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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...
Overview of emerging country-level response to providing educational continuity under COVID-19 What are the lessons learned from supporting education for marginalised girls that could be relevant for EdTech responses to COVID-19 in lower- and middle-income countries? (p. 22)Naylor, R., & Gorgen, K. - 2020 - EdTech Hub
Using Blended Learning to Support Marginalised Adolescent Girls’ Education: A Review of the Evidence (Helpdesk Response No. 25)Allier-Gagneur, Z., Chuang, R., McBurnie, C., & Haßler, B. - 2020 - EdTech Hub
This topic brief reviews evidence about the use of blended learning to support the education of marginalised adolescent girls in low- and middle- income countries.
Your Questions Answered: Using Technology to Support Gender Equity, Social Inclusion and Out-Of-School Learning (Helpdesk Response No. 14)Allier-Gagneur, Z., & Moss Coflan, C. - 2020 - EdTech Hub
EdTech Hub participated in a Girls’ Education Challenge webinar in May 2020, which welcomed stakeholders from countries including the UK, Kenya, Zimbabwe, and Nepal. The session focused on issues regarding gender and social inclusion during the Covid-19 crisis. This document provides answers to a list of 10 questions received from stakeholders.