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ICT Landscape Review - Shared screen with speaker view
Anna Hill Martin
42:25
https://www.streamtext.net/text.aspx?event=CFI-WorldBank
Anna Hill Martin
42:47
The streaming link for captions in English, Arabic, French, and Spanish
Anna Hill Martin
42:49
https://www.streamtext.net/text.aspx?event=CFI-WorldBank
Nurbyek Razukhan
43:59
Hello everyone, Nurbyek Razukhan from Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Good luck 🙋‍♂️
Anna Hill Martin
45:57
The ICT Landscape Review: https://documents.worldbank.org/en/publication/documents-reports/documentdetail/099840001312211991/p17136805cfd1f074095390cb6b01c0c715
Anthony Bloome
47:00
Hello everyone! Anthony Bloome, Executive Director, mEducation Alliance. Congrats to the authors of this fabulous support.
Anthony Bloome
47:09
report:-)
Deepti Raja
50:06
Welcome all and thank you for joining us today.
Louise Gebbett
51:19
The presentation is availible to view online or download: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1znKNmlH8_ZHgdhkK4BBD9Qq1vynyy-02iB-uHlxvB8o/edit?usp=sharing
Anna Hill Martin
01:01:52
Please feel free to ask questions in the Q&A box
Anna Hill Martin
01:05:04
The ICT Landscape Review: https://documents.worldbank.org/en/publication/documents-reports/documentdetail/099840001312211991/p17136805cfd1f074095390cb6b01c0c715
Kush Kanodia
01:11:59
Nothing About Us Without Us - Disability Mantra
Julia McGeown
01:13:10
Congratulations to all the team for the report. Looking forward to seeing how this work can kickstart more important research on this issue, and policy change. Completely agree with the idea of bringing in new people to the conversation. Julia McGeown, Humanity & Inclusion.
Victoria Austin
01:15:22
“Massive - small” is a term we stole from the manufacturing sector. The idea that instead of scaling a single product, better to scale the opportunity for relevant, specific products to be developed in context. Initiatives we suggest in the report include incentivising innovation, novel funding mechanisms, enabling environment.
Anna Hill Martin
01:15:28
Thanks for the questions all, if you don't mind asking them in the Q&A box so we can try to respond do them there.
Anna Hill Martin
01:16:31
Please find the survey report that Charlotte just mentioned: https://www.inclusive-education-initiative.org/sites/iei/files/2021-09/Inclusive Education Initiative %28IEI%29 Survey Report_09152021.pdf
Muhammad Qahraman KAKAR
01:17:52
Thank Anna for sharing the survey can not be found on the link you just shared
Msafiri Ngololo
01:19:32
I opened it say link not found
Deepti Raja
01:19:50
@Anna Hata, that is a very important question, and yes the report offers some definitions and also acknowledges the different understandings of the terminologies
Anna Hill Martin
01:20:04
Sorry for that, let me try to correct that
Anna Hill Martin
01:21:28
Thanks, Lucy!
Lucy Hayter
01:21:41
https://www.inclusive-education-initiative.org/sites/iei/files/2021-09/Inclusive%20Education%20Initiative%20%28IEI%29%20Survey%20Report_09152021.pdf
Amara Dimude
01:21:57
SAME ISSUE
Lucy Hayter
01:22:32
See above, I think the last part was not hyperlinked.
Anna Hill Martin
01:23:30
Sharing the ICT Landscape Review again for those who have just joined us: https://documents.worldbank.org/en/publication/documents-reports/documentdetail/099840001312211991/p17136805cfd1f074095390cb6b01c0c715
Anna Hill Martin
01:27:23
Thanks for all the wonderful questions so far. Please continue asking those in the Q&A box!
Muhammad Qahraman KAKAR
01:28:06
I have a question regarding the current situation of education of children with disabilities in Afghanistan. Is there any road map set up by the world bank for the education of children with disabilities in Afghanistan in post August 15th withdrawal context.
