Children and youth

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Reports on sessions at PCF5 are available here.

List of Contributions

ID First name Surname Institution Paper
789 Carol Bellamy World Learning and School for International Training Keynote address for the 'Children and Young People' theme

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MP3 of Carol Bellamy's keynote address to follow soon

329 Stamenka Uvalic-Trumbic UNESCO Guiding learners in new higher education spaces: what role for UNESCO?PDF down.png
83 Kirston Greenop Mindset Network Girl learners using mobile phones in the classroom for mathematical educationPDF down.png
402 Bob Moon UK Open University Building an 'open education resource' (OER) environment that works for teacher education in Sub-Saharan Africa: the TESSA experiencePDF down.png
583 Rholene Bok Namibian College of Open Learning Broadening access to education in Namibia through a range of innovative open and distance learning programmes and delivery methods at the Namibian College of Open LearningPDF down.png
552 S.K. Prasad National Institute of Open Schooling Examination on-demand: implementation strategies in open schoolingPDF down.png
807 Dinesh Singh Bist National Institute of Open Schooling Open and distance learning: a policy intervention for inclusive development and mainstreaming of marginalised socio-religious communities – an Indian case studyPDF down.png
566 Ram Takwale Indian Consortium for Educational Transformation (I-CONSENT) Creating mass movement for quality school education for allPDF down.png
398 Shashikant Gandhe Symbiosis Centre for Distance Learning Reaching the unreached: a challenge for rural developmentPDF down.png
686 Vikas Gupta District Administration Redesigning Haryana Open School system: enhanced value with increased accessibilityPDF down.png
610 Karen Rosemin Ministry of Science, Technology and Tertiary Education Destiny X: an interactive video game for life skillsPDF down.png
145 Vighnarajah Universiti Putra Malaysia Considerations of design and development aspects of collaborative technologies to facilitate ideas on open learningPDF down.png
764 R. Randy McLeod Regina Public School Board How can the learning needs of all young people be met through the innovative use of technology?PDF down.png
596 Anuradha Gungadeen Mauritius Institute of Education The ‘talking book’, an effective and instructional approach in the learning process for the pre-primary children in Mauritius: opening the traditional classrooms to technological talkPDF down.png
598 Vasudha Kamat National Council of Educational Research and Training Enrichment of the learning experience of rural children through interactive multimediaPDF down.png
783 Frances Ferreira Commonwealth of Learning How can the learning needs of all young people be met through the innovative use of technology?PDF down.png
526 Dhaneswar Harichandan University of Mumbai In service teacher education programme in India through technology mediated learningPDF down.png
188 Sitansu Sekhar Jena NMIMS University, Mumbai Open educational resources for distance learning: means for knowledge empowerment for developing nationsPDF down.png
346 Mridula Rashmi Kindo Indira Gandhi National Open University Teaching-learning method of the English component in IGNOU’s Postgraduate Certificate in the Professional Development of TeachersPDF down.png
708 Jurie Joubert Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) Training of teachers in poor rural areas through a multigrade intervention to achieve Millennium Development GoalsPDF down.png
705 Cittoor Navaneedhan Meston College Of Education Practical approaches of persuasion to open and distance learning for children and young people in the technology enriched eraPDF down.png
117 Zobaida Akhter Bangladesh Open University Working status of the Secondary School Certificate and Higher Secondary Certificate students of Bangladesh Open University: the impact on poverty alleviationPDF down.png
617 Paul Stacey BCcampus Dare2BDigitalPDF down.png
162 Nkiru Banjoko Distance Learning Centre, University of Ibadan Technology-assisted open lessons: the alternative to increasing learningPDF down.png
70 Pamela McLean Teachers Talking Project and Dadamac Local teachers talking: about information and communications technologies (ICT), and with ICT, in rural AfricaPDF down.png
808 Narendra Deshmukh Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education Resource-based quality school educationPDF down.png
298 Shironica Karunanayaka Open University of Sri Lanka Online learning to enhance teacher professional developmentPDF down.png
711 Aleric Josephs University of the West Indies Open and distance learning and in-service teacher education: challenges and opportunitiesPDF down.png
409 Jane Kanas University of the South Pacific Erasing the margins: a case study of alternative opportunities for schools in VanuatuPDF down.png
97 Francis Donkor President's Special Initiative on Distance Learning Expanding the horizon of education: the case of the President’s Special Initiative on Distance Learning, GhanaPDF down.png
138 Dipak De Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Banaras Hindu University Social acceptability of learner-centred education: a comparative studyPDF down.png
311 Giju Xavier Freelance Consultant Examination On Demand (E-OD)PDF down.png
440 Cosmas Katye Makunka University of Zambia Improving junior and senior open learning classes for 'push-overs' (drop-outs) from schools in ZambiaPDF down.png
