Research

The UNICEF Innovation Lab Website

The UNICEF Innovation Lab Website

A few months ago, we published a DIY guide to creating your own Innovation Lab.  Of course, it was a PDF – because we wanted to be able to print obnoxiously over-sized A3, full colour copies and bask in their cyan glow.  Today, we’re happy to announce the accompanying website: […]

Open Research Template: a draft

PLEASE FIND BELOW A FIRST DRAFT ON AN OPEN RESEARCH PROJECT TEMPLATE: 1) Rationale of the assignment Rationale for commissioning an “open research paper” on [insert title of the project]. A paper based on open research is  free to the  public. The research project has “open and accessible content” and anyone can […]

Unlearning

This is the first in a series of weekly posts on developing a computer-aided learning (CAL) programme in Suriname. This blog will use the CAL experience as a lens through which to explore issues around innovative project design, partnership building and ways to monitor and evaluate technology for education work. […]

Strengthening the System, Part Three

This is the sixth in a series of posts on designing innovative education solutions in Sudan, based on a mission that took place from September 3 to 23, and ongoing work. This series is by Panthea Lee, a consultant for UNICEF and principal at the service design firm Reboot. Some […]

Strengthening the System, Part Two

This is the fifth in a series of posts on designing innovative education solutions in Sudan, based on a mission that took place from September 3 to 23, and ongoing work. This series is by Panthea Lee, a consultant for UNICEF and principal at the service design firm Reboot. Some […]