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Open Education in the development context (2)

Technological progress makes constant learning a must. In this respect, Massive Open Online Courses, or MOOCs, appear to be an ideal alternative to traditional formal education. MOOCs emerged from the open education resources movement and are since then considered helpful to improve access to quality education. However, despite the advantages

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Several Programmes have been designed and implemented in a competency-based manner at the Centre. Among those, there is the Competency Based ToT, which has the vision of blending the competency-based approach with learning innovation. A competence is a fusion of values, psychomotor skills and knowledge that leads to valuable and

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  How can mobile technology benefit learning? Using mobile devices for learning is a logical extension of our life in this tech-centric world. Undoubtedly, technologies affect learning in various ways. Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) grant access to knowledge to all people regardless of where or who they are. We

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I. What is it about? A fishbowl conversation is a form of dialogue that can be used when discussing topics within large groups. Fishbowls involve a small group of people seated in circle and having a conversation (fish). They are surrounded by a larger group of observers, seated in an

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Open Space Technology (or methodology) is a self-organising method that can be used to run meetings for a diverse public in order to address complex topics. My experience in OS is very limited, that is why I rely a lot on picking the brains of those who do this type

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