Deadline: 23 January 2023 (midnight, CET)
UNESCO ICT in Schooling Prize 2023
The UNESCO King Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa Prize for the Use of ICT in Schooling acknowledges progressive approaches in leveraging new applied sciences to develop academic and lifelong studying alternatives for all, consistent with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Growth and its Aim 4 on training.
Established in 2005 with the help of the Kingdom of Bahrain, the Prize rewards people and organizations which are implementing excellent tasks and selling the inventive use of applied sciences to boost studying, instructing and total academic efficiency within the digital age.
Theme for 2022: The usage of public platforms to make sure inclusive entry to digital training content material.
The mission must be ongoing for no less than for 1 yearThe mission and its group shouldn’t be affiliated to UNESCO or obtain any funding from UNESCO
The expertise instruments utilized by the mission must be open and free
non-governmental organizations or different entities.
A world Jury selects two greatest tasks yearly.
Every prize winner receives US$ 25,000, a medal and a diploma throughout a ceremony at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris.
Yearly the Prize has a particular theme, which, whereas being consistent with UNESCO’s mandate and values, advocates for accountable and moral use of data and communication applied sciences.
Relevance to the thematic focus: the mission is consistent with the aims of the Prize and is related to the precise theme of the yr
Innovation: the mission applies progressive applied sciences to supply inexpensive and inclusive instruments
Proof of affect: the mission ought to present proof of affect
Potential for replicability and scalability: the mission ought to present proof that it may be replicated in different contexts or have the potential to additional optimize and scale its affect
Inclusion and fairness: the mission ought to use progressive applied sciences to advance inclusion and fairness in training, whereas making an allowance for marginalized teams, learners in crises and emergencies contexts and learners with disabilities.
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