Abdifatah Dhuhulow
01:29:11
Victoria Austin, I have found your comment that that you value and consult people with disability interesting, but my experience expresses otherwise! Ask your seniour teams at GDI about me, if you wish. Abdifatah Dhuhulow
Julia McGeown
01:33:59
Thanks for sharing that Christine. I think Rwanda and REB is a great example of what can be done, especially your focus on the development of accessible digital textbooks ( with audio and sign language overlays).
Victoria Austin
01:36:29
@Abdifatah, GDI is diverse in leadership, teams, governance and participation. But you know what, no-one gets it right all the time and we are also keen to keep learning so drop me a line if you want to talk more victoria.austin@UCL.ac.uk
Anna Hill Martin
01:38:48
To those who've joined and would benefit from the streaming link for captions in English, Arabic, French, and Spanish, those can be found here:https://www.streamtext.net/text.aspx?event=CFI-WorldBank
Anna Hill Martin
01:39:16
Sharing the ICT Landscape Review again for those who have just joined us: https://documents.worldbank.org/en/publication/documents-reports/documentdetail/099840001312211991/p17136805cfd1f074095390cb6b01c0c715
Anna Hill Martin
01:40:31
The recording, presentation slides and other resources will be shared on our IEI Community of Practice. If you haven't already joined us there, please do! http://bit.ly/Linkedin_IEI
Nurbyek Razukhan
01:43:17
Using accesstive technology (digital technologies) in an inclusive education for teacher training course? the experience of universities
Fernando Botelho
01:51:19
On the UNICEF catalogue, we have what is probably the most affordable prices on hearing aids in the world. Let's talk about adding Orbit to this great resource for governments. Feel free to contact me about this: fbotelho@unicef.org
Laura Stipanovic (GEM Report)
01:52:02
The 2023 GEM Report will explore how technology affects education through five distinct channels: input, means of delivery, skill, tools for planning, social and cultural context. The concept note of the 2023 Report is available in six UN languages: https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000378950/PDF/378950eng.pdf.multi
Victoria Austin
01:53:05
I am deeply grateful to hear from the panelists - really important contributions.
Marie Schoeman
01:54:05
https://www.leonardcheshire.org/our-impact/stories/using-technology-create-positive-learning-environments
Laura Stipanovic (GEM Report)
01:54:28
Our online consultation is also open! We invite you to share your thoughts on concept note, resources, and latest evidence on how technology can improve access to education for children with disabilities at: https://2023gemreportconsultation.wordpress.com/
Nurbyek Razukhan
01:54:46
thank you very much for all
Sophia D'Angelo
01:58:12
@Muhammad thanks for your question. Please see attached the World Bank’s Guidance Note and four criteria for supporting disability inclusive education operations across countries. There is not one specific to the Afghanistan context for now, but happy to continue to look into this. https://documents1.worldbank.org/curated/en/712711627321467972/pdf/Criteria-for-the-World-Bank-s-Disability-Inclusive-Investment-Project-Financing-IPF-in-Education.pdf
Anna Hill Martin
02:01:08
Thank you all for joining us today to launch the ICT Landscape Review: https://documents.worldbank.org/en/publication/documents-reports/documentdetail/099840001312211991/p17136805cfd1f074095390cb6b01c0c715The recording, presentation slides and other resources will be shared on our IEI Community of Practice. If you haven't already joined us there, please do! http://bit.ly/Linkedin_IEI
Sophia D'Angelo
02:01:47
The criteria to guide World Bank’s operations in disability inclusive education can be found here: https://documents1.worldbank.org/curated/en/712711627321467972/pdf/Criteria-for-the-World-Bank-s-Disability-Inclusive-Investment-Project-Financing-IPF-in-Education.pdf and is designed to be used with the disability inclusive education resource guide https://documents.worldbank.org/en/publication/documents-reports/documentdetail/798681600707797522/inclusive-education-resource-guide-ensuring-inclusion-and-equity-in-education