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Teacher professional development and coaching in low-income countries: Overarching considerations for the use of technology (EdTech Hub Helpdesk Response No. 2)Haßler, B. - 2020 - EdTech Hub
This working paper forms part of a set of three working papers that consider teacher professional development and coaching in low-income countries. This second paper offers a wider perspective with some overarching considerations.
I’m Dr Björn Haßler, one of the three Directors of Research for the programme. Research, and particularly at-scale research, is a core focus for the #EdTechHub and that’s why we have three Directors of Research, who will also introduce themselves. I am — we all are — extremely happy that we have been awarded the programme. We, like all our competitors, worked hard for around 1.5 years until the final submission. However, this work paid off! It means we can get going on the important mission.
Continue or reboot? Overarching options for education responses to coronavirus (COVID-19) in low- and middle-income countriesHaßler, B. - 2020, April 17 - EdTech Hub
This is part of our coronavirus (COVID-19) and EdTech series. Written by Björn Haßler, Director of Research, EdTech Hub. This blog post was originally posted on the Open Development & Education website. The COVID-19 pandemic has far-reaching consequences for public health, including socio-economic issues. The pandemic also has consequences for education. However, in this blog post, I argue that these…
The global stakes of digitalization in educationHaßler, B. - 2021, June 1 - The global stakes of digitalization in education (Uganda)
Teacher professional development and coaching in low-income countries: Practical considerations for the use of technology. (EdTech Hub Helpdesk Response No. 3)Haßler, B. - 2020 - EdTech Hub
This working paper forms part of a set of three working papers that consider teacher professional development and coaching in low-income countries. This third paper offers a range of practical considerations.
Continue or reboot? Overarching options for education responses to COVID-19 in low- and middle-income countriesHaßler, B. - 2020, April 16
Björn Haßler, https://opendeved.net/2020/04/15/continue-or-reboot/, 2020-04-15, DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3753513
A mixed-methods evidence assessment for emergent fields of knowledge (Working Paper No. 24)Haßler, B. - 2021 - EdTech Hub
Find related information on EducationLinks at https://www.edu-links.org/events/dist.... COVD19 has had an unprecedented impact on educational systems across the world and required school systems to pivot to remote learning in mass. This panel discussion webinar explored the lessons learned, opportunities and challenges presented by this shift, and identified ways that distance learning modalities can continue to contribute to making educational systems more flexible, adaptable and...
EdTech’s three promising approaches to #SaveOurFutureNicolai, S., & Haßler, B. - 2020, October 29 - EdTech Hub
By Susan Nicolai and Björn Haßler 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,…
Teacher professional development and coaching in low-income countries: An evidence-informed conversation (EdTech Hub Helpdesk Response No. 1)Haßler, B., & Moss, C. - 2020 - EdTech Hub
This working paper forms part of a set of three working papers that consider teacher professional development and coaching in low-income countries. This first paper offers a broad overview.
Research on the response to COVID19Haßler, B., & Fitzpatrick, R. - 2020, October 6 - BE2, UNESCO, Paris (virtual meeting)
Presentation given at BE2, 2020-10-06.
A five-part education response to the COVID-19 pandemic (Helpdesk Response No. 5; p. 32)Haßler, B., Khalayleh, A., & McBurnie, C. - 2020 - EdTech Hub
In March 2020, many countries began to close schools to slow the spread of coronavirus. Education leaders have subsequently launched rapid response programmes, implemented measures to support system recovery and explored long-term reforms. This paper proposes a five-part approach to guide education leaders through this process.
The Maldives and Sri Lanka: Question & Answer Session (EdTech Hub Helpdesk Response No. 18)Adam, T., Kaye, T., & Haßler, B. - 2020 - EdTech Hub
EdTech Hub participated in a question and answer session in May 2020 for policymakers in The Maldives and Sri Lanka. The session focused on the challenges and issues in designing effective distance education programmes during the Covid-19 pandemic. This document provides answers to a list of 13 questions received from stakeholders.
Consolidated Feedback on Tanzania Higher Education University Strategic Investment Plans (EdTech Hub Helpdesk Response No. 09)Adam, T., Koomar, S., & Haßler, B. - 2020 - EdTech Hub
This EdTech Hub Helpdesk Response provides feedback on 15 Tanzania University Strategic Implementation Plans (USIPs) submitted to the Word Bank’s Higher Education for Economic Transformation Project (HEET). The feedback is intended to enhance and strengthen the plans provided by universities such that the USD 300 million is allocated and spent most effectively.
Learning, Marginalization, and Improving the Quality of Education in Low-Income CountriesCastillo, N., Adam, T., & Haßler, B. - forthcoming
EdTech and COVID-19 response [EdTech Hub Report] (Working Paper No. 11)Haßler, B., Nicolai, McBurnie, Chris, … Kreimeia, Adam - 2020 - EdTech Hub
This document is background paper 3 for the #SaveOurFuture campaign as an EdTech Hub report. The full paper and other working group papers are available here: https://saveourfuture.world/white-paper/. The evidence library entry for the background paper in original format is https://docs.edtechhub.org/lib/SXDQAPB6.
Characteristics of effective teacher education in low- and middle-income countries: an annotated bibliography (HDR10C) (EdTech Hub Helpdesk Response No. 10C)McBurnie, C., Allier-Gagneur, Z., & Haßler, B. - 2020 - EdTech Hub
Nepal “Ask me anything” Session: Responses to audience questions (EdTech Hub Helpdesk Response No. 13)Kaye, T., Groeneveld, C., Moss, C., & Haßler, B. - 2020 - EdTech Hub
On Thursday, 30 April 2020, EdTech Hub participated in an 'Ask me anything' session for policymakers and funders in Nepal. The session focused on designing high-quality, effective, distance education programmes during the Covid-19 pandemic. Participants included high-level officials from the Nepalese government (e.g., the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, the Curriculum Development Office, and the Education Review Office), representatives from development partners (e.g., the...
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