Technology has played a key part in maintaining the continuity of education in region during the past two years of disruption’ some solutions and tech intervention has been more successful than others. The TIESEA project team have conducted diagnostic assessments and analyses in each of the four project countries of: Cambodia, Indonesia, the Philippines and Viet Nam. On the basis of the reports from these analyses the project is currently implementing pilot studies in each country focusing on local needs and capacity building.
The pilot studies will have been completed by October 2023, and the team hopes to be able to report the findings at BETT Asia 2023.
Many of the issues related to successful EdTech interventions in the region center upon local capacity: both in terms of the skills and eReadiness of teachers and learners, and in relation to access to both devices and quality digital resources.
- The reports from the four project partner countries will be shared and general conclusions reached
- The session will outline the local situation, country by country, and seek to demonstrate how the project interventions can overcome obstacles in order to maximise the contribution that EdTech can make to both students’ achievement and the quality of learning in the region.
- An expert panel, comprising of leading industry experts, senior government leaders and TIESEA project staff will share their views and experiences and seek to generate some universal truths that underpin successful EdTech interventions globally.
AWS Presentation by Vatsun Thirapatarapong
ELSA Presentation by Michael Ngo
KOOMPI Presentation by Rithy Thul