What is the Specialist Network? We’re an international group of experts with substantial practical experience in developing and implementing education and EdTech programmes around the world. The Specialist Network allows the EdTech Hub to draw on a wide range of context-specific and subject-specific experience and expertise. We have a particular focus on supporting the Hub’s Helpdesk, providing additional capacity to…

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Photo credit: SIL Cameroon Read in French In October, EdTech Hub and Learning Equality put out a call to find French educational resources with the aim of making these resources more accessible to Francophone learners not connected to the internet. This post by Vahid Masrour, Learning Equality’s Curriculum Operations Specialist, highlights observations and recommendations from this process. He shares further…

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Photo credit: SIL Cameroon Lire en anglais Durant le mois d’octobre, EdTech Hub et Learning Equality ont lancé un appel afin de trouver des ressources pédagogiques en français, dans le but de les rendre plus accessibles aux apprenants francophones qui ne disposent pas de connexion à internet. Ce post, préparé par Vahid Masrour, Curriculum Operations Specialist pour Learning Equality, présente…

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We are excited to announce that there is now increased funding available for projects through our Call for Research Proposals: EdTech responses to Covid-19, which closes on Friday 27th November 2020.  As part of this window, additional funding, up to a total value of £50k, may be available to a small number of applications, particularly where they allow for comparison…

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EdTech Hub is excited to launch a call for proposals to fund a series of small research projects (3-6 months) related to Covid-19 response and recovery using educational technology (EdTech). The selected research projects will investigate the practical application of EdTech, generate primary research, and develop recommendations which aim to be useful during Covid-19 response, recovery, and beyond. We see…

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Covid-19 has led to the biggest upheaval to daily life that many of us have ever seen, including for education. Even before schools shut in early March, there was a recognised global learning crisis and some 260 million not in school. The pandemic has further interrupted education for 90% of children around the world, exacerbating inequalities for marginalised learners. Given…

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And we need your help! Learning Equality’s Curriculum Operations Specialist, Vahid Masrour, shares more.

If you’re teaching or learning during Covid-19 school closures, you’ve probably encountered many solutions proposed for virtual learning environments relying on digital resources. All over the world, people are turning to digital resources — textbooks, lesson plans, videos, tutorials, learning applications, and libraries — to keep them connected to learning. But many solutions are overwhelmingly oriented towards English, and in the most vulnerable contexts, it’s critical to be able to provide an equivalent learning experience in the languages people speak at home, in social situations, in schools, and in their daily lives. 

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