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Wheels of Change: Transforming Girls’ Lives with Bicycles (No. 15076; IZA Discussion Papers)Fiala, N., Garcia-Hernandez, A., Narula, K., & Prakash, N. - 2022 - Institute of Labor Economics (IZA)
Reducing the gender gap in education is a primary goal for many countries. Two major challenges for many girls are the distance to school and their safety when commuting to school. In Zambia, we studied the impact of providing a bicycle to a school-going girl who lives more than 3 km from the school. We randomized whether a girl received a bicycle with a small cost to her family to cover replacement parts, a bicycle where these costs are covered by the program, and therefore is zero cost to...
Data Collection Report: OECS Declaration on Education Statement (Academic Recovery Programme Phase II No. 7)Gonsalves, S.-L., Regis, C., & Haßler, B. - 2022 - Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States
OECS Education Forum Meeting Report (Academic Recovery Programme Phase II No. 5)Gonsalves, S.-L., Regis, C., & Haßler, B. - 2022 - Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States
Pitch Deck: Academic Recovery Programme Phase II (Academic Recovery Programme Phase II No. 3)Gonsalves, S.-L., Regis, C., & Haßler, B. - 2022 - Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States
Revised Programme Brief (Academic Recovery Programme Phase II No. 4)Gonsalves, S.-L., Regis, C., & Haßler, B. - 2022 - Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States
ARP Phase I Implementation Progress Report (Academic Recovery Programme Phase II No. 2)Gonsalves, S.-L., Regis, C., Megha-Bongnkar, G., & Haßler, B. - 2022 - Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States
OECS Declaration on Education Statement (Academic Recovery Programme Phase II No. 6)Gonsalves, S.-L., Regis, C., Theeb, T. A., & Haßler, B. - 2022 - Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States
Revised Programme Description (Academic Recovery Programme Phase II No. 1)Gonsalves, S.-L., Regis, C., Villavicencio, X., & Haßler, B. - 2022 - Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States
Special COVID-19 report (Academic Recovery Programme Phase II No. 9)Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States - 2022 - Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States
Costed Implementation Plan (Academic Recovery Programme Phase II No. 8)Vijil, A., & Haßler, B. - 2022 - Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States
Technology Use for Teacher Professional Development in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: Recommendations for policy from a systematic review [Policy Brief]D’Angelo, S., Hennessy, S., Kreimeia, A., … Zubairi, A. - 2022 - EdTech Hub
An output of the EdTech Hub, https://edtechhub.org
Developing a Proof of Concept for a Regional Learning Hub for Eastern and Southern Africa Part 5: Final report [Technical Report]Groeneveld, C., Michels, G., & Kaye, T. - 2022 - EdTech Hub
In 2021 the UNICEF Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Office (ESARO), UNESCO, UNHCR, the Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE) and EdTech Hub began collaborating to develop a Regional Learning Hub (RLH). The aim of the RLH is to create a platform to provide teaching and learning content aligned to the curricula of different countries in the region that is appropriate to local contexts. The RLH is envisaged as a platform where digital learning content has been...
Undergraduate-level teaching and learning approaches for interprofessional education in the health professions: a systematic reviewAldriwesh, M. G., Alyousif, S. M., & Alharbi, N. S. - 2022 - BMC Medical Education, 22(1), 13
Although most systematic reviews of interprofessional education (IPE) evaluated the impact of IPE on the students’ acquisition of knowledge in relation to other professions, the development of teamwork skills, and the changes in collaborative behaviour, the processes involved in IPE (i.e., approaches to teaching and learning) are under-researched. The purpose of the study was to conduct a systematic review to establish how IPE has been implemented in university-based undergraduate curricula,...
Pedagogies of embodiment in physical education – a literature reviewAartun, I., Walseth, K., Standal, Ø. F., & Kirk, D. - 2022 - Sport, Education and Society, 27(1), 1–13
Physical education puts the body center stage. Embodiment has emerged as a concept that broadens the focus on the body beyond the dualistic natural scientific point of view. Research into embodied learning and embodiment has had various focuses, including the sociological aspects of embodiment and the embodied experiences of students. This article is a literature review of peer-reviewed empirical studies aiming to explore empirical research on pedagogies of embodiment in physical education....
Evaluating and enhancing quality in higher education teaching practice: a meta- reviewHarrison, R., Meyer, L., Rawstorne, P., … Balasooriya, C. - 2022 - Studies in Higher Education, 47(1), 80–96
High-quality teaching is central to the higher education sector. Its pursuit has become heightened with increasing competition across institutions and opportunities to study globally through various modes. This systematic meta-review provides a synthesis of evidence relating to the methods used to assess and enhance the quality of teaching practice within higher education. Key words, synonyms and subject headings were used to search six electronic databases between January 2009 and August...
Review of Learning Tools for Effective Radiology Education During the COVID-19 EraChen, D., Ayoob, A., Desser, T. S., & Khurana, A. - 2022 - Academic Radiology, 29(1), 129–136
Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has significantly disrupted medical education around the world and created the risk of students missing vital education and experience previously held within actively engaging in-person activities by switching to online leaning and teaching activities. To retain educational yield, active learning strategies, such as microlearning and visual learning tools are increasingly utilized in the new digital format. This article will introduce the challenges of a...
A review of research on teacher competencies in higher educationDervenis, C., Fitsilis, P., & Iatrellis, O. - 2022 - Quality Assurance in Education, 30(2), 199–220
Purpose The purpose of this paper is to thoroughly assemble, analyze and synthesize previous research to investigate and identify teaching staff competencies derived from the roles and tasks attributed to university professors. Design/methodology/approach In this literature review, the authors looked at both the conceptual framework exploring the educational concepts and the learning theories focusing on teaching staff roles and competencies in higher education. Thirty-nine scientific papers...
Knowledge hiding behavior in higher education institutions: a scientometric analysis and systematic literature review approachFauzi, M. A. - 2022 - Journal of Knowledge Management, ahead-of-print(ahead-of-print)
Purpose The purpose of this paper is to systematically review knowledge hiding (KH) behavior in higher education institutions (HEIs). KH is regarded as an unethical and antisocial behavior by many scholars, which should not be prevalent in HEIs. Design/methodology/approach A two-phase analysis through quantitative scientometric analysis and qualitative systematic literature review method through the preferred reporting items for systematic reviews and meta-analyses (PRISMA) model was...
Sustainability in engineering education: A review of learning outcomesGutierrez-Bucheli, L., Kidman, G., & Reid, A. - 2022 - Journal of Cleaner Production, 330, 129734
Although UNESCO and the UN's Sustainable Development Goals have articulated the critical role of engineering in achieving sustainable forms of development, there remains the need to analyze the design, features, and nature of sustainability-focused initiatives in engineering education. To date, few studies have identified the main knowledge gaps in this sector of higher education. At the same time, there is no known research exploring student and graduate learning outcomes in particular...
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