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UNESCO Policy Forum - Mainstreaming Open Educational Practices (OPAL, CONCEDE)

 Mainstreaming Open Educational Practice

 UNESCO Joint policy forum of the OPAL and CONCEDE Projects

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Key messages from the event on 14 Nov 2011:

Evidence Hub for Open Education - Discussion forum on the WSIS UNESCO's community platform.

In the week of June 20-24th, the OLnet team will be actively hosting a discussion forum on the on the WSIS (World Summit Information Society) UNESCO community platform.

Main aim of the discussion is to elicit your reactions to the current version of the OLnet Evidence Hub for Open Education.

Fostering Open Educational Practices - Presentation in St Petersburg at UNESCO IITE International Conference

The UNESCO OER Agenda

GUIDE WORKSHOP - ROME

 Live blogging, 18th March, 9AM

Talk by Dr Indrajit Banerjee

 

Dr Indrajit Banerjee of the UNESCO ICT in Education, Science and Culture starts by considering some of the challenges and benefits of distance education. Next, he recommends practitioners the use of  the ICT Competence benchmarks for teachers, launched by UNESCO.

Education "should never be an accident of circumstance'

...said Ban Ki-moon, UN Secretary-General, in a speech that he gave together with Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO for the launch of the 2010 Education for All Global Monitoring Report: Researching the Marginalized. The  report released on 19 January, argues that the crisis could create a lost generation of children whose life chances will have been irreparably damaged by a failure to protect their right to education.

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