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Using Technology to Deliver Educational Services to Children and Youth in Environments Affected by Crisis and/or Conflict
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Author: USAID
Publication Date: December 2013

Description: The goal of this paper is two-fold: (1) to compile and review illuminating case studies of technology- supported interventions to deliver education services that promote equitable access to children and youth in environments affected by crisis and/or conflict; and (2) to provide recommendations for the design and implementation of technology-supported education interventions. The intended audience is education program planners in developing countries, particularly those affected by conflict or crisis.

Through a country case study approach, this report examines three types of educational technology programs, specifically:
– Mobile phone-based delivery of educational content for improving student learning, aimed at
both students and teachers;
– Internet-enabled computer labs supporting K-12 education and youth employment-focused
training; and
– Interactive Radio Instruction (IRI) in primary education.

In addition, the report provides a discussion of certain emerging educational technologies (e.g. tablets).

To access the resource, please click here “Using Technology to Deliver Educational Services to Children and Youth in Environments Affected by Crisis and/or Conflict.”


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