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For People and Planet: A Sustainable Development Adventure Privacy Policy

  END-USER LICENSE AGREEMENT By downloading, installing, or using For People and Planet: A Sustainable Development Adventure (referred to herein as the “Game”), you, the end-user (referred to herein by the words “you”, “your”, “yours”, and their derivatives), agree to … Continue reading

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ALLS Demonstrates Learning Apps to the DepEd Division of Makati

On December 16, 2020, Neithan Casano and Didith Rodrigo of ALLS demonstrated seven of ALLS’s learning applications to the DepEd Division of Makati:   Ibigkas! Ibigkas! Filipino Ibigkas! Math 1-3 Learning Likha: Music for the Fiesta Learning Likha: Rangers to … Continue reading

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“Outfoxing the Data: Cagy Methods for Determining When to Interview Students About Their Learning” by Dr. Jaclyn Ocumpaugh

One recent advancement in tools for understanding student emotions is the development of a new research tool, an Android App called The Quick Red Fox (QRF). QRF is designed to work with affect detection models that have been embedded within … Continue reading

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“Predicting Student Emotions Without Sensors: What Can We Learn?” by Dr. Jaclyn Ocumpaugh

  Abstract: Research on detecting student emotions from their interactions with educational software is now nearly a decade old, and we are beginning to explore how students’ affective experiences relate to their learning. Our results are sometimes surprising. While many … Continue reading

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Teacher’s Guide for Remote Learning During School Closures and Beyond

Last April, the TPD@Scale Coalition launched the Teacher’s Guide for Remote Learning During School Closures and Beyond. This quick-decision guide, prepared by FIT-ED (Coalition Secretariat) with Coalition members Education University of Hong Kong, SUMMA and RTI International, is intended for teachers … Continue reading

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