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    Educational practices series, No. 5: Tutoring

    Description
    This booklet discusses the principles for effective tutoring including real-life goals, question and prompt, check and correct errors, discuss and praise, reading: support and review, writing: map and edit, mathematics: make it real and summarize, recruit and match partners, provide training and materials and monitor and give feedback.
    Author
    Keith Topping
    Publisher
    UNESCO International Bureau of Education (IBE)
    http://www.ibe.unesco.org/fileadmin/user_upload/archive/publications/EducationalPracticesSeriesPdf/prac05e.pdf
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    Educational practices series, No. 6: Teaching additional languages

    Description
    This booklet presents the principles for effectively teaching an additional language including comprehensible input, language opportunities, language practice, learning strategies, listening, speaking, reading, writing, grammar and comprehensible pronunciation.
    Author
    Elliot L. Judd; Lihua Tan; Herbert J. Walberg
    Publisher
    UNESCO International Bureau of Education (IBE)
    http://www.ibe.unesco.org/fileadmin/user_upload/archive/publications/EducationalPracticesSeriesPdf/prac06e.pdf
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    Educational practices series, No. 7: How children learn

    Description
    This booklet outlines the psychological principles for how children learn including active involvement, social participation, meaningful activities, relating new information to prior knowledge, being strategic, engaging in self-regulation and being reflective, restructuring prior knowledge, aiming towards understanding rather than memorization, helping students learn to transfer, taking time to practice, developmental and individual differences and creating motivated learners.
    Author
    Stella Vosniadou
    Publisher
    UNESCO International Bureau of Education (IBE)
    http://www.ibe.unesco.org/fileadmin/user_upload/archive/publications/EducationalPracticesSeriesPdf/prac07e.pdf
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    Educational practices series, No. 8: Preventing behaviour problems: what works

    Description
    This booklet provides guidance on how to effectively prevent problem behaviour in young people which parents and educators have to deal with and can influence including start prevention early, positive consequences matter, effective negative consequences matter, build skills through practice, monitor a child's behaviour, limit opportunities for misbehaviour, reduce environmental stressors, limit biological risks, discourage aggression and create appropriate norms.
    Author
    Sharon L. Foster; Patricia Brennan; Anthony Biglan; Linna Wang; Saud al-Ghaith
    Publisher
    UNESCO International Bureau of Education (IBE)
    http://www.ibe.unesco.org/fileadmin/user_upload/archive/publications/EducationalPracticesSeriesPdf/prac08e.pdf
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    Educational practices series, No. 9: Preventing HIV/AIDS in schools

    Description
    This booklet highlights the importance of providing effective education for children on HIV and AIDS to halt the spread of the infection including professional trained and actively involved educators, establish partnerships, utilize non-conventional methods of teaching, introduce open communication, innovative teaching sessions, gender-specific approaches, dealing with culturally sensitive content, the value of peer-based support, skill-based education and monitoring and evaluation.
    Author
    Inon I. Schenker; Jenny M. Nyirenda
    Publisher
    UNESCO International Bureau of Education (IBE)
    http://www.ibe.unesco.org/fileadmin/user_upload/archive/publications/EducationalPracticesSeriesPdf/prac09e.pdf
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    Experiences of learning mathematics: LearningSpace: Open University

    Description
    This module examines processes involved in teaching mathematics including the relationship between mathematical content and process and the "do-talk-record" (DTR) framework for learning mathematics. It is aimed at mathematics teachers, trainee teachers and students and is provided by the UK Open University as part of its LearningSpace, a collection of over 800 free online courses (as at July 2016).
    Publisher
    Open University
    http://www.open.edu/openlearn/education/mathematics-education/experiences-learning-mathematics/content-section-0
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    Face-to-face feedback

    Description
    This short leaflet provides practical guidance on how teachers can provide face-to-face feedback to their students, going beyond simply correcting the student's work to enable the student to develop a deeper understanding of the subject being taught.
    Publisher
    Oxford Brookes University
    http://www.brookes.ac.uk/aske/resources/index.html
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    Flexible learning strategies for out-of-school children and youth

    Description
    This document briefly introduces flexible learning strategies as an alternative method for learners to gain basic literacy and numeracy competencies and the life skills needed to thrive. It describes the benefits of flexible learning strategies, the five main concepts of flexible learning strategies and examples of country experiences of this learning strategy (including Bangladesh, India, Myanmar, Indonesia and the Philippines). This document was published by UNESCO.
    Publisher
    United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
    http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0022/002230/223023e.pdf
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    From access to equality: empowering girls and women through literacy and secondary education

    Description
    This report discusses the importance of gender equality, how far gender equality in education has developed, obstacles to its progress, the reasons for focusing on secondary education and literacy for girls and women, examples of improving education for girls and women and how to build environments for gender-sensitive and gender-responsive education. Case studies from Bangladesh, Indonesia, China, Myanmar, Cambodia, India are included. This report was published by UNESCO in 2012.
    Publisher
    United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
    http://www.unesco.org/new/en/education/resources/online-materials/single-view/news/from_access_to_equality_empowering_girls_and_women_through_literacy_and_secondary_education/#.Uzvdk6hkQ1I
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    Gender, jobs and education: prospects and realities in the Asia-Pacific

    Description
    This report examines how socio-cultural factors, education policies and practices and labour market trends each impact upon the career choice of female and male students in five countries of the Asia-Pacific region: Cambodia, Indonesia, Mongolia, Nepal and Viet Nam. This report was published by UNESCO in 2013.
    Publisher
    United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
    http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0022/002262/226218e.pdf
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    Getting the most from groupwork assessment

    Description
    This short leaflet provides practical guidance on how teachers can set up, manage and implement the assessment of groupwork after highlighting the fundamental issues and potential purposes for groupwork assessment.
    Publisher
    Oxford Brookes University
    http://www.brookes.ac.uk/aske/resources/index.html
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    How much and what kind of teaching is there in elementary education in India: evidence from three states

    Description
    This report discusses the state of primary education in India. While access to primary education has been widened considerably, learning outcomes have not improved as much as expected. The report looks at why this is the case, focusing on the quality and quantity of teacher presence and interaction with students. It highlights factors that have an impact on teacher and student availability and goes on to make suggestions for improving the situation. This report was published in 2014 by the World Bank.
    Author
    Deepa Sankar; Toby Linden
    Publisher
    The World Bank Group
    https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/handle/10986/17800
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    How to make your feedback work in three easy steps

    Description
    This short leaflet provides practical guidance on how teachers can help their students to understand the feedback they are given and actively engage the student in the assessment process to ensure students can determine how well they are doing.
    Publisher
    Oxford Brookes University
    http://www.brookes.ac.uk/aske/resources/index.html
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    ICT in teacher education: case studies from the Asia-Pacific region

    Description
    This report examines examples of teacher training programmes in the Asia-Pacific region which train teachers to be able to use information and communication technology (ICT) and to integrate ICT into their teaching to help broaden access to education and improve educational learning outcomes. The country case studies include examples from Malaysia, the Philippines, China, Bangladesh, Thailand, Indonesia and Vietnam. This report was published by UNESCO in 2007.
    Author
    Ellie Meleisea (editor)
    Publisher
    United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
    http://www.unesco.org/new/en/communication-and-information/resources/publications-and-communication-materials/publications/full-list/ict-in-teacher-education-case-studies-from-the-asia-pacific-region/
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    ICT transforming education: a regional guide

    Description
    This guide for teachers and those who train teachers discusses the use of information and communication technologies (ICT) within teaching and learning, including ICT in the world beyond the classroom, digital skills and modes of learning, ICT adoption and use, e-learning, assessing e-learning, integrating and implementing ICT, e-resources for learning, blended learning with Web 2.0 tools, web tools for teachers and changing learning environments. This guide was published by UNESCO in 2010.
    Author
    Jonathan Anderson
    Publisher
    United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
    http://www.unesco.org/new/en/communication-and-information/resources/publications-and-communication-materials/publications/full-list/ict-transforming-education-a-regional-guide/
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    Impact evaluation of three types of early childhood development interventions in Cambodia

    Description
    This report evaluates the success of three interventions designed to widen access to early childhood development services in Cambodia. The three projects involved include: formal preschools, community preschools and home-based services. It describes the challenges that these three projects faced and discusses the lessons learnt from their respective successes and failures. This report was published by the World Bank in 2013.
    Author
    Adrien Bouguen; Deon Filmer; Karen Macours; Sophie Naudeau
    Publisher
    The World Bank Group
    https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/handle/10986/15900
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    Impacts of an early stage education intervention on students' learning achievement: evidence from the Philippines

    Description
    This paper examines the impact of a large supply-side education intervention in the Philippines, the Third Elementary Education Project, on students' national achievement test scores. It analyses the results of a study into the impact of this intervention and draws a number of conclusions about its effectiveness at achieving its aim of improving student performance. This report was published by the World Bank in 2012.
    Author
    Futoshi Yamauchi; Yanyan Liu
    Publisher
    The World Bank Group
    https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/handle/10986/12078
  18. Title

    Improve your students' performance in 90 minutes

    Description
    This short leaflet provides practical guidance on several class activities that teachers can use to help students to understand what is expected of them in their assessments prior to the assessment taking place.
    Publisher
    Oxford Brookes University
    http://www.brookes.ac.uk/aske/resources/index.html
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    Innovations in non-formal education: a review of selected initiatives from the Asia-Pacific region

    Description
    This report reviews a collection of case studies on innovations in non-formal education including in the areas of functional literacy for poverty alleviation in Bangladesh and China, education for sustainable development in India, Indonesia and Thailand, learning materials in the Philippines and adult lifelong learning in Malaysia. This report was published by UNESCO in 2002.
    Publisher
    United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
    http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0012/001281/128168e.pdf
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    Instructional time loss in developing countries

    Description
    This report discusses the problem of instructional time loss in developing countries. It describes how students in developing countries are often taught for only a fraction of school hours due to informal school closures, teacher absenteeism, early departures and poor use of classroom time. It suggests methods for measuring instructional time loss and describes the effect that this instructional time loss has on student attainment. This report was published by the World Bank in 2009.
    Author
    Helen Abadzi
    Publisher
    The World Bank Group
    https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/handle/10986/4431
  21. Title

    Lesson plans for teaching about sexual and gender diversity in Thailand

    Description
    This document contains lesson plans aimed at teaching students aged 6 and above about gender stereotyping and related behaviours, the issues of exclusion and how to promote inclusion and the issue of bullying based on real or perceived sexual orientation or gender identity. It also presents guidance on how to use these lesson plans in the classroom and some facts about bullying on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity in Thailand.
    Publisher
    United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
    http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0022/002277/227707e.pdf
  22. Title

    Making peer feedback work in three easy steps

    Description
    This short leaflet provides practical guidance on how teachers can use peer feedback, in which students review the work of other students, to increase students ability to achieve and thereby enhance student learning.
    Publisher
    Oxford Brookes University
    http://www.brookes.ac.uk/aske/resources/index.html
  23. Title

    Media and information literacy curriculum for teachers

    Description
    This document outlines a set of courses (curriculum) on media and information literacy designed to be used by teachers to teach them and their students how to identify and assess the quality of information available through the media and other information providers. Part 1 introduces the curriculum rationale (including definitions and benefits of media and information literacies), its design and its main themes while Part 2 details the eleven core and non-core courses (modules) of the curriculum (including key topics, learning objectives and pedagogical approaches and activities for each course section). A glossary is also included which defines key terms used in this document. This document was published by UNESCO in 2011.
    Author
    Carolyn Wilson; Alton Grizzle; Ramon Tuazon; Kwame Akyempong; Chi-Kim Cheung
    Publisher
    United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
    http://www.unesco.org/new/en/communication-and-information/resources/publications-and-communication-materials/publications/full-list/media-and-information-literacy-curriculum-for-teachers/
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    Mentoring (Manual for facilitators and trainers) [English language]

    Description
    This manual (in English language) for facilitators and trainers is part of the Yaung Zin Competency-Based Teacher Training Programme which is designed for primary teachers in Myanmar non-state schools (primarily monastic and community schools). This mentoring programme is designed for teachers who are getting ready to be assessed for their Certificate of Competence and aims to "provide mentors with the knowledge and skills to assist newly trained teachers to effectively implement their learning from the Yaung Zin teacher training programme in their own classrooms. Mentors can help develop teachersÂ’ confidence and ability to try new approaches and engage their students in meaningful and participatory learning. The goal is to have teachers and students being productive and enjoying their teaching and learning, while using many different methods to involve and engage their students."
    Publisher
    Yaung Zin
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/t94ua0lqlg4boan/Mentoring%28Eng%29.pdf?dl=0
  25. Title

    Mentoring (Manual for facilitators and trainers) [Myanmar language]

    Description
    This manual (in Myanmar language) for facilitators and trainers is part of the Yaung Zin Competency-Based Teacher Training Programme which is designed for primary teachers in Myanmar non-state schools (primarily monastic and community schools). This mentoring programme is designed for teachers who are getting ready to be assessed for their Certificate of Competence and aims to "provide mentors with the knowledge and skills to assist newly trained teachers to effectively implement their learning from the Yaung Zin teacher training programme in their own classrooms. Mentors can help develop teachersÂ’ confidence and ability to try new approaches and engage their students in meaningful and participatory learning. The goal is to have teachers and students being productive and enjoying their teaching and learning, while using many different methods to involve and engage their students."
    Publisher
    Yaung Zin
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/pm27lrfvrd1yopp/Mentoring%28Myan%29.pdf?dl=0

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