Working with children poses a great and unique challenge in terms of ethical considerations, logistics, and overall implementation. This calls for a collaborative approach between parents, caregivers, the children, and the research team. While this is usually a pretty aligned team of individuals (all trying to understand how to make the world more livable for children), it is also often…

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The Road Ahead for EdTech in Kenya: Reflections and Insights from the 2023 Kenya EdTech Summit

Our blog sheds light on the conversations held during the 2023 Annual Kenya EdTech Summit, with a focus on the significance of delving into EdTech solutions for foundational learning and responding to educational access challenges during emergencies. We also delve into the significance of fostering collaboration and taking a holistic approach to crafting EdTech solutions, all while emphasising the role…

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EdTech Hub has joined forces with UNICEF Cambodia to provide crucial support to the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports’ Department of Policy (DoPo) in crafting a pioneering digital education strategy aimed at implementation within Cambodia’s school system. The collaboration has been marked by a series of comprehensive workshops that engaged a diverse array of stakeholders, as EdTech Hub worked…

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Learning and Development Month

At EdTech Hub, we continue to explore avenues where learners, decision-makers, and policymakers can benefit from the evidence we generate. We aim to offer a diverse set of resources that can enhance the everyday, real-life experiences of our readers. Through evidence, workshops, tools, and more, we encourage you to try something new, to continue learning and to develop your knowledge…

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We are pleased to share experiences and lessons from the activities carried out as part of the Government of Tanzania’s efforts to operationalise its National Framework for Teacher Continuous Professional Development (TCPD), which shifts TCPD from discreet workshops to cost-effective, ongoing, school-based professional development programmes. Our collaborative work with Tanzanian government education bodies, including Tanzania Institute of Education (TIE), Ministry…

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Measuring student learning in a meaningful way is a significant challenge within a single school, but measuring and comparing learning outcomes at a global scale can seem impossible. This is a problem for anyone in a position of choosing between different options for maximising the impact of their spending on education because it is difficult to make a data-driven decision.…

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Reviewers: Laila Friese, Molly Jamieson Eberhardt, and Jillian Makungu Pakistan has demonstrated resilience and adaptability in addressing educational challenges through the use of education technology (EdTech). The country faces several educational challenges, including some of the highest numbers of out-of-school children in the world and learning poverty* for those in school. Leveraging its vibrant EdTech ecosystem, Pakistan’s federal regions and provinces…

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This blog forms part of a wider research study on digital personalised learning to improve literacy and numeracy outcomes in Kenyan classrooms, and outlines emergent findings from a randomised controlled trial following the first two rounds of assessment (baseline and midline). The preliminary findings will be strengthened after further analyses and endline assessment. Most research on digital personalised learning (DPL)…

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Why and how did we do this?  This blog presents Part 1 of our lessons on tech-enabled professional development. We shall be bringing you more insights in Part 2. Stay tuned!  Through Bangladesh’s national curriculum reform, the Government of Bangladesh intends to transform education by reducing the pressure of high-stakes exams and enhancing teaching practices (for example, through experiential learning,…

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It starts with curiosity. Once something has our curiosity, we begin to study it. After a period of study, we begin to believe that we understand it. At this point, we find ways to put our understanding to the test. Using the test results, we update our understanding. It is through this reiterative process that we deepen our insight.  At…

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