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A Case for a Systems Approach to EdTechBapna, A., Nicolai, S., Myers, C., … Wilson, S. - 2021 - EdTech Hub
An output of the EdTech Hub, https://edtechhub.org
A case study of innovations that address constraints on the effectiveness of early-grade reading achievementComings, J. P. - 2020 - PROSPECTS
The United States Agency for International Development, World Vision, and the Australian government established All Children Reading: A Grand Challenge for Development (ACR GCD) to address problems that prevent children from gaining foundational reading skills. ACR GCD mobilizes the private sector, academia, and nongovernmental organizations in problem-solving dialogues that support the development, testing, and promotion of new solutions to these problems. It also advances EdTech innovation...
A case study of using an online community of practice for teachers’ professional development at a secondary school in ChinaWang, Q., & Lu, Z. - 2012 - Learning, Media and Technology, 37(4), 429–446
In this case study, an online community was designed at a secondary school in China for the teachers to prepare their lessons collectively, reflect on their teaching practices, collect comments from peers, and share resources. A survey was administered to the teachers to investigate their perceptions on the online community for their professional development. Two hundred and eighty-three teachers responded to the survey and eight teachers were further interviewed by email. The result showed...
A Cautionary Tale of Tutoring Hard-to-Reach Students in Kenya (Working Paper No. 21–432; EdWorkingPaper)Schueler, B. E., & Rodriguez-Segura, D. - 2021 - Annenberg Institute
Covid-19-induced school closures generated great interest in tutoring as a strategy to make up for lost learning time. Tutoring is backed by a rigorous body of research, but it is unclear whether it can be delivered effectively remotely. We study the effect of teacher-student phone call interventions in Kenya when schools were closed. Schools (n=105) were randomly assigned for their 3rd, 5th and 6th graders (n=8,319) to receive one of two versions of a 7-week weekly mathfocused...
A cognitive assessment tool designed for data collection in the field in low-and middle-income countriesFord, C. B., Kim, H. Y., Brown, L., … Sheridan, M. A. - 2019 - Research in Comparative and International Education, 14(1), 141–157
The Rapid Assessment of Cognitive and Emotional Regulation (RACER) is a tablet-based assessment tool for children that measures executive function (EF) skills. Instructions that are brief and visually presented; game-like tasks are designed to easily engage children regardless of literacy level and variable test administration settings. RACER measures inhibitory control and working memory. This study presents the theoretical rationale and empirical evidence for tablet-based assessments of...
A comparative analysis of e-learning policy formulation in the European Union and the United States: discursive convergence and divergenceRoumell Erichsen, E., & Salajan, F. D. - 2014 - Comparative Education Review, 58(1), 135–165
A comparative study of blended learning versus traditional teaching in middle school sciencePixel - 2015, July 1 - International Conference The Future Of Education, Florence, Italy
A Comparative Study of Online and Directly Selected Secondary School Teachers Regarding Teaching Proficiency and Classroom Management in Kohat Division, PakistanSuleman, Q., & Hussain, I. - 2013 - International Journal of Learning and Development, 3(3), 230–252
Secondary school teachers occupy the most critical and crucial position in the entire education system (Suleman, et al, 2011a). The purpose of the study was to compare the performance of online and directly selected secondary school teachers regarding teaching proficiency and classroom Management. All the students at secondary school level in Kohat Division, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (Pakistan) constituted the population of the study. Only 600 students studying at secondary school level in Kohat...
A comprehensive analysis of personalized learning componentsShemshack, A., Kinshuk, & Spector, J. - 2021 - Journal of Computers in Education, 8, 485–503
Personalized learning is a learning approach that aims to personalize the learning experience according to the unique needs, goals, and skills of individuals which can be achieved by using current instructional technology that provides unique learning experiences in different learning environments. Technology is the main component that will enable and enrich personalized learning experience; however, even though technology is available to personalize the learning experience, there is still a...
A Comprehensive Situation Analysis of Teachers and the Teaching Profession in Sierra Leone: Final report presented to the Teaching Service Commission (p. en)Teaching Service Commission - 2018 - Global Partnership for Education
A Comprehensive Situation Analysis of Teachers and the Teaching Profession in Sierra Leone: Final report presented to the Teaching Service CommissionWright, Dr. C. - 2018 - Global Partnership for Education; World Bank
A conceptual framework of virtual interactive teacher training through open and distance learning for the remote areas english teachers of bangladeshParvin, I. - 2017 - Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education, 18(1), 157–157
Since we are living in the information age and the importance of the need for communication among people of different cultures is increasing day by day in the globalizing world, people need to learn the languages of different cultures, particularly English, which is the common language of this global communication. This need for learning English requires trained qualified teachers of English. A scan of those who are teaching English in schools of Bangladesh reveals that most of them are very...
A Conceptual Model for Measuring and Supporting Self-Regulated Learning using Educational Data Mining on Learning Management SystemsAraka, E., Maina, E., Gitonga, R., & Oboko, R. - 2019 - 2019 IST-Africa Week Conference (IST-Africa), 1–11
Self-Regulated Learning (SRL) is a field in educational psychology that as attracted tremendous research studies from various communities including ICTs. Recent studies and meta-analysis have greatly contributed to the domain knowledge that the use SRL strategies boost academic performance for learners. Despite these developments in SRL, our understanding on the tools and instruments to measure SRL in online learning environments is limited as the use of traditional tools developed for...
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...
A COVID-19 intervention: Using digital escape rooms to provide professional development to alternative certification educatorsGómez, M. - 2020 - Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 28(2), 425–432
Teachers, support staff, schools, and school districts have faced a multitude of challenges in adapting their known and familiar practices to the new realities and restrictions that have been put in place due to the outbreak of COVID-19. These challenges are daunting and difficult for many in our education system. Fortunately, a numerous amount of our educators are resilient, creative, and determined to overcome these new challenges. Using their prior experiences and wis- dom, these...
A COVID-19 panacea in digital technologies? Challenges for democracy and higher education:Burns, R. - 2020 - Dialogues in Human Geography
Universities have transitioned to online education in order to slow the spread of COVID-19. This transition mobilizes the technological utopian imaginary that d...
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