The EdTech Center is headed to CIES!

CIES 2019 conference graphic

The EdTech Center is headed to this year’s Comparative International Education Society (CIES) conference ​on April 14-18, 2019, in San Francisco, California! This is our first year attending with our colleagues at Bantwana, JSI and World Education, Inc. and we’re thrilled. Check us out at one of our sessions below or come by the World Education table at booth 9 and say hi in person!

CIES Presentations
Authors Title Type Project represented Main topic
Presenters: Collen Masibhera, Kayla Caldwell, Liz Allen; Chair: Folami Harris World Education’s DREAMS Innovation Challenge Program: Promoting Girls’ Education through Prevention and Response Interventions in eSwatini, Zimbabwe, and Tanzania Panel DREAMS IC – Swaziland, Tanzania, and Zimbabwe
Presenters: Collen Masibhera, Moriah Bauman, Kayla Caldwell Creating Global Citizens Amongst Vulnerable Populations: An Exploration on the Role of Empathy and Social Connection Roundtable DREAMS IC – Swaziland, AYEDI – Uganda, DREAMS IC – Zimbabwe
Presenters: Kayla Caldwell, Madeline Brancel, Yuri Machkasov; Chair: Adam Turney Promoting sustainable education practices in Mozambique through volunteer-led programming Panel FCC – Mozambique, Peace Corps Library Program – Mozambique, Gorongosa Girls Clubs – Mozambique
Alejandro Ome (NORC), Jeffrey Goveia (Save the Children), Alicia Menendez (University of Chicago), Lilian Badi Increasing girls’ school enrollment and retention in Malawi and Tanzania Panel Waache Wasome – Tanzania
Holistic Approaches to Educating Girls and Women: Lessons from World Education Programming in Mozambique, Tanzania, and Nepal Panel DREAMS IC – Tanzania, Gorongosa Girls Clubs – Mozambique, SSLT – Nepal
Sarah Andersson (JSI) Using Automation and Chatbot Technology to Engage Communities and Improve Transparency and Accountability in the Textbook Supply Chain Roundtable Track N Trace – Cambodia ICT4D Roundtable
Adam Turney Demystifying and Reconstructing Data for Instructional, Design and Policy Purposes Panel USAID|Vamos Ler – Mozambique Data Interpretation Workshops
 Sarah Andersson (JSI and on behalf of WEI)), Linda Heibert (USAID) Facilitator, Ayan Kishore (Creative), Vinodh Subramanian (GraphLI) Track and trace models facilitating book distribution and more access Panel Track N Trace – Cambodia


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