ICT for Education and LearningSPIDER's programme on ICT for education and learning focuses on student centric learning, where the emphasis is on access to ICT based open learning, and capacity building of teachers.
Education is a fundamental human right and it enables people to take part of society and lift themselves out of poverty. Spider works with institutions of learning and organizations to improve quality of education in and outside the classroom with ICTs. The programme will address literacy, numeracy, vocational skills and problem solving learning. Projects must be contextualized and consistent with national curricular requirements in partner countries.
The programme is embedded in the 17 Sustainable Development Goals and the main goal is number 4: Ensuring inclusive and equitable education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.
It will be focusing on student centric learning, where the emphasis will be on access to ICT based open learning, making digital content available and accessible over time, and the capacity building of teachers.
The programme approach enables SPIDER partners to use outputs from previous projects as inputs to new ones to learn from previous experiences and not start from scratch with every project. Our networks provides additional value by creating a venue for knowledge sharing for enhanced results and collaboration.
Aggregated results for the Education and Learning Programme
The results for the programme Education and Learning is public and can be viewed here.
AKVO RSR is a digital reporting platform that enables all parties, stakeholders and the general public access and view the progress and results (outputs and outcomes) of projects being undertaken by organisations (be it as funders or as implementers). In addition to ensuring the adherence to international standards and transparency, it ensures impact optimisation as performance can easily be cross-checked or cross-accessed by the public (target audience and funders inclusive).
Results for each project
- E-Learning and Multimedia Technology for Mathematics and Basic Health education in Nakivale Refugee Camp, Uganda - Mathematics and Language through the use of ICT4D in the Municipality of Uncia, Northern Potosi, Bolivia. - iRebero Smart Community: Driving Employability and Self-Sufficiency through an ICT Ecosystem Model - Enhancing Early Grade Literacy and Numeracy Using Digital Content among Primary Schools in Refugee-Villages in Nyarugusu Camp, Kigoma Tanzania - Open access policy development in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda to make more digital content available - Digitalising the Ugandan Sign Language - Let us learn to teach using ICTs