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Revisiting the ‘m’ in m-learning: Making the most of mobile environments for teaching and learning in developing countriesPouezevara, S. - 2015 - 1350–1360
Educational innovations in developing countries are expanding due to pressure to achieve quality outcomes at scale and changing markets, where mobile devices are increasingly affordable. m-Learning as a concept has existed prior to the acceleration of these forces, but has gained increasing attention because of them. Growth in mobile phone ownership in developing countries has made mobile-phone enabled education (a form of e-learning) commonplace in formal and informal education. This paper...
Implementing large-scale instructional technology in Kenya: Changing instructional practice and developing accountability in a national education systemPiper, B., Oyanga, A., Mejia, J., & Pouezevara, S. - 2017 - International Journal of Education and Development Using Information and Communication Technology, 13(3), 57–79
Previous large-scale education technology interventions have shown only modest impacts on student achievement. Building on results from an earlier randomized controlled trial of three different applications of information and communication technologies (ICTs) on primary education in Kenya, the Tusome Early Grade Reading Activity developed the National Tablets Program. The National Tablets Program is integrated into the Tusome activity by providing tablets to each of more than 1,200...
Scaling Access & Impact: Realizing the Power of EdTechPouezevara, S., Valdivia, I. J., Michalec, M., … Fleischmann, S. - 2019 - Omidyar Network