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ICT in Education-About-us

Established in 2002, the Programme at UNESCO Bangkok assists 46 Members States across the Asia-Pacific region to harness the potential of ICT in achieving inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.

Our Programme

  • We provide policy advice to support Member States in the review and development of ICT in Education Master Plans that are closely aligned with national education goals and SDG4;
  • We support Member States with capacity development to implement competency-based teacher training reforms to facilitate ICT-pedagogy integration;
  • We organize regional knowledge-sharing events and conduct policy research to promote safe, effective and responsible use of ICT in the region and beyond.

Programme Impact 

  • Competency Based Teacher Training ReformStrengthens teacher policies and assist the development of ICT competency standards for teachers
  • ICT in Education Policy Planning: Provides technical assistance for the review and development of national ICT in education policies that are aligned with SDG4
  • Digital Kids Asia-Pacific (DKAP): Advocates safe, effective and responsible use of ICT among children in order to effectively navigate and participate in the digital world.
  • Resources & Toolkits development
  • Knowledge Sharing Events

Partners/Networks

As the UNESCO Asia Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, we support 46 Member States in the region. Our current and partners include:

Asian Development Bank, Google, ITU, Japan Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Korea Ministry of Education, KERIS, Monash University, SEAMEO, SAMSUNG, UNICEF

Additional Resources 

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