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1 Possibility of Open Education for Lifelong Learning PowerPoint Presentation, PPT - DocSlides

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    Possibility of Open Education for Lifelong Learning

    Ichiro Miyazawa

    Programme Specialist

    UNESCO

    Bangkok

    Vietnam Forum on Lifelong Learning: Building A Learning Society

    Hanoi, 6-8 December 2010

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    Contents

    Literacy through Mobile Phones (Pakistan)

    Open

    Education for

    Lifelong Learning

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    A. Literacy through Mobile Phones

    Why mobile phone for Literacy in Pakistan? How was the project implemented? Results ?Costs? Challenges Lesson learnt

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    Why mobile phones for literacy in Pakistan

    60 million illiterates Wider gender gap (M 63% F 36%)Low efficiency of traditional literacy approachesRelapse into illiteracy

    100 million mobile phone subscribers Communication is fun and habitualAnytime and Anywhere, possible to learn

    Mobile phone and SMS

    Literacy

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    2. How was the project implemented?

    Refresh basic literacy course (1st M)Learning how to use mobile phones and Starting to receive and send SMS (2nd M)Receiving and sending SMS, read and practice on the working book (2nd – 5th M)Reporting to literacy centers and having Weekly/Monthly Examination (2nd – 5th M)

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    3. Results

    C: 0-50 B: 51-69 A: 70-100 n=100

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    3. Results

    C: 0-50 B: 51-69 A: 70-100 n=125

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    3. Results

    C: 0-50 B: 51-69 A: 70-100 n=25

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    4. Costs ( main items for a learner)

    Mobile Phone $ 33 SIM card $ 3 600 messages sent (4 months) $ 7.2 Sending messages (4 months) $ 4.8 Hiring a teacher (5 months per head) $ 7.2 Total $ 55.2

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    5. Challenges

    Cultural and traditional barriers Limitation of messages in SMS (160 scripts) Difficulty in typing Urdu Security situations in Pakistan Calls from unknown men

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    6. Lesson learnt

    Habit of communication on written messages Strong confidence of getting literate and being connected among themSharing learning with family members (sisters, mothers) Enhanced Security of youth and women The devise is supplemental

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    B. Open Education for Lifelong Learning

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    1. Open source/contents with voluntarism2. Quicker, Wider, Cheaper: ICT infrastructure 3. Implications to promote open education for Lifelong Learning

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    1. Open Source (1)

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    1. Open Source (2)

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    1. Open Source (3)

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    1. Open Source (4)

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    1. Open Source (5)

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    1. Open Source (6)

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    Books

    1. Open Source

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    Newspapers

    Magazines

    Other contents

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    2. Quicker, Wider, Cheaper ICT

    Cell phone subscriptions

    Internet users

    Source: World Telecommunication/ICT Development Report 2010, ITU.

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    WiMAX

    LTE

    4G

    3G ?

    Wi-Fi ?

    Edge ?

    Infrastructure

    2. Quicker, Wider, Cheaper ICT

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    2. Quicker, Wider, Cheaper ICT

    Source: UNDP (1999), Human Development Report 1999, p. 30.

    Costs of communication, transportation

    , hardware

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    Devises

    2. Quicker, Wider, Cheaper ICT

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    Devises

    2. Quicker, Wider, Cheaper ICT

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    3. Implications to Promote LLL

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    3. Implications to Promote LLL

    Create a global open source/ site of LLL

    Effective usages of ICT devises

    Global / regional networks to be established and strengthened

    Continuous awareness raising on LLL

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