561 Pankaj Khare Indira Gandhi National Open University Project approach for capacity-building of open and distance learning practitionersPDF down.png
600 Vasudha Kamat National Council of Educational Research and Training Demonstration of interactive multimedia packages and learning objects for school studentsPDF down.png
675 Helena Fehr Commonwealth of Learning Youth taking action: employing innovative approaches, technologies and contentPDF down.png
630 Verlaxmi Indrakanti Anand Vihar College for Women Revitalising school curriculum through innovative technologies: a pragmatic approachPDF down.png
537 Heroldt Vekaama Murangi Namibian College of Open Learning The role of open schooling in improving the quality of life of young NamibiansPDF down.png
524 Wayne Mackintosh Commonwealth of Learning Hands-on skills development workshop (face-to-face training opportunity)
758 Chandra B. Sharma Indira Gandhi National Open University Are innovations being replicated in open and distance learning?PDF down.png
651 Kaprie J G Thoronka ChildHelp Sierra Leone The Power of Adolescent Girls as Agents of Change Initiative (PAGACI) through citizen media outreachPDF down.png
82 Kirston Greenop Mindset Network Information and communications technologies in South Africa: opportunities and challenges from a Non Government Organisation perspectivePDF down.png
136 Sushmita Mitra National Institute of Open Schooling Social justice in education: the role of open schoolingPDF down.png
593 Mahesh Chandra Pant National Institute of Open Schooling Vocational education and training through open and distance learning: challenges and strategiesPDF down.png
671 Sydney Mkuchu Open University of Tanzania Opportunities and challenges in using open and distance education in educating undergraduate teachers in Tanzania: experiences from the Open University of TanzaniaPDF down.png
337 Hema Pant Indira Gandhi National Open University Environment education of teachers through technology: mediated open and distance learningPDF down.png
122 Sanjaya Mishra Indira Gandhi National Open University Developing a curriculum framework for a Master's level programme on open, distance and online learningPDF down.png
240 William Owusu-Boateng Kwame Nkrumah Universty of Science and Technology Access to learning for development: using distance learning to address the educational need of Ghanaian basic school teachersPDF down.png
293 R. Randy McLeod Regina Public School Board How sweet 'IT' isPDF down.png
344 Mahesh Chandra Pant National Institute of Open Schooling Quality school education through open and distance learningPDF down.png
424 Claire Millington Barbados Community College The use of tracer studies for enhancing relevance and marketability in online and distance educationPDF down.png
432 Helen Shreeve British Broadcasting Corporation Developing citizens: BBC News for children and young people around the worldPDF down.png
302 Nurhizam Safie Mohd Satar Independent Researcher Usage of open source software in multimedia courses: Open University Malaysia experiencePDF down.png
718 M. Zafar Iqbal Allama Iqbal Open University Transformative model of Life Skills Basic Education for gender impact of violence, sexual coercion and vulnerability to HIV/AIDS through distance mode of teacher trainingPDF down.png
706 Kapil Dev Sharma Government J.D.B. Girls College, Kota Management of technology driven learning strategies for the educators of young students PDF down.png
737 Rebecca Essel Kwame Nkrumah Universty of Science and Technology Distance learners' perception on the use of course materials and its effects: a case study of Centre for Continuing Education, University of Cape Coast, GhanaPDF down.png
336 Chandra Gunawardena Open University of Sri Lanka Women’s participation in online learning in Sri LankaPDF down.png
94 Ken Stevens Memorial University of Newfoundland Open classes and access to learning opportunities for young people in rural communitiesPDF down.png
301 Dayalatha Lekamge Open University of Sri Lanka Application of interactive techniques in a distance education programmePDF down.png
619 Rama Kondapalli National Assessment and Accreditation Council Transformational value of information and communication technologies in teacher education: learning from IndiaPDF down.png
283 Ravindra K. Gupta Indira gandhi National Open University Technological Innovation in open and distance learning: an aid to providing more to children and young people through integration with formal educationPDF down.png
450 Bakary Diallo African Virtual University The African Virtual University Teacher Education Programme: across borders and language barriers in ten African countriesPDF down.png
239 Suneeta Kulkarni Jnana Prabodhini Institute of Psychology Open and distance learning for parents and carers: unexplored possibilitiesPDF down.png
560 Mungule Daudi Chikoye In-Service Training Trust Capacity-building in open and distance learning for agricultural development in ZambiaPDF down.png
144 Anurag Saxena Indira Gandhi National Open University Readability of open education resources (OERs): a key to success of open and distance learning for the young peoplePDF down.png
199 Wayne Mackintosh Commonwealth of Learning 'Learning4Content: Involve me, and I'll understand'
456 Christine Ofulue National Open University of Nigeria Teaching and learning language at a distance in a multilingual context: issues and challengesPDF down.png
586 Eunice Keta Kenya Institute of Special Education Open and distance learning as key to children and young people in conflict region in achieving social justicePDF down.png

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