Reda Sadki's blog

I’m an educational innovator with two decades of experience in doing new things in new ways to do more, do better, and reach further – and to do good. On the blog, I share interviews, insights and analysis around humanitarian education, educational technology for development, and other topics.

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Heidi Larson: “So much remains determined by the capacity of people on the frontlines to explain, advocate, and respond in ways that are almost entirely dictated by context”

This is the preface by Heidi Larson for the report “Overcoming barriers to vaccine acceptance in the community: Key learning from the experiences of 734 […]

What works in practice to build vaccine confidence?

This is the content of a poster presented today by The Geneva Learning Foundation (LinkedIn | YouTube | Podcast | Twitter)  at the International Social and Behavior Change Communication Summit 2022 […]

What is a “rubric” and why use rubrics in global health education?

Rubrics are well-established, evidence-based tools in education, but largely unknown in global health. At the Geneva Learning Foundation (TGLF), the rubric is a key tool […]

Pandemic preparedness through connected transnational digital networks of local actors

In the Geneva Learning Foundation’s approach to effective humanitarian learning, knowledge acquisition and competency development are both necessary but insufficient. This is why, in July […]

Which is better for global health: online, blended, or face-to-face learning?

A long time ago, I asked Bill Cope what the evidence says about the superiority of online learning over blended and face-to-face. My experience had […]

How does the Geneva Learning Foundation’s approach break the norm?

100% digital 100% human: using the latest learning technologies and interfaces, we adapt our digital networking interfaces to learner needs and habits to augment their digital […]

Teach to Reach: peer learning at scale

Teach to Reach are fast-paced, dynamic digital events connecting local and global practitioners to each other in a new, potentially transformative shared dialogue.  Teach to […]

How we make sense of complexity, together, at the Geneva Learning Foundation

Unique learning experiences generate not just data points but complex stories about what it takes to make change actually happen. By connecting the dots between ideas and […]

How the Geneva Learning Foundation uses learning science to drive change

As developed by our founders, the TGLF learning-to-impact pathway draws on the best available evidence and our own practice in the learning sciences and multiple […]

How the Geneva Learning Foundation’s approach accelerates implementation

In the final stage of a comprehensive TGLF learning programme, alumni implement action plans they have developed together. We compared the implementation progress after six months […]

How do we shift our capacity to embrace a volatile, complex world?

This week, the Geneva Learning Foundation (TGLF) is Devex’s “Presenting Partner”. We are proud to be sharing with Devex’s 170,000 NewsWire subscribers the remarkable progress […]

Listen to the Ninth Dialogue for Learning, Leadership, and Impact

The Geneva Learning foundation’s Dialogue connects a diverse group of learning leaders from all over the world who are tackling complex learning, leadership, and impact […]

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