Can new technology sustainably improve quality in state language education?

Presentations by Hornby scholars around how technology is improving the quality of education in different countries.

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1 hour 15 minutes

About this event

New technology has the potential to provide education systems with new solutions to issues of quality in teaching and learning. This presentation will investigate how technology is being used in the very different contexts of Zimbabwe, Nigeria, Brazil, Argentina, Uzbekistan and Bangladesh, to support the assessment of English in schools, the in-service CPD of teachers, and students’ access to learning materials. Cynthia Mabel Chindipha (Zimbabwe), Milena Solange Altamirano (Argentina), Nusrat Gulzar (Bangladesh), Clifford Mashiri (Zimbabwe), Joy Onyemaechi (Nigeria), Cecilia Griffiths (Brazil) & Nilufar Begibaeva (Uzbekistan). [Facilitator: Martin Lamb, University of Leeds].

Watch an interview with Cynthia, Clifford, Joy and Cecilia

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