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documentEdTech, Learning and Equity: The EdTech Hub Research PortfolioHaßler, B., Wagner, D., & Outhwaite, L. - 2023 - EdTechHub
An output of the EdTechHub, https://edtechhub.org/
The Future of EMIS: A Public Financial Management Perspective [Working Paper]Cresswell, S., Long, C., & Fraser, A. - 2023 - EdTech Hub
Policymakers in low- and lower-middle-income countries are in a bind: while more complex EMIS designs may make processes more likely to fail following donor exit, simple EMIS designs do not provide enough information to track the effects of reforms and progress addressing the learning crisis. Even for basic measures, EMIS appear to generate inaccurate data in many cases. Reflections on EMIS implementation challenges point to demand and supply issues, with the former being the more...
EdTech Evidence From Covid-19 Response: A thematic review of primary research from Bangladesh, Ghana, Kenya, Pakistan and Sierra Leone (Working Paper No. 49)Nicolai, S., Jefferies, K., & Stepanek Lockhart, A. - 2023 - EdTech Hub
To better understand the use of EdTech interventions as part of response to the Covid-19 pandemic, EdTech Hub commissioned ten small-scale research studies in five low- and middle-income countries: Bangladesh, Ghana, Kenya, Pakistan, and Sierra Leone. This paper includes insight into research methodologies across these studies, with particularly interesting findings on how EdTech effectiveness is being measured. A semi-structured thematic analysis further provides insights in relation to...
Testing EdTech Interventions in Bandarban: Key Findings from the EdTech Hub Sandbox [Sandbox Sprint Review]Tanweer, R., Plaut, D., Datta, R., … Afroze, S. - 2023 - EdTech Hub
The Covid-19 pandemic has catalysed the need for technology-enhanced education globally. This is no different in Bangladesh, where the Education Section of the UNICEF Bangladesh Country Office is seeking a better understanding of the role and potential of EdTech to improve numeracy skills among the most marginalised learners. In efforts to do this, UNICEF Bangladesh partnered with EdTech Hub to in which EdTech interventions contribute the most to numeracy learning for marginalised learners...
A Theory of Change for Parents and Caregivers Towards a Technology-Enhanced Education System in Bangladesh (Working Paper No. 45)Clark-Wilson, A., Bashir, A., Ahmed, S., … Otieno, J. - 2022 - EdTech Hub
The third of a trilogy of Theories of Change (TOCs) that focuses on parents and caregivers as key agents of change in the development of an increasingly technology-enhanced education system in Bangladesh. The TOC was created following a period of desk research and in-country stakeholder workshops. It offers a theory for how parents’ and caregivers’ experiences in diverse programmes and initiatives will enable them to support children to improved educational outcomes, and take advantage of...
Bandarban Sandbox: Needs assessment and hypothesis development [Technical Report]Tanweer, R., Nashtaran, T., Plaut, D., … Afroze, S. - 2022 - EdTech Hub
The Covid-19 pandemic has catalysed the need for technology-enhanced education globally. This is no different in Bangladesh, where the Education Section of the UNICEF Bangladesh Country Office is seeking a better understanding of the role and potential of EdTech to improve numeracy skills among the most marginalised learners, working closely with the government and EdTech Hub to identify how EdTech can best be harnessed to support learning in Bangladesh. This partnership uses the sandbox...
A Theory of Change for Teachers Towards a Technology-Enhanced Education System in Bangladesh (Working Paper No. 44)Clark-Wilson, A., Ahmed, S., Kaye, T., & Zubairi, A. - 2022 - EdTech Hub
The second of a trilogy of Theories of Change (TOCs) that focuses on teachers as key agents of change in the development of an increasingly technology-enhanced education system in Bangladesh. The TOC was created following a period of desk research and in-country stakeholder workshops. It offers a theory for how teachers’ professional learning experiences will enable them to support learners in ways that take advantage of available technology. The TOC is a useful tool to support the design,...
EdTech Horizon Scan: Rapid scan of online safety in education [Position paper]Mazari, H., & Kaye, T. - 2022 - EdTech Hub
This EdTech Horizon Scan examines the issue of online safety in digital education — why it should be prioritised, how it is currently being approached, and its potential to become central to education design in low- and middle-income countries. Given that the internet has no borders, there is much to be done to address online safety in all parts of the world — high-income and low- and middle-income countries alike. An output of the EdTech Hub, https://edtechhub.org
Monitoring Distance Education: A Brief to Support Decision-Making in Bangladesh and Other Low- and Lower-Middle-Income Countries (Helpdesk Response No. 30)Kaye, T., Groeneveld, C., & Bashir, A. - 2020 - EdTech Hub
This brief outlines a model for monitoring and evaluating distance learning based on a desktop review of interventions during the Covid-19 school closures and other previous school shutdowns. It then examines how this might be applied in the Bangladeshi context.
School-based teachers’ professional development through technology-enhanced learning in BangladeshShohel, M., Mahruf, C., & Banks, F. - 2012a - Teacher Development, 16(1)
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