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Reflections on Technology, Teaching, Learning, and Professional Development: Findings from a teacher survey in TanzaniaKoomar, S., Hennessy, S., Zubairi, A., … Kreimeia, A. - 2022 - African Educational Research Journal, 10(4), 342–368
This paper presents findings from a survey of 774 government school teachers across Tanzania over the period 2020–2021. The aims were to capture teachers’ recent experiences concerning (1) access and use of technology; (2) any student learning losses observed, and teachers’ recommendations to address these; and (3) experiences and needs concerning teacher professional development (TPD). Key findings in the survey’s focus areas included: Forty per cent of teachers reported that their school...
Teknolojia na maendeleo ya taaluma ya walimu nchini Tanzania: Zana za utafiti [Research Instruments and Tools]Koomar, S., Massam, W., Jacob, W., … Mwakabungu, F. - 2023 - EdTech Hub
Technology and Teacher Professional Development in Tanzania: Research instruments pack [Research Instruments and Tools]Koomar, S., Massam, W., Jacob, W., … Mwakabungu, F. - 2023 - EdTech Hub
Uzoefu wa Walimu wa Kutumia Teknolojia katika Ufundishaji na Mahitaji ya Mafunzo Kazini Tanzania: Mapendekezo kwenye sera na utendaji [Muhtasari Wa Sera / Policy Brief]Hennessy, S., Koomar, S., & Kreimeia, A. - 2023 - EdTech Hub
This is a Swahili version of the policy brief Teachers’ Experiences of Teaching With Technology in Tanzania: Recommendations for policy and practice published in October 2022. Muhtasari huu wa masuala ya kisera unatoa ripoti ya utafiti wa walimu nchini Tanzania (Julai-Novemba 2021) ambao EdTech Hub iliagiza HakiElimu kuufanya ili kuchangia taarifa itakayosaidia mchakato endelevu wa serikali kuleta mageuzi ya MEWAKA katika ngazi za shule na vituo vya walimu. Dodoso zilichukuliwa kutoka katika...
Design-Based Implementation Research Baseline Data Collection: Technical report [Technical Report]Koomar, S., Adam, T., Massam, W. E., … Barretto, J. - 2022 - EdTech Hub
This research study aims to investigate the effectiveness, cost-effectiveness, and sustainability of a tech-supported, decentralised, and school-based teacher continuous professional development (TCPD) model, to improve learning outcomes in rural Tanzanian primary schools. The research will test and iteratively improve the national TCPD model and roll-out (including the semi-structured Communities of Learning), as outlined in the Tanzanian National TCPD Implementation Plan (2021). We seek to...
Teachers’ Experiences of Teaching With Technology in Tanzania: Recommendations for policy and practice [Policy Brief]Hennessy, S., Koomar, S., & Kreimeia, A. - 2022 - EdTech Hub
This policy brief reports on a teacher survey in Tanzania (July–November 2021) that EdTech Hub commissioned HakiElimu to conduct in order to inform the government’s ongoing national school-based TCPD reform. The survey items were taken from a landmark global survey of 20,000+ teachers’ reflections, experiences, and challenges concerning EdTech access and use, teaching and learning, and professional development over the preceding year, reported by a team from T4 Education and EdTech...
Technical Assistance to the Government of Tanzania: Inception Report [Internal papers]Proctor, J., Plaut, D., El-Serafy, Y., … Thakrar, J. - 2021 - EdTech Hub
An output of the EdTech Hub, https://edtechhub.org
A Country-Level Research Review: EdTech in TanzaniaJordan, K., Proctor, J., Koomar, S., & Bapna, A. - 2021 - Zenodo
This document presents a review of the research landscape in Tanzania in relation to EdTech research focused on learners, teachers, or systems at the level of school-based education, excluding higher education (HE). The review draws upon the research literature, policy documents, grey literature, and interviews with key stakeholders in order to present an overview of the research landscape in Tanzania. There is a substantial body of relevant EdTech research which has been undertaken in...
The relationship between educational television and mathematics capability in TanzaniaWatson, J., Hennessy, S., & Vignoles, A. - 2020 - British Journal of Educational Technology, 52(2)
Previous studies have frequently demonstrated that educational television viewing can have a positive effect on learning in low-income country contexts when shows are delivered in controlled settings. However, the consequence of day-to-day viewing in such contexts has scarcely been considered. Additionally, no recent published research has provided any information on the costs of educational television. The lack of research in these areas is striking. Examining educational television viewing...
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