Impact of Digital Resources in Education

Impact of Digital Resources in Education

Are digital resources making an impact in education?


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chris macrae's picture
chris macrae
there are 2 types of education -type 2 is where like wise's first laureate (the partners of sir fazle abed www.brac.tv out of bangladesh and through global adolescent girls clubs) education for the poorest is community-livelihoods and development connected not just classroom examining of individual children, @wise type2 and UNAI hub: edutech is becoming an even greater startup hope than fintech - https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/best-news-we-free-scots-have-ever-heard-chris-macrae/ witness jack ma's acquisition last week of 20% of brac's bkash. Ultimately china has both a selfish and selfless need to make edutech work across all www.BRI.school nations racing to sustainability- it has half a billion under 30s needing livelihoods plus elders with relatively little social security other than their current one child per family tree; china wants to work with those of its neighbors or traders who have most urgent sustainbility goals needs like girls empowerment (eg modi india) and climate- clearly only edutech can be in time to replicate apps and solutions- as first mapped 33 years ago these are the most exciting times because communities need everyone with skills to be a lifelong teacher and learner http://www.erworld.tv/id514.html chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk www.economistdiary.com
reply - Apr 29, 2018
Jon Beard's picture
Jon Beard
That would be 15-25%
reply - Mar 19, 2018
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Jon Beard
Hi, I'm with Knowledge Network Solutions (KNS) working with technology in education for 20 years. Often ask groups of educators - what % utilization of your currently available instructional technology is impacting your students in a positive way academically? Answers are generally between 15-15%. We believe the critical success factors are - proper assessment of current utilization and planning with key stakeholders in 5 critical areas (curriculum, infrastructure, support, professional learning and roll-out. Planning must be measurable with expected outcomes using a spreadsheet of strategies and actions for each objective required for meeting the planning goal. Jon Beard - jonb@knowledgenetworksolutions.com www.knowledgenetworksolutions.com
reply - Mar 19, 2018