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Promises and Limitations of EdTech for Student Learning in East Asia and Pacific Countries

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In today's episode, we discuss the promises and challenges of EdTech interventions in East Asia and Pacific countries, including the scale, dosage, and heterogeneity of impact to evaluate interventions, and how they can be applied both in the region and globally.

Cristóbal Cobo (Senior Education Specialist at the World Bank EdTech team) speaks with Noah Yarrow (Senior Education Specialist at the World Bank), Cody Abbey (World Bank Consultant and PhD Psychology Student at Stanford University), and Sharon Shen (World Bank Education Global Practice in East Asia and Pacific Region).

Yarrow, Abbey, and Shen used global and regional data to show that it is possible to use EdTech to improve student learning in EAP. In a new report, they present evidence that the broadcast/dual teacher model often supports leading student learning gains, while other approaches, such as assistive EdTech, show promise. What are the recommended improved approaches for future research to evaluate EdTech interventions? And what are the challenges? Listen to our podcast to learn more.

The report 'Using Education Technology to Improve Student Learning in East Asia Pacific: Promises and Limitations' can be downloaded here: https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/entities/publication/2cb32acc-7e84-429e-b664-39575d0f5a34

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In today's episode, we discuss the promises and challenges of EdTech interventions in East Asia and Pacific countries, including the scale, dosage, and heterogeneity of impact to evaluate interventions, and how they can be applied both in the region and globally.

Cristóbal Cobo (Senior Education Specialist at the World Bank EdTech team) speaks with Noah Yarrow (Senior Education Specialist at the World Bank), Cody Abbey (World Bank Consultant and PhD Psychology Student at Stanford University), and Sharon Shen (World Bank Education Global Practice in East Asia and Pacific Region).

Yarrow, Abbey, and Shen used global and regional data to show that it is possible to use EdTech to improve student learning in EAP. In a new report, they present evidence that the broadcast/dual teacher model often supports leading student learning gains, while other approaches, such as assistive EdTech, show promise. What are the recommended improved approaches for future research to evaluate EdTech interventions? And what are the challenges? Listen to our podcast to learn more.

The report 'Using Education Technology to Improve Student Learning in East Asia Pacific: Promises and Limitations' can be downloaded here: https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/entities/publication/2cb32acc-7e84-429e-b664-39575d0f5a34

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