MENA higher education pedagogy, technology and the refugee experience : sustainable learning pathways to teacher digital fluency
New York: Carey Institute for Global Good. Center for Learning in Practice، 2021
Geneva: Connected Learning in Crisis Consortium، 2021
Rensselaerville . New York. United States of America. Carey Institute for Global Good. Center for Learning in Practice. . email@example.com. https://learning.careyinstitute.org/.
. Geneva. Switzerland. Connected Learning in Crisis Consortium. . https://connectedlearning4refugees.org/.
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|الواصفات||Higher education - Academic teaching personnel - Career development - Teaching methods - Educational technology - Refugee education - Egypt - Jordan - Lebanon|
The Center for Learning in Practice at the Carey Institute for Global Good, UNHCR, and the Connected Learning in Crisis Consortium have joined together to strengthen capacity in the MENA region for faculty to understand and effectively use digital pedagogies, with particular consideration for refugees. The report shows our findings and analysis after engaging faculty from Egypt, Jordan, and Lebanon to report their experiences. The project ran during the Covid-19 health crisis from June 17–November 30, 2020. The objective was to deliver a framework for faculty professional development, and a blueprint for action- for delivering inclusive, digitally mediated pedagogies in the MENA context, with special consideration for refugees. (Published abstract)
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