On Call: Using mobile technologies to measure learning in emergencies

Uses of mobile technologies for education in emergency settings

A boy (12) using a mobile phone during his daily education lesson through remote learning method


How can we harness the power of mobile technologies to track learning in emergencies? Identifying ways to improve assessments in emergencies is incredibly important as there remains large gaps in understanding how children are learning in crisis settings. This report aims to provide practitioners with practical guidance and resources on using mobile technology to conduct learning assessments in emergency settings. It is the second of a two-part series on uses of mobile phones for education in emergency programmes and draws from a review of the existing literature as well as feedback from education in emergencies practitioners.

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Marco Valenza; Thomas Dreesen; Sophia Kan
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