Technology-enabled Innovation in Education in Southeast Asia

Across the four countries of Cambodia, Indonesia, Philippines, and Viet Nam, this new ADB-funded project aims to break the mould for EdTech interventions in education systems. The focus is on the impact on learning, scalability and sustainability. The aim is to bridge and not deepen the digital divide, by creating solutions that are relevant, accessible, and affordable for all learners.

Cambodia

កម្ពុជា

Indonesia

Republik Indonesia

Philippines

Republika ng Pilipinas

Viet Nam

Việt Nam

News

How to Recover Learning Losses from COVID-19 School Closures in Asia and the PacificRead more +11 August 2022 By admin in Related Content

How to Recover Learning Losses from COVID-19 School Closures in Asia and the Pacific

If left unaddressed, these learning losses threaten to create a generation of students with diminished lifetime economic prospects, which in turn will lower future individual and national productivity. The brief…
Learning loss, School Recovery and the Education FuturesRead more +04 August 2022 By admin in Blog, Related Content

Learning loss, School Recovery and the Education Futures

As part of its regular online briefings the ADB, in July, published How to Recover Learning Losses from COVID-19 School Closures in Asia and the Pacific[1], the paper makes a…
Online Learning StrategyRead more +01 June 2022 By Michael Lightfoot in Blog

Summary thoughts from the sessions

Each country has articulated a good vision. For example: But even where the centre has got it right they have issues with local government and schools / teachers understanding and…

Related Content

How to Recover Learning Losses from COVID-19 School Closures in Asia and the PacificRead more +11 August 2022 By admin in Related Content

How to Recover Learning Losses from COVID-19 School Closures in Asia and the Pacific

If left unaddressed, these learning losses threaten to create a generation of students with diminished lifetime economic prospects, which in turn will lower future individual and national productivity. The brief…
Learning loss, School Recovery and the Education FuturesRead more +04 August 2022 By admin in Blog, Related Content

Learning loss, School Recovery and the Education Futures

As part of its regular online briefings the ADB, in July, published How to Recover Learning Losses from COVID-19 School Closures in Asia and the Pacific[1], the paper makes a…
Strategy 2030Read more +14 April 2022 By ADB in News, Related Content

Strategy 2030: Achieving a Prosperous, Inclusive, Resilient, and Sustainable Asia and the Pacific

Asia and the Pacific has made great strides in poverty reduction and economic growth in the past 50 years. ADB has been a key partner in the significant transformation of…

Reports

Read more +11 May 2022 By admin in All Reports, Cambodia All Reports, Cambodia Reports, Indonesia All Reports, Indonesia Reports, Philippines All Reports, Philippines Reports, Reports, Vietnam All Reports, Vietnam Reports

Report on Knowledge Sharing and Ideation Country Workshops and Regional Workshop April 2022

The aim of the TIESEA project is to identify what works in Education Technology (EdTech) in the context of the four countries where the project is operating: Cambodia, Indonesia, Philippines,…
Asian child using smartphone at homeRead more +11 May 2022 By admin in All Reports, Reports, Vietnam All Reports, Vietnam Reports

Diagnostic Assessment Report – Viet Nam Country Report March 2022

Viet Nam’s K-12 sector consists of more than 15.8 million students (8 million in primary, 5.3 million in lower secondary, and 2.5 million in upper secondary) General education (grade 1-12)…
Read more +11 May 2022 By admin in All Reports, Philippines All Reports, Philippines Reports, Reports

Diagnostic Assessment Report – Philippines Country Report March 2022

Based on the five pillars of the ADB EdTech Readiness Framework, this report describes the current situation of education in Philippines in general, with a specific focus on how EdTech…

The grant fund for the TIESEA project was received from the Japan Fund for Prosperous and Resilient Asia and the Pacific financed by the Government of Japan through the Asian Development Bank and implemented by IBF International Consulting/Learning Possibilities Joint Venture

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