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[The TIMSS-Numeracy Study of 2015 tested a nationally representative sample of Grade 5 students and found that 61% could not do basic mathematics such as adding and subtracting whole numbers or solving simple word problems. Studies have shown that this is in large part because students have not...
[One of the grand challenges of education is to provide free and open access to high-quality educational content, which is addressed by the open educational resources (OER) movement since their first emergence at UNESCO’s 2002 forum. The use of OER is increasingly being recognized as one of the...
[Open education and technology are transforming the journey of schooling. The way students prepare themselves for learning is becoming more challenging in the global educational environment. In the wake of technology integration in the learning process and the current trend to embrace online...
[The adoption of OERs by educational content developers is a progressive process that follows four distinct phases starting from initial scepticism and resistance, through appreciation phase, followed by adoption and eventual transition to creators of OERs. This is what was established in a...
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