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    • Voice Over the Internet Protocol as a Medium for Delivering Reading Intervention: Evidence From a Single Case 

      Wright, Craig; Conlon, Elizabeth G.; Wright, Michalle (SAGE, 2011)
      Voice Over the Internet Protocol (VoIP) holds promise as a platform by which services can be delivered to students in rural and remote regions who have reading difficulties. VoIP is an Internet-based protocol that allows ...
    • Voices and Agencialities in the Education of Young Rural Andean Women: A Qualitative Look 

      Alvarado, Beatriz (Universidad Autónoma de Baja California, 2010)
      This qualitative study describes the voices and agencialities of female rural Andean students enrolled in high school. The study explores how educational practices and discourses in the school and family context impact ...
    • Volver a Pensar la Educación Pública 

      Ansion, Juan (Sociedad de Investigación Educativa Peruana, 2011)
      El texto se inicia con una discusión sobre el concepto de educación pública, recogiendo la perspectiva histórica desarrollada desde la Ilustración europea hasta las críticas de los teóricos de la reproducción y las ...
    • Volver al desafío : hacia una definición crítica de la educación bilingüe intercultural en el Perú 

      Zavala, Virginia; Córdova, Gavina (PROEDUCA, GTZ, 2003-12)
      El objetivo del documento de trabajo es discutir el complejo panorama de la EBI en el Perú para contribuir a definir algunas de estas dudas. Aunque en relación a la EBI en el Perú no hay verdades absolutas ni respuestas ...
    • A voz da escrita 

      Hartmann, Fernando (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, 2007)
      O humano, para tornar-se humano, para ser e estar em uma comunidade, tem a necessidade de que alguém lhe enderece uma voz. A educação implica a interação de vozes na construção, conservação e transmissão da cultura de uma ...
    • La voz de sus ojos : la participación de los escolares mediante Fotovoz 

      Doval, María Isabel; Martinez-Figueira, María Esther; Raposo, Manuela (Universidad de Vigo. Facultad de Ciencias de la Educación y del Deporte, 2013)
      Este trabajo describe y analiza el uso de Fotovoz, un método que emplea la fotografía y el diálogo para promover el cambio y la mejora social en una escuela de Educación Infantil y Primaria de una determinada comunidad ...
    • Vozes de mulheres : educação, universidade e trabalho nos anos 40 e 50 do Século XX 

      Tesseler, Fani Averbuh (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, 2009)
      Este trabalho investiga como se desenvolveu a trajetória profissional de mulheres que passaram pela universidade nas décadas de 40 e 50 do século XX, pela escuta de suas memórias sobre suas trajetórias educativas, profissionais ...
    • Vulnerabilidad a la pobreza: el “Perú avanza”...o ¿retrocede? 

      Higa, Minoru (CEDEP, CIES, 2011-03)
      Determinar si el boom de la economía peruana, entre el periodo 2002-2006, ha contribuido a disminuir la incidencia de la pobreza, pero no la vulnerabilidad de la población a caer en ella. En efecto, las estimaciones sugieren ...
    • Watching the watchmen : A statistical analysis of mark consistency across taught modules 

      Ercolani, Marco G.; Ercolani, Joanne S. (Elsevier, 2014)
      Verifying that taught modules are marked and taught to a common standard is important but doing so by comparing mean module marks is inadequate when students’ ability is not uniform across these modules. For example, a ...
    • We can make higher education equitable and affordable for all 

      UNESCO (UNESCO, 2017-04)
      Higher education is a cornerstone for sustainable development. It creates new knowledge, teaches specific skills and promotes core values like freedom, tolerance and dignity. Under the fourth Sustainable Development Goal ...
    • Wealth Gradients in Early Childhood Cognitive Development in Five Latin American Countries 

      Schady, Norbert; Behrman, Jere; Araujo, María Caridad; Azuero, Rodrigo; Bernal, Raquel; Bravo, David; Lopez-Boo, Florencia; Macours, Karen; Marshall, Daniela; Paxson, Christina; Vakis, Renos (The World Bank, 2014-02)
      Research from the United States shows that gaps in early cognitive and noncognitive abilities appear early in the life cycle. Little is known about this important question for developing countries. This paper provides new ...
    • Web Accessibility Theory and Practice : An Introduction for University Faculty 

      Bradbard, David A.; Peters, Cara (Cook, Ruth Gannon, 2010-01)
      Web accessibility is the practice of making Web sites accessible to all, particularly those with disabilities. As the Internet becomes a central part of post-secondary instruction, it is imperative that instructional Web ...
    • What are tertiary students choosing to study? 

      OECD (OECD, 2014-02)
      Traditionally, high school graduates have placed a great deal of importance on the question “what field should I study and where?” There is a widespread assumption that this decision will determine their future and their ...
    • What are the benefits from early childhood education? 

      OECD. Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD, 2016-05)
      Early childhood education and care programmes (ECEC) have become more accessible in recent years, with high enrolment rates in both early childhood educational development and preprimary education. The educational results ...
    • What are the benefits of ISCED 2011 classification for indicators on education? 

      OECD. Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD, 2015-11)
      The International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED) is the reference framework used to classify education programmes and related qualifications by education levels and fields. The basic concepts and definitions ...
    • What can immigrant students tell us about education systems? 

      OECD. Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD, 2013-10)
      Immigrant students who share a common country of origin, and therefore many cultural similarities, perform very differently across school systems. The difference in performance between immigrant students and non-immigrant ...
    • What can parents do to help their children succeed in school? 

      OECD. Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD, 2011-11)
      Fifteen-year-old students whose parents often read books with them during their first year of primary school show markedly higher scores in PISA 2009 than students whose parents read with them infrequently or not at all. ...
    • What Did You Do All Day? Maternal Education and Child Outcomes 

      Khwaja, Asim Ijaz; Andrabi, Tahir; Das, Jishnu (World Bank, 2009-11)
      Female education levels are very low in many developing countries. Does maternal education have a causal impact on children's educational outcomes even at these very low levels of education? By combining a nationwide census ...
    • What do parents look for in their child's school? 

      OECD. Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD, 2015-05)
      When choosing a school for their child, parents in all participating countries value academic achievement highly; but they are often even more concerned about the safety and environment of the school and the school’s ...
    • What do students expect to do after finishing upper secondary school? 

      OECD. Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD, 2012-12)
      The percentage of students who expect to complete university is highest in Korea (80%) and lowest in Latvia (25%). Many high-performing students do not expect to go to university, representing potentially lost talent to ...