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Björn Haßler
Björn Haßler
Open Development & Education
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Tablet use in schools: A critical review of the evidence for learning outcomes
B Haßler, L Major, S Hennessy
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning 32 (2), 139-156, 2016
Challenges and opportunities for teacher professional development in interactive use of technology in African schools
S Hennessy, B Haßler, R Hofmann
Technology, pedagogy and education 24 (5), 1-28, 2015
Tablet use in schools: impact, affordances and considerations
L Major, B Haßler, S Hennessy
Handbook on digital learning for K-12 schools, 115-128, 2017
Sustaining and scaling pedagogic innovation in Sub-Saharan Africa: Grounded insights for teacher professional development
B Hassler, S Hennessy, R Hofmann
Journal of learning for development 5 (1), 2018
Pedagogic change by Zambian primary school teachers participating in the OER4Schools professional development programme for one year
S Hennessy, B Haßler, R Hofmann
Research Papers in Education 31 (4), 399-427, 2016
School-based professional development in a developing context: Lessons learnt from a case study in Zambia
B Haßler, S Hennessy, A Cross, E Chileshe, B Machiko
Professional development in education 41 (5), 806-825, 2015
Bridging the bandwidth gap: Open educational resources and the digital divide
B Hassler, AMNMN Jackson
IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies 3 (2), 110-115, 2010
Changing classroom practice using a schoolbased professional development approach to introducing digital resources in Zambia
B Haßler, S Hennessy, B Lubasi
Itupale online journal of African studies 3 (1), 17-31, 2011
Developing an Open Resource Bank for Interactive Teaching of STEM: Perspectives of school teachers and teacher educators
B Hassler, S Hennessy, S Knight, T Connolly
Journal of Interactive Media in Education, 2014
The Maldives and Sri Lanka: question & answer session
T Adam, T Kaye, B Haßler
EdTech Hub, 2020
Characteristics of effective teacher education in low-and middle-income countries: What are they and what role can EdTech play?
Z Allier-Gagneur, C McBurnie, R Chuang, B Haßler
EdTech Hub, 2020
Teacher professional development in sub-Saharan Africa: Equity and scale
B Haßler, G Bennett, K Damani
Embedding Social Justice in Teacher Education and Development in Africa, 18-44, 2021
A five-part education response to the COVID-19 pandemic
B Haßler, A Khalayleh, C McBurnie
EdTech Hub, 2020
Open content
B Haßler, T Mays
The International Encyclopedia of Digital Communication and Society, 1-11, 2015
OER4Schools: Outcomes of a sustained professional development intervention in sub-Saharan Africa
B Haßler, S Hennessy, R Hofmann
Frontiers in Education 5, 146, 2020
Dynamics of galaxies with triaxial haloes
A El-Zant, B Hassler
arXiv preprint astro-ph/9805309, 1998
Continue or reboot? Overarching options for education responses to COVID-19 in low-and middle-income countries
B Haßler
Zenodo, 2020
An investigation of appropriate new technologies to support interactive teaching in Zambian schools (ANTSIT). Final report to DfID.
B Haßler, S Hennessy, T Lord, A Cross, M Simpson, A Jackson
Who has what? Assessing who has access to what devices in the education response to the COVID-19 pandemic
B Haßler, A Khalayleh, C McBurnie, T Adam, Z Allier-Gagneur
Open Development & Education, 2020
Are our children learning? The status of remote-learning among school-going children in Kenya during the Covid-19 crisis
U Kenya
(No Title), 2020
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