A Crisis-Ready Primer On Education Economics

When we get to the cold-hard facts of budgets and spending in education, the tools economists have to offer simply cannot be ignored. With outstanding […]

#DigitalScholar Reboot Day 1

On Monday, July 3rd 2017, an expanded course team from three continents, supported by LSi’s Scholar Apprentices, began to trial a completely new approach to the […]

#DigitalScholar Apprenticeship

(Please do share this announcement with promising learning leaders in your network. Your support is much appreciated. – Reda) The Geneva Learning Foundation, together with LSi and the […]

Towers of technology

This came up in one of the Live Learning Moments in the first week of the Geneva Learning Foundation’s #DigitalScholar course: This is for Reda: […]

#148 Google Scholar alerts keep you up to date with latest research

If you are interested in keeping up to date with research on your favourite topics, set up a Google Scholar alert to have all the […]

Become a Research Jedi using Google Search

Become a research Jedi so you will never have to go to the Dark Side. In a galaxy far, far away…all of Padawans turned in their […]

How close to the village can a global, digital education initiative get?

This is the final in a series of five blog posts reflecting on what is at stake in how we learn lessons from the Ebola crisis that erupted in […]

Why learning is key to the strategic shift in how the world manages health crises

This is the second in a series of five blog posts reflecting on what is at stake in how we learn lessons from the Ebola crisis that erupted in […]

Online learning around Ebola so far

This is the third in a series of five blog posts reflecting on what is at stake in how we learn lessons from the Ebola crisis that erupted in […]

Learning in emergency operations: a pilot course to learn how we learn

This is the fourth in a series of five blog posts reflecting on what is at stake in how we learn lessons from the Ebola crisis that erupted in […]

Lessons learned from Ebola

This is the first in a series of five blog posts reflecting on what is at stake in how we learn lessons from the Ebola crisis […]

Experience and blended learning: two heads of the humanitarian training chimera

Experience is the best teacher, we say. This is a testament to our lack of applicable quality standards for training and its professionalization, our inability […]

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