Spotlight 2020

Qatar

Education always needs to be contextualised because every location has its own needs and demands that can be understood through both research and practice perspectives. This Spotlight partners with Qatar Foundation with the purpose to discover 5 to 10 of the brightest innovations originating in Qatar.
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What is Spotlight Qatar?

Organized together with local partners, HundrED Spotlights are curated collections of education innovations offering a thorough insight into a specific area of education (e.g. Sustainability) or a certain location (e.g. Victoria, Australia). This Spotlight partners with Qatar Foundation and purpose is to discover 5 to 10 of the brightest innovations created in Qatar. Together we aim to identify effective practices and solutions in Qatar by looking for innovative learning innovations and their supporting and preventing factors.

There will be practical examples on: 

  • How schools best enable the implementation of educational innovations in Qatar.
  • What conditions are necessary for schools to adapt learning innovations successfully in Qatar. 

All submitted applications undergo a thorough research process and screening by an expert committee. The selected applications adhere to a strict selection criteria of being impactful and scalable. The deep insights gained through the Spotlight are shared with the world in the form of videos and a report. 

Why Spotlight Qatar?

  1. Develop personal and collective abilities to create and transform processes of learning
  2. Highlight supporting factors and common blind spots in Qatar on innovation in education
  3. Encourage a culture of sharing within educators, principals, administrators, policy makers and other stakeholders 
  4. Encourage cooperation locally and globally with all learning stakeholders. 

The deadline for submission is 28 February 2021. However, we encourage you to submit as early as possible, so that you may benefit from HundrED team’s review of your application, feedback and ability to include additional information (if necessary) before submission closes.

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How does it work?

Who can apply?

Any kindergarten, primary and secondary school educator and/ or organisation working in Qatar can submit their project or innovation from November 15th, 2020 to February 28th, 2021. 

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Who can apply?

Any kindergarten, primary and secondary school educator and/ or organisation working in Qatar can submit their project or innovation from November 15th, 2020 to February 28th, 2021. 

5-10 inspiring education projects from Qatar will be selected by an expert committee according to two main criteria: impact and scalability in April 2021.  Selected innovations will be then announced in Doha in November 2021. 

As a result of the global pandemic and school closures in Qatar, we have renewed the timeline for this Spotlight. 

 

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How are projects selected?

All submitted applications undergo a thorough research process and screening by an expert committee. HundrED use two factors to evaluate each innovation...

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How are projects selected?

HundrED use two factors to evaluate each innovation:

IMPACT: Evaluated as a valuable improvement within the innovation’s context. All innovations must have at-least 1-year of being implemented with its intended users.

SCALABILITY: Either the innovation is actively scaling to other contexts or has a high potential to scale for others to adopt its practice/technology.

Elements of these two factors could include (but not limited to):  

  • Clear, valuable goal that addresses a need
  • Structured implementation design
  • Purposeful collaboration
  • Pedagogically sound
  • Child/learner centered
  • Contextual
  • Inclusive
  • Equitable
  • Improves outcomes
  • Evidence
  • Elevates educators Family/community/government engagement
  • Adaptable
  • Sustainable
  • Cost-effectiveness & affordability 

While an innovation may be weak on one factor, a holistic assessment will be evaluated for the final selection of innovations. 

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