Publications

Here you will find the collection of publications and reports dating from the partnerships inception in 2018, all the way up to the present day.

Check out some of our featured papers, articles and multimedia content below and learn more about the impact our model has had.

 

Online and blended learning

Blogs and Articles

  • Buchner, T., Dryden, J., INASP, October 2020, Pivoting to remote support for transforming higher education: what we have learnt. Read the blog .

  • The TESCEA project team, SPHEIR, July 2020, Moving face-to-face workshops for higher education staff online. Read the blog.

  • Buchner, T.  Dryden, J., UKFIET, July 2020, Adapting for sustainability: taking training of trainers online to continue higher education support. Read the blog .

  • SPHEIR team, SPHEIR website, May 2020,  Fresh thinking in East Africa: Helping graduates develop skills for the workplace and society. Read the blog.

  • Skovgaard, M. Buchner, T., INASP, April 2020, Adapting to continue higher education support amidst a pandemic. Read the blog .

  • Kigotho, W. University World News, November 2019, eLearning – Can it improve graduate employability? Read the article .

Videos & Webinars

  • SPHEIR team, December 2020, Varieties of online higher education in SPHEIR' - Event 2: Delivery of non-academic online services like student support, and online capacity building for academic and non-academic staff. Watch the webinar.

Pedagogical development

Papers

  • Harle, J., INASP, July 2021, New thinking to tackle the teaching challenge in East African higher education. Read the paper. 


Blogs and articles

  • Skovgaard, M., INASP website, September 2020, How to make university classes more gender responsive. Read the blog .

  • Harle, J., INASP, April 2020,  Enabling social change from changes in higher education. Read the blog .

  • Skovgaard, M., INASP, December 2019,  Gender-responsive pedagogy in higher education: How we are approaching it in TESCEA. Read the blog .

  • Monk, D., Gulu University, December 2019,  Rethinking how university courses are taught to help meet the needs of students and community. Read the blog .

  • Buchner, T., INASP, November 2019,  Transferring skills and knowledge for scale-up and sustainability. Read the blog .

  • Munuve, V., Uganda Martyrs University, October 2019,  Experience of implementing course redesign to help students gain critical thinking skills. Read the blog .

  • Tenywa Malagala, A., Gulu University, May 2019,  How to bring gender-responsive pedagogy into course redesign in higher education. Read the blog.

  • Harris, S., INASP, December 2018,  Transforming teachers for transformed students. Read the blog .

  • Mutonyi, H., Uganda Martyrs University, November 2018,  University courses should support critical thinking skills to help address national needs. Read the blog .

  • Nakkazi, E, University World News, September 2018,  Partnership aims to produce problem-solving graduates Read the article .

  • INASP, September 2018,  New area of work supports critical thinking skills in East Africa. Read the blog .


Videos and webinars

  • INASP, July 2020, TESCEA student perspective: Dorice Kagisa, University of Dodoma. Watch the video .

  • INASP, July 2020, TESCEA student perspective: Ignatus Mkonga, University of Dodoma. Watch the video .

  • INASP, December 2019, Multipliers in the TESCEA partnership. Watch the video .

  • INASP, November 2019, Gloriana Monko discusses curriculum redesign and the role of "multipliers" in the TESCEA partnership, University of Dodoma. Watch the video .

  • INASP, April 2019,  Transforming Employability for Social Change in East Africa. Watch the video .

Course redesign

Papers

  • Wild, J. Omingo, M. INASP, January 2020,  Graduate skills for employability in East Africa: Evolution of a skills matrix for course redesign. Read the paper .


Blogs and articles

  • Buchner, T., Dryden, J., INASP, October 2020,  Pivoting to remote support for transforming higher education: what we have learnt. Read the blog .

  • Skovgaard, M., INASP website, September 2020,  How to make university classes more gender responsive. Read the blog 

  • The TESCEA project team, SPHEIR website, July 2020,  Moving face-to-face workshops for higher education staff online. Read the blog.

  • Buchner, T.  Dryden, J., UKFIET, July 2020,  Adapting for sustainability: taking training of trainers online to continue higher education support. Read the blog .

