In recognition of International Literacy Day, ACR GCD will present the findings and lessons learned from 11 EdTech pilot projects funded by ACR GCD from 2014-2017, spotlighted in our new report, Technology-Based Innovations to Improve Early Grade Reading Outcomes in Developing Countries.
Antura and the Letters and Feed the Monster—the winning apps from our EduApp4Syria competition—instigated a new era in utilizing digital gaming to improve literacy and psychosocial wellbeing outcomes for children. Both games have undergone a rigorous impact evaluation. The results have just been released and will be shared in this webinar.
See ACR GCD’s presentation on the lack of appropriate reading materials in mother languages – a crisis known as the Book Desert – in the Author’s Cafe on March 28.
Witness the groundbreaking work done in the Games for Change community over the last 15 years and hear from leading experts about the future of the games for good sector. Learn more here.
Under the theme, “Skills for a connected world,” participants will exchange knowledge about the ways governments and other stakeholders can define and achieve the skills-related targets of Sustainable Development Goal 4. Learn more here.
All Children Reading: A Grand Challenge for Development will present on shared-value partnerships, and technology and innovation in making sign language accessible to all children. Learn more here.
Researchers, students, practitioners and policy makers will gather to discuss this year’s theme, “Remapping Global Education: North-South Dialogue.” Learn more here.
All Children Reading: A Grand Challenge for Development is coordinating the first-ever education track at this year’s annual meeting.
The track, titled Accelerating Development Through Breakthrough Global Education Innovations, will feature sessions focused on
Leveraging technology to ensure every child learns to read and is healthy
All Children Reading: Getting local language books to children
Tackling barriers to girls education: innovation and scale
What’s next for girls education: a vision for 2030
Harnessing the power of technology and media for education
If you will be attending this invitation-only event, we hope you’ll join our sessions.