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Geetha Murali Apr 17
The team's all here for ! Lessons learned, lessons shared bring us that much closer to eradicating illiteracy and gender inequality in education.
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Conrad Hughes Apr 16
Another great day at CIES 2019, San Francisco. My panel presentation takeaway: we need to empower learners with the dispositions, knowledge and skills to thrive in the world of VUCA. Don't fall in the "we don't need to know much because algorithms know everything" trap.
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David Archer Apr 17
Session at on the makes it clear how important and ground-breaking these guiding principles are on the human rights obligations of States to provide public education and regulate private involvement
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UN Girls' Education Initiative Apr 18
in education is not only about getting into school, but it's about what happens in classrooms to enable girls & boys to benefit equally. We need education systems that are gender-responsive by design →
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Francine Menashy Apr 18
Giving a shout out to all those who managed to attend while dealing with logistics of kids on school vacation. Really, anyone with people (and animals:) at home they are caring for. Not nothing to be here. Hope it was worth it for all.
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Alisa Phillips Apr 18
⁩ and ⁦ getting ready to wrap up with an exciting day of presentations on edtech for literacy, community buy in to support literacy in Rwanda and mobilizing parents and volunteers for children’s literacy in Mozambique
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Noah Sobe Apr 20
looking forward to seeing everyone in Miami next year (March 22-26) - thanks for the amazing "Beyond the Human" theme and invitation to think well beyond
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Sylvain Aubry Apr 18
Striking to see how the private sector is entering the public education system through involvement in management and curriculum in Brazil, and in the Latin America region. For what purpose?
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Antonia Wulff Apr 16
Inspiring session on rethinking in light of climate crisis - & the guy next to me is busy booking his next intercontinental flight...
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Hopolang Selebalo Apr 15
Panel discussion on post-school youth activism in SA, Nigeria and Burkina Faso. Youth struggles against power and capitalism in tertiary institutions.
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Solange Lalonde Apr 17
Are we asking the right questions in education: Whose voice is it? Whose voice is missing? How do we inspire and not impose? Our collective work has greater impact when every project starts with "we" and not "they" - quality education is a collective endeavour
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Maryam Akmal Apr 16
The market for learning assessments in important but unregulated and inefficient: monopolistic competition, v little consumer info, not transparently priced, says Luis Crouch
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CIES LCSE Apr 17
We have a full house in our SIG's highlighted session: Encounters with the Other: A Critical Discourse Analysis of the OECD’s Framework for Global Competency
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CIE at Oxford Apr 17
44% of academic papers published in English have a Chinese author
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Steffi Elizabeth Thomas Apr 17
First generation learners tend to face larger disadvantages in learning. Therefore, while trying to enhance learning, it is important that the sepcific disadvantages are addressed separately.
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Jennifer Bowser Gerst Apr 17
During the past 10 years, the number of children's books for instruction in local languages has grown exponentially. Room to Read, School-to-School and Creative Associates shared their book development experiences in Rwanda, Niger and Mozambique.
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Creso Sá Apr 16
Colleague analyzing internationalization of higher ed through the lens of sociological neo-institutionalism
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UNESCO Prospects Apr 16
“Its dangerous to think that because you can access information online that you need to know less.” - inspires participants at
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GlobalReadingNetwork Apr 17
“When I think about coaching...it’s not just about collecting data, it’s about providing feedback and the support these teachers need.” - Coaching to Improve Early Grade Instruction discussant Ashley Clayton Hertz
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PAL Network Apr 18
Children who are not in the age-appropriate grade are less likely to learn.
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