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Girls’ Education and EdTech: A Rapid Evidence Review (Rapid Evidence Review No. 2; EdTech Hub Rapid Evidence Review)Webb, D., Barringer, K., Torrance, R., & Mitchell, J. - 2020 - EdTech Hub
This Rapid Evidence Review (RER) provides an overview of the existing literature on the use of technology in supporting girls’ education in low and middle-income countries (LMICs). The RER has been produced in response to the novel 2019 coronavirus (COVID-19), and the resulting widespread global shutdown of schools. It therefore has an emphasis on transferable insights that may be applicable to educational responses resulting from the limitations to the continuation of schooling caused by...
Educational Television: A Rapid Evidence Review (Rapid Evidence Review No. 5; EdTech Hub Rapid Evidence Review)Watson, J., & McIntyre, N. - 2020 - EdTech Hub
This Rapid Evidence Review (RER) gives an overview of the recent literature concerning how the use of educational television might support children’s learning in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). In this review, educational television is defined as television designed with research-based knowledge of how children use and understand television that systematically incorporates academic or social curricula into its content. In low-income contexts, educational television material could...
Technology-Supported Personalised Learning: A Rapid Evidence Review (Rapid Evidence Review No. 1; EdTech Hub Rapid Evidence Review)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.