-   of  
Results Per Page  
10 {"orderBy":"1 D"}
Highlighted Title Type Organisation Start Date
View detail
KIX + Advisory Group Member Other Knowledge Transfer beyond Academia PAL Network 01-SEP-2020
Description
In 2018-19, PAL Network members designed and implemented ICAN (International Common Assessment of Numeracy)1 in 1 rural district each of 13 PAL Network countries, reaching more than 20,000 children in all. Starting in 2020, PAL Network is expanding and strengthening its common assessment initiative via the KIX+ project.
End Date
 
View detail
Chair of Executive Committee Participant in Academic Collaboration, Network or Consortia UK Education and Development Forum (UKFIET) 01-OCT-2019
Description
The Education and Development Forum (UKFIET) is committed to promoting and strengthening international education and development for all, regardless of gender, ethnicity, nationality, and other differences. It pursues this objective through: Sharing educational ideas, knowledge and expertise between members and across the wider education and development community, within the United Kingdom and internationally, through conferences, seminars and other events; Encouraging the development of teaching, training, research and publication; Serving as a resource to policy makers in government, multi-lateral and non-government organisations, and in other institutions; Making representations and facilitating critical debate on issues of common interest.
End Date
30-SEP-2021
View detail
Student Choice Award for Inspiring Teaching Delivery Prize Student Union UCL 01-OCT-2019
Description
The Student Choice Awards give students the chance to thank members of staff who have inspired and supported them during their time at UCL, letting these staff members know that their hard work makes a difference.
End Date
30-SEP-2020
View detail
External Examiner (Education Globalisation and International Development) External Examiner Role Cambridge University 01-OCT-2018
Description
External Examiner
End Date
30-SEP-2021
View detail
Member of SABER Education Systems Technical Advisory Board Other Knowledge Transfer beyond Academia The World Bank 01-MAR-2018
Description
The World Bank Group’s Systems Approach for Better Education Results (SABER) initiative produces data on education system policies and institutions, analyzes and evaluates their quality, and provides decision makers and stakeholders with an assessment that fosters structured and informed policy dialogue on how to most effectively strengthen education systems. During its tenure, SABER has grown rapidly to become a key component in the design of education programming across the globe, providing countries with quality data and information. By generating a broader knowledge base on education systems worldwide, these tools are helping reform education at the country level while also building a high-quality knowledge base for education reforms at the global level.
End Date
 
View detail
Peer Reviewer Peer Review Role Norwegian Research Council 01-JUN-2017
Description
 
End Date
 
View detail
Panel Member Raising Learning Outcomes in Education Systems – Programme Research Lead. Peer Review Role ESRC 01-DEC-2016
Description
 
End Date
 
View detail
The Learning Crisis and Metrics for Progress Invited Speaker The World Bank 16-NOV-2016
Description
World Bank (World Development Report) International Policy Workshop: Realizing the Promise of Education for Development. Berlin, Germany
End Date
16-NOV-2016
View detail
High level Panel: The State of the Field: How Evidence Drives Impact Invited Speaker USAID 03-NOV-2015
Description
USAID Education Summit, Washington D.C.
End Date
03-NOV-2015
View detail
Education Research lead Participant in Academic Collaboration, Network or Consortia Young Lives 01-JAN-2011
Description
Young Lives was established as an international study of childhood poverty in 2002 when we started to follow the lives of 12,000 children in Ethiopia, India (in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana), Peru and Vietnam. These children, across two cohorts, the Younger Cohort born in 2001-02 and the Older Cohort born in 1994-95, are now aged 18/19 and 25 years respectively. Young Lives has evolved to shed light both on the drivers and impacts of child poverty, and the determinants of a successful transition into young adulthood with particular emphasis on the labour market and education. The study aim is to generate evidence to help policymakers design programmes that make a real difference to poor children, youth and their families. As the research team is following two cohorts, we are able to compare the same young people at different ages to see how their lives are changing, as well as different youth at the same age, to see how their communities have changed over time. Conducting the study simultaneously in four countries enables Young Lives to report on trends, explore how patterns are similar or different across those countries, and make comparisons that are relevant for other countries with similar circumstances. Cross-country evidence gives us greater confidence that findings from one country are applicable to others, but also shows how norms vary between countries, and what this means for children and youth.
End Date
 
 -   of  
Results Per Page