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Technology-supported personalised learning: a Rapid Evidence Review (Rapid Evidence Review No. 1)Major, L., & Francis, G. A. - 2020 - EdTech Hub
This publication is one part of a series of rapid evidence reviews that has been produced by the EdTech Hub. The purpose of the rapid evidence reviews is to provide education decision-makers with accessible evidence-based summaries of good practice in specific areas of EdTech. They are focused on topics which are particularly relevant in the context of widespread global challenges to formal schooling as a result of COVID-19. All the rapid evidence reviews are available at edtechhub.org.
How Can EdTech Support Primary School Learners with Disabilities in LMICs? Recommendations for Policy [Policy Brief]Lynch, P., Singal, N., & Francis, G. A. - 2021 - EdTech Hub
An output of the EdTech Hub, https://edtechhub.org
EdTech for Learners with Disabilities in Primary School Settings in LMICS: A Systematic Literature Review [Working Paper]Lynch, P., Singhal, N., & Francis, G. A. - 2021 - EdTech Hub
This systematic literature review was guided by the overarching aim of establishing the categories of EdTech that may be appropriate to support the learning of children with disabilities aged 4–12 years in low-and middle-income countries. A critical review of the published literature was deemed essential as the field of disability and EdTech (mirroring larger trends in disability and educational research) has remained dominated by anecdotal commentaries and strong personal assertions, but...
The effectiveness of technology-supported personalised learning in low- and middle-income countries: A meta-analysisMajor, L., Francis, G. A., & Tsapali, M. - n.d. - British Journal of Educational Technology, n/a(n/a)
Digital technology offers the potential to address educational challenges in resource-poor settings. This meta-analysis examines the impact of students' use of technology that personalises and adapts to learning level in low- and middle-income countries. Following a systematic search for research between 2007 and 2020, 16 randomised controlled trials were identified in five countries. Studies involved 53,029 learners aged 6–15 years. Coding examined learning domain (mathematics and...
Technology-supported personalised learning: Rapid Evidence ReviewMajor, L., & Francis, G. A. - 2020 - EdTech Hub