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Five big questions for the new term

This article was written by Steve Besley for Oriel Square and originally published on the Oriel Square website on 22nd July 2020.   The UK Government has released a huge amount of information for schools in recent weeks. Here, Steve Besley looks at five of the most recent to see what they mean. Back to school, but questions […]

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A positive outcome in the time of Covid-19 through the use of WhatsApp in Zimbabwe

This blog post was written by Clare Woodward (Lecturer in International Education at The Open University) with contributions from Stephen Harrison and Clare Tope (academics in Education and Youth Studies), as well as other colleagues at the Open University and partner organisations. It’s a sunny morning and I’m just getting ready to co-facilitate a 2-hour […]

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How prepared are teachers to deal with “learning lag” of students?

This article was written by Rammohan Khanapurkar, a public policy researcher with an MA in Education and International Development from UCL; Ketan Dandare and Shalini Bhorkar, PhD candidates at the UCL Institute of Education. Here, they evaluate an online teachers’ development programme conducted from a remote village targeting rural teachers during the coronavirus lockdown in […]

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High-speed quality research services

Education Development Trust are one of UKFIET’s member organisations. This article, published on their website, showcases a series of evidence reports recently published for the DFID-funded EdTech Hub and K4D programmes. It also outlines their approach to pivoting their high speed research support during these times of a global pandemic, when more evidence is needed. […]

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