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  • Numeracy

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Event Recordings, Materials, and E-Courses

Using Mobile Devices for Numeracy in Pakistan

By: Dr. Imran Zualkernan 

February 4, 2014

The February numeracy webinar, led by Dr. Imran Zualkernan and Ms. Sehar Taimoor, explains the theory of change that stipulates that numeracy in marginalized communities can be improved by a holistic real-time approach with a tight feedback loop that addresses children, parents and the community simultaneously.

Numeracy|ICT

Region: Pakistan

Topics

  • Numeracy

Resource Type

Event Recordings, Materials, and E-Courses

Numeracy COP Monthly Webinar

By: Save the Children/GIZ

February 1, 2014

The Numeracy Community of Practice hosts periodic webinars on different topics related to Numeracy and Learning.

Numeracy Webinar

Region: Global

Topics

  • Policy Issues

Resource Type

Event Recordings, Materials, and E-Courses

Advocacy & Campaigning Course

By: Save the Children, Open University

January 1, 2014

This course will introduce you to how Save the Children campaigns and advocates for breakthroughs in the way the world treats children.

Advocacy|Communication

Region: Global

Topics

  • Testing and Assessment

Resource Type

Tools/Toolkits

2014 Tools for Civil Society-Led Learning Assessments

By: Various

January 1, 2014

The People's Action for Learning (PAL) provides 2013 and 2014 assessment forms, trainer manuals, and more for major citizen-led learning assessments in India, Pakistan, Uganda, Tanzania, Mali, Senegal, and Mexico.

Parent Involvement|Community Engagement

Topics

  • Testing and Assessment

Resource Type

Tools/Toolkits

Bookly

By: Native VML

January 1, 2014

Bookly is an easy-to-use Mxit app that is fully equipped with all the features of more advanced, electronic readers, including: (1) allowing users to browse books by name, author, or genre; (2) saving their progress as a bookmark, (3) creating their own virtual bookshelf to store books, and (4) g

Books|Reading to Learn|Reading Materials

Region: South Africa

Topics

  • Teachers and Teaching
  • Language of Instruction
  • Text and Materials

Resource Type

Event Recordings, Materials, and E-Courses

Reading Essentials

By: Helen Abadzi

January 1, 2014

This course presents reading from the perspective of cognitive science. It covers all aspects of basic literacy: from visual perception to automaticity, from teacher training to project implementation and selection of specialists.

Reading to Learn|Early literacy|Impact evaluations

Region: Global

Topics

  • Testing and Assessment
  • Numeracy

Resource Type

Tools/Toolkits

EGMA Toolkit

By: RTI International

January 1, 2014

This 57-page resource document provides detailed information on how to develop and implement early grade mathematics assessments (EGMA).

EGMA|Early Grade Math|Student Assessments

Region: Global

Topics

  • Numeracy

Resource Type

Event Recordings, Materials & E-Courses

India’s Sesame Street Discoverer’s Club

By: Richa Shukla

December 18, 2013

The December numeracy webinar of the Global Partnership for Education ahowcases India’s Sesame Street Discoverer’s Club. The program is a hands-on program mapped to India’s math curriculum for lower primary grades in India.

Numeracy Webinar|Numeracy

Region: India

Topics

  • Teachers and Teaching
  • Numeracy

Resource Type

Event Recordings, Materials & E-Courses

Improving Basic Mathematical Concepts Through Mathematical Laboratorie

By: Kamal Herath

November 6, 2013

The November numeracy webinar showcases a play-based learning math program in Sri Lanka known as Math Labs program. Kamal Herath, learning advisor for Plan Sri Lanka, presents approaches from the Math Labs program that support early numeracy skills development.

Region: Sri Lanka

Topics

  • Testing and Assessment

Resource Type

Event Recordings, Materials & E-Courses

Evaluating the Technical Adequacy of Early Grade Mathematics Assessment

By: Leanne Ketterlin Geller

October 2, 2013

The October numeracy webinar of the Global Partnership for Education focuses on quality early grade mathematics assessments. Dr. Leanne Ketterlin Geller, Associate Professor and Director of Research in Mathematics Education at Southern Methodist University, United States, talks about technically adequate early grade mathematics measures that are used in a developing country context.

Numeracy|Numeracy Webinar

Region: Global

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