Why it matters Education providers face the double challenge of needing to respond quickly to minimise learning loss, and also build back better systems for the long-term. The pandemic could fast-track the use of technology to support learning in creative and effective ways. It could also increase inequality and reverse decades of progress for the most marginalised.…

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T4 Education has released the findings from their spring survey of more than 20,000 teachers from 165 countries on the experience of teaching in the Covid-19 pandemic. EdTech Hub analyzed the data on behalf of T4 Education. The findings were surprising, confirming, unsettling and, in some cases, affirming: Download the report to dig into the findings, read real teacher stories…

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EdTech Hub Commissioned Research on Covid-19 Primary research on the use of EdTech in the Covid-19 response from 10 partner organisations The Covid-19 pandemic reshaped our world. Schools were closed around the world, leading to 1.6 billion children and their teachers moving to remote education. Governments and other education providers were forced to respond quickly, and experiment about how best…

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reimagine education during Covid-19

EdTech Hub has been supporting education sector stakeholders in Bangladesh over the last year to make effective, evidence-informed decisions about the use of EdTech. a2i plays a key role in shaping Bangladesh’s vision for its future of learning and EdTech Hub is proud to partner closely with Anir Choudhury, ai2 policy advisor, and all of the a2i team. Read more…

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EDTECH AND COVID-19 10 THINGS TO KNOW Covid-19 has reshaped our world. In education, mass school closures have accelerated the global use of education technologies. Yet the benefits do not reach everyone. Since the start of the pandemic, EdTech Hub and its partners have been researching and applying evidence on what works in technology for education in different contexts. Here…

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How-to Guide: Delivering High-Quality Radio Learning Read How to guide (google slides) Why we made this ‘How to Guide’ The Covid-19 pandemic closed schools across the globe and forced 1.6 billion children out of school. Where connectivity permits, traditional instruction has moved online. However, in many contexts, access to the internet is not sufficiently widespread to make this a viable…

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Covid-19, EdTech, and Survey Alignment in Education Download report (PDF) Overview This report provides a thematic analysis of surveys that were used during the first few months of the Covid-19 response in low- and middle-income contexts and suggests a list of research questions related to education that could be used across surveys to strengthen alignment and comparability.  Key themes A…

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Covid-19: Insights from our global call for ideas Photo credit: sengchoy Read and comment on report (google doc) Key Findings In April 2020, we launched a global call for ideas to respond to the learning emergency caused by Covid-19 school closures. We reviewed all 371 applications and learned a lot in the process. We’re excited to share our findings with…

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Education for the most marginalised post‑COVID-19 Guidance for governments on the use of digital technologies in education The UNESCO Chair in ICT for Development, with support from the EdTech Hub, developed this report and associated Guidance Notes in 2020 building on a series of regional and sectoral consultations with education experts. How to use the report The central purpose of…

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