The Global Disability Innovation Hub (GDI Hub) is undertaking landscape review for the World Bank as part of the Inclusive Education Initiative (IEI) Trust Fund. The research is looking at how ICT can improve the learning outcomes of children with disabilities at primary school level in countries across the world, and how this impacts on/is impacted by the wider Ed Tech system. The team is led by Dr Maria Kett, (firstname.lastname@example.org), and is working in collaboration with a range of national and international consultants.
As part of this research they are conducting a Global Survey on the availability of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and other forms of EdTech to support inclusive education of children with disabilities
They are inviting all individuals, researchers, educators and other professionals who have relevant professional or personal experience on EdTech and Inclusive education to fill in this short survey to help them understand the level of access and the impact of EdTech for children with disabilities and help shape future research, policies and interventions to improve inclusive education.
The survey will take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete and it involves a mixture of short answers and a few longer descriptive answers.
You can access the survey using the link below:
Global survey on Information and Communication Technologies for Disability-Inclusive Education
If you would like to receive more information or discuss any or all of this in more detail don’t hesitate to contact Dr. Giulia Barbareschi (Giulia.email@example.com) or Dr. Maria Kett (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The survey will be available until the 25th of May 2021
Thank you for your time in completing this survey, or passing it on to your colleagues.