Digital Learning: Reforming Teacher Education to Promote Access, Equity and Quality in Sub-Saharan Africa
The purpose of this report is to provide an overview of the present and future impact of digital learning on teacher education in Sub-Saharan Africa. The focus of the report is student-teachers and teachers, and its central argument is that existing institutional structures will be insufficient to meet the scale of demand for well-prepared, qualified teachers. The report describes digitally enhanced programme innovations that can be identified in many institutions across the region, as well as three phases to full-scale adoption of new digital technologies.
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Distance education and open learning in Sub-Saharan Africa: Criteria and conditions for quality and critical success factors South African Institute for Distance Education (SAIDE) (Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 2002)ADEA (2002, 2003) notes that with increasing demand for access to educational opportunities at all levels, and often decreasing budgets in real terms for educational provision, there has been a growing interest in sub-Saharan ...
ODL and ICTs for Teacher Development in Sub-Saharan Africa: the Experience of the Commonwealth of Learning Daniel, John; Menon, Mohan (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2005-09-01)BOCODOL WORKSHOP, Gaborone, Botswana, 1 September, 2005, ODL and ICTs for Teacher Development in Sub-Saharan Africa: the Experience of the Commonwealth of Learning By: Sir John Daniel & Mohan Menon, Commonwealth of Learning ...
Aguti, Jessica (Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 2014-11-06)Presentation slides from a presentation given at the Berlin Workshop, 6-7 November 2014. Presented by Dr. Jessica Aguti, Education Specialist, Teacher Education, Commonwealth of Learning. In preparation for the WDR, an ...