  • Wild, J., Omingo, M, University World News, May 2020,  Redesigning university curricula to boost employability. Read the blog .

  • SPHEIR team, SPHEIR, May 2020,  Fresh thinking in East Africa: Helping graduates develop skills for the workplace and society. Read the blog.

  • Skovgaard, M. Buchner, T., INASP, April 2020,  Adapting to continue higher education support amidst a pandemic. Read the blog.  

  • Harle, J., INASP, April 2020,  Enabling social change from changes in higher education. Read the blog 

  • Wild, J., INASP, February 2020,  Understanding the skills gaps between higher education and the workplace in East Africa. Read the blog .

  • Daily Monitor, Uganda, February 2020,  University course re-design could solve high unemployment rate. Read the article .

  • Harle, J.,University World News, January 2020,  Transforming core skills in university curricula. Read the article .

  • Kigotho, W. University World News, November 2019,  eLearning – Can it improve graduate employability? Read the article .

  • Munuve, V., Uganda Martyrs University, October 2019,  Experience of implementing course redesign to help students gain critical thinking skills. Read the blog .

  • Monk, D.,Gulu University, July 2019,  Transforming learning and connecting communities to support higher education. Read the blog .

  • Tenywa Malagala, A., Gulu University, May 2019,  How to bring gender-responsive pedagogy into course redesign in higher education. Read the blog .

  • Harle, J., INASP, December 2018,  Transforming Employability for Social Change in East Africa: the first eight months. Read the blog .

  • Harris, S., INASP, December 2018,  Transforming teachers for transformed students. Read the blog .

  • Muchungi, K., AFELT, December 2018,  For effective change, all stakeholders need to recognize the importance of critical thinking.Read the blog .

  • Mutonyi, H., Uganda Martyrs University, November 2018,  University courses should support critical thinking skills to help address national needs. Read the blog .

  • Nakkazi, E, University World News, September 2018,  Partnership aims to produce problem-solving graduates. Read the article .

  • INASP, September 2018, TESCEA, New area of work supports critical thinking skills in East Africa. Read the blog .

Videos and webinars

  • New Vision TV, February 2020, Report on Gulu course redesign on TV. Watch the video .

  • INASP, July 2020, TESCEA student perspective: Dorice Kagisa, University of Dodoma. Watch the video .

  • INASP, July 2020, TESCEA student perspective: Ignatus Mkonga, University of Dodoma. Watch the video .

Gender responsive pedagogy

Papers

  • Chapin, J., Warne, V., INASP, October 2020, Gender Responsive Pedagogy in Higher Education: a framework. Download the framework .

  • Chapin, J., Skovgaard, M., Warne, V., INASP, October 2020, Integrating Gender Responsive Pedagogy into Higher Education: Our approach. Download the resource .


Blogs and articles

  • Chapin, J., INASP, Februrary 2021, Untangling the impact of gender in the ‘hidden curriculum’. Read the blog .

  • Skovgaard, M., INASP, September 2020, How to make university classes more gender responsive. Read the blog .

  • Skovgaard, M., INASP, December 2019, Gender-responsive pedagogy in higher education: How we are approaching it in TESCEA. Read the blog .

  • Tenywa Malagala, A., Gulu University, May 2019, How to bring gender-responsive pedagogy into course redesign in higher education. Read the blog .

  • Buchner, T.,  INASP, November 2019, Transferring skills and knowledge for scale-up and sustainability. Read the blog .

  • Chapin, J., INASP, April 2019, Gender responsive programming: the global gender gap in the context of East African higher education. Read the blog .

  • Tenywa Malagala, A., Gulu University, May 2019, How to bring gender-responsive pedagogy into course redesign in higher education. Read the blog .


Videos and webinars 

  • INASP, April 2021, Gender Responsive Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. Watch the webinar .

  • INASP, December 2019, Multipliers in the TESCEA partnership. Watch the video .

  • Monko, G., University of Dodoma, November 2019, Gloriana Monko discusses curriculum redesign and the role of "multipliers" in the TESCEA partnership. Watch the video .

Employer and community engagