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    Reduce the risk of plagiarism in just 30 minutes

    Description
    This short leaflet provides practical guidance on how teachers can help to encourage student learning and prevent students providing other's work as their own (plagiarism) through the design of the assessment task.
    Publisher
    Oxford Brookes University
    http://www.brookes.ac.uk/aske/resources/index.html
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    Regulating private tutoring for public good: policy options for supplementary education in Asia

    Description
    This report recommends the regulation of private supplementary tutoring, based on examples of tutoring practices in Asia where private tutoring is prevalent. It provides a description of the tutoring sector, explains what, why and who should be regulated, what regulations there should be for different types of tutors and how the regulations could be implemented. This report was published by CERC in 2014.
    Author
    Mark Bray; Ora Kwo
    Publisher
    Comparative Education Research Center (CERC); United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
    http://www.unescobkk.org/education/news/article/regulating-private-tutoring-for-public-good/
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    Role of play in children's learning: LearningSpace: Open University

    Description
    This intermediate module focuses on the value of play in education. The module examines the role of play in the curriculum, the value of play, the role of adults in children's play, what play means to children and cultural approaches to play. It is aimed at teachers and is expected to take fifteen hours to complete. The module 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/professional-development-education/the-role-play-childrens-learning/content-section-0
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    School based management in Lao PDR: current conditions and recommendations for the future

    Description
    This report presents a framework that explains how school block grants (SBGs), which gives provinces, districts and schools greater administrative control, can improve education quality, drawing on lessons from international experience and identifying challenges and potential risks to successful implementation of the program. This report was published by WorldBank in 2014.
    Publisher
    The World Bank Group
    https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/handle/10986/16715
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    Student learning in South Asia: challenges, opportunities and policy priorities

    Description
    This report introduces the subject of education and educational attainment in South Asia. It provides a recent history of developments within education, including a substantial increase in access to education across the region. This, it argues, has not been accompanies by an improvement in educational attainment. It analyses the evidence and goes on to suggest why this might be the case, as well as making a number of recommendations for policies that it argues would improve learning outcomes. This report was published by the World Bank in 2014.
    Author
    Halil Dundar; Tara Beteille; Michelle Riboud; Anil Deolalikar
    Publisher
    The World Bank Group
    https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/handle/10986/18407
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    Teacher’s workbook for mentoring (for teachers and mentors) [English language]

    Description
    This workbook (in English language) is designed for primary teachers in Myanmar non-state schools (primarily monastic and community schools, aims to assist newly trained teachers keep track of their development and take note of their progress during the mentoring process.Following the formal mentoring process with trainers, teachers are encouraged to form partnerships with their teaching peers to regularly reflect on their teaching and professional learning. These pairs can then work together to create exciting learning activities and environments for their students, and collaboratively solve any problems that emerge and identifying pathways for improvement.
    Publisher
    Yaung Zin
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/5avd7hducothzcl/Workbook%28Eng%29.pdf?dl=0
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    Teacher’s workbook for mentoring (for teachers and mentors) [Mayanmar language]

    Description
    This workbook (in Mayanmar language) is designed for primary teachers in Myanmar non-state schools (primarily monastic and community schools, aims to assist newly trained teachers keep track of their development and take note of their progress during the mentoring process.Following the formal mentoring process with trainers, teachers are encouraged to form partnerships with their teaching peers to regularly reflect on their teaching and professional learning. These pairs can then work together to create exciting learning activities and environments for their students, and collaboratively solve any problems that emerge and identifying pathways for improvement.
    Publisher
    Yaung Zin
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/uq39wjdhxec5n8p/Workbook%28Myan%29.pdf?dl=0
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    Transforming education: the power of ICT policies

    Description
    This document discusses the technological, economic and social contexts for educational ICT policy, a framework for ICT policies to transform education and using ICT policy to transform education. It includes a number of case studies, including Singapore's improvements to its ICT infrastructure and implementation of its ICT in Education Master Plans. This document was published by UNESCO in 2011.
    Publisher
    United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
    http://www.unesco.org/new/en/education/resources/online-materials/single-view/news/transforming_education_the_power_of_ict_policies-1/#.UzvXE6hkQ1I
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    Transforming Indonesia's teaching force, Vol 1: Executive summary

    Description
    This is the executive summary of a report on transforming Indonesia's teaching force. It summarises a number of key findings from a study into teacher management. It begins by describing some concerns about the standard of teaching in Indonesia and why teaching quality is important for improving student performance. It then goes on to describe the current challenges in attracting qualified candidates to become teachers and then concludes by making a number of policy recommendations that it argues would go some way to improving teaching quality in Indonesia. This report was published by the World Bank in 2010.
    Author
    The World Bank Group
    Publisher
    The World Bank Group
    https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/handle/10986/2852
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    Transforming Indonesia's teaching force, Vol 2: From pre-service training to retirement - producing and maintaining a high-quality, efficient and motivated workforce

    Description
    This report provides a detailed introduction to teacher management reforms in Indonesia. It describes the concept of teacher management and why it has become so important in Indonesia and then goes on to analyse the characteristics of the Indonesian teaching force. It discusses the need to attract high quality teachers and then keep them by that they are motivated and supported by their schools. The report concludes by making a number of policy recommendations for improving teacher management and the quality of teaching in Indonesian schools. This report was published by the World Bank in 2010.
    Author
    The World Bank Group
    Publisher
    The World Bank Group
    https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/handle/10986/2853
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    Twenty one assemblies for primary schools

    Description
    This document contains lesson plans for 21 assemblies for children ages 5-11 with a focus on child rights and special days of the year which support articles from the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. They feature stories from around the world and include suggestions for pupil participation.
    http://www.unicef.org.uk/Education/Resources-Overview/Resources/Primary-School-Assemblies/
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    UNESCO ICT competency framework for teachers

    Description
    This document provides an outline of the information and communications technology (ICT) competencies that teachers should develop to be able to teach their students to become effective learners through using ICT. The specific areas taught are understanding ICT in education, curriculum and assessment, pedagogy, ICT, organization and administration and teacher professional learning. This document was published in 2011.
    Publisher
    United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
    http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0021/002134/213475e.pdf
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    Using generic feedback effectively

    Description
    This short leaflet provides practical guidance on how teachers can provide generic feedback to their students which involves providing the whole class with feedback on their overall strengths and weaknesses and asking students to evaluate their own work before providing them with individual feedback.
    Publisher
    Oxford Brookes University
    http://www.brookes.ac.uk/aske/resources/index.html
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    Using visualisation in maths teaching: LearningSpace: Open University

    Description
    This intermediate module examines the use of visualisation when teaching mathematics. It includes classroom activities. The module is expected to take six hours to complete 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).
    Author
    Ronnie Goldstein; Alan Bloomfield
    Publisher
    Open University
    http://www.open.edu/openlearn/education/using-visualisation-maths-teaching/content-section-0
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    Visual and linguistic factors in literacy acquisition: instructional implications for beginning readers in low-income countries

    Description
    This report discusses methods of improving literacy teaching for beginning readers in low income countries. It highlights some key barriers to effective literacy teaching in these countries, including poor quality textbooks, large class sizes and multilingual students. It cites a number of studies on acquisition of reading and comprehension skills and the conclusions it draws from this literature review provides guidance for good practice in teaching literacy. This report was published by the World Bank in 2013.
    Author
    Chiara Valeria Marinelli; Marialuisa Martelli; Prachayani Praphamontripong; Pierluigi Zoccolotti; Helen Abadzi
    Publisher
    The World Bank Group
    https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/handle/10986/16244

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