Lessons from culturally responsive education materials in Afghanistan, Liberia and Morocco

By Ashley Williams

April 9, 2020

Education experts came together on a panel for the now virtual Comparative & International Education Society (CIES) conference. Watch along as they share their experience, best practices and lessons learned in developing effective, culturally responsive textbooks and other instructional materials in Afghanistan, Liberia and Morocco.

Chair | Penelope Bender, Burda Education

Lessons from Afghanistan | Susan Hirsch Ayari and Agatha van Ginkel, Creative Associates International (03:17)

Formative evaluation for accelerated learning materials development in Liberia’s AQE Activity | Pauline Tee Tee Browne and Mary Surgrue, Education Development Center (35:30)

Moroccan teacher’s perspectives toward new Arabic language textbooks in elementary schools | Fathi El-Ashry, Creative Associates International (01:02:47)

Discussant | Chritabel Pinto, Room to Read  (01:28:22)

CIES 2020 | Supporting Students through Culturally Responsive Teaching and Learning Materials from Creative Associates Int’l on Vimeo.

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