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Сurrent state of advancement of OER in Kenya

The new publication released within the UNESCO IITE project on OER in non-English-speaking countries was intended to shed light on the current state of advancement of OER in Kenya. It provides a brief outline of Kenya’s national policies and...
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Substance use prevention in educational settings in Eastern Europe and Central Asia     

The use of tobacco, alcohol and drugs, including injecting drugs, are issues of utmost concern in Eastern Europe and Central Asia (EECA). Schools have an important role to play in drug use prevention and health promotion by preparing children, ado...
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A guide on violence prevention in educational settings in Eastern Europe and Central Asia   

Building on UNESCO's global efforts to address school-related gender-based violence, UNESCO's HIV and Health Education Programme for Eastern Europe and Central Asia has developed a regional Guide for educators Violence Prevention in Educat...
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School without Violence. The Russian Guide on School-Related Violence Prevention

The third International Congress "Personality Education: Standards and Values" held in Moscow on September 24-25, 2015 provided a good opportunity to launch School without Violence guide. The Guide has been developed for Russian educator...
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Open Educational Resources in Your Own Language, in Your Way

A policy brief “Open Educational Resources in Your Own Language, in Your Way” produced by the International Council for Open and Distance Education (ICDE)  in the framework of the project supported by the European Commission ...
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UNESCO Policy Guidelines for Mobile Learning (in Russian)

Today, a growing body of evidence suggests that ubiquitous mobile devices are being used by learners and educators around the world to access information, streamline administration and facilitate learning in new and innovative ways. In 2013, UNESC...
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Technologies in Higher Education: Mapping the Terrain

Over a period of four years from 2010 to 2014, the UNESCO Institute for Information Technologies in Education has commissioned from international experts a series of policy briefs that — taken together — provide a comprehensive map of ...
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Analytical Survey “ICT in primary education: Policy, Practices, and Recommendations”. Volume 2.

The publication was developed in the framework of the UNESCO IITE three-year project “ICTs in primary education”. In the Volume 2 of the Analytical survey the experience of 37 schools from 20 different countries was analyzed. The analy...
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Analytical Survey “ICT in primary education: Collective Case Study of Promising Practices”. Volume 3.

The publication was developed in the framework of the UNESCO IITE three-year project “ICTs in primary education”. The Volume 3 of the UNESCO IITE Analytical Survey illustrates how ICT can reshape the teaching and learning processes of ...
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How Openness Impacts on Higher Education

As societies move towards increasing openness, higher education is also showing increasing interest in and commitment to releasing information and knowledge. This paper describes some of the common ways in which the term open is used and discussed...
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