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WEBINAR | EDUCATION & YOUTH | JET Education: Blended ICT Community Development Model - Craig Gibbs

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Smart Villages/LCEDN webinar series

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https://e4sv.org/events/webinar-education-and-young-people

One of the most powerful benefits of energy access in rural communities in the developing world is the potential impact on education. Whether a simple solar lantern permits an extra hour of homework and study after dark, or whether a more sophisticated community energy and ICT project permits remote education and training to take place. And one of the most important, but often under-represented, groups of community stakeholders are young people.

This LCEDN/Smart Villages webinar aims to create a wide-ranging discussion on these issues, with experts presenting their experiences and work on diverse aspects of the energy/youth/education equation.

Our presenters this month include Dr Jiska de Groot and the team at the Energy Research Centre at the University of Cape Town, Craig Gibbs from JET Education Services in South Africa, Prof Jo Tacchi and Dr Amalia Sabiescu from Loughborough University, and Rachita Misra and Huda Jaffer from the SELCO Foundation.

In addition to presentations on their experiences, the webinar included an opportunity for Q&A with all webinar participants.

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WEBINAR | EDUCATION & YOUTH | JET Education: Blended ICT Community Development Model - Craig Gibbs

  1. 1. 1 Incorporating an integrated approach BLENDED ICT COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT MODEL 1 2 3 4 5 67 9 10 10. WORK READINESS, EXPERIENCE AND ENTREPRENEUR WORKSHOPS 4. YOUTH LEADERS Sport2Life personal values, reinforcing life skill messages, running tournaments and community leagues 9. HEALTH AND WELLBEING Awareness and HIV testing 5. EDUCATORS Subject content development and curriculum based lesson plans 11. SMALL BUSINESS ENTERPRISE AND EMPLOYMENT 3. LEARNERS PE, life skills, inter school sport, further education support and homework 8. COMMUNITY AWARENESS AND ENGAGEMENT Community leagues, community clean-ups, waste and social environment awareness, ARK, community food gardens etc. 7. MANAGEMENT School management and support 1. ICT Training Basic and Advanced ICT Training for Community ICT HUB USED AS A CENTRAL INTEGRATED TOOL 12. SPORT2LIFE THE INTEGRATED MECHANISM, CREATING UNIFYING PHILOSOPHY, VOCABULARY AND VALUE SYSTEM LEARNING CENTRE 12 11 6. YOUTH and COMMUNITY Psychometric Testing: Aptitude, Skills and Experience 8 2. EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT (ECD) Literacy, numeracy and physical development
  2. 2. 2 Management and Leadership Teacher Development Parent and Community Learner Development Teacher Knowledge and expectation Pedagogy and instruction Self Belief Organisation and Planning Learner Development Social factors Teacher Content Knowledge (Maths, Science and EFAL) – teachers content knowledge and expectations on learners’ capabilities. Pedagogy – the kind of instruction and guidance given to learners Organisation and Planning for Principals and SMT – support for the way in which schools are managed with emphasis on supporting teachers and learners with information, skills to improve the teaching and learning. Self Belief – the way in which a management, teachers and learners confidence is enhance through intervention programmes to enrich the teaching and learning Learner Development – A career guidance online assessment plus other programmes identifying what learners are expected to learn through the access to specific programme resource and materials Social Factors – the support given by parents and communities to assist the school to overcome specific socio- economic challenges Inroduce additional programmes - Life Orientation, Izicko, Curious Learning, Mwabu, Young Heroes, Environmental intervention and Jump Start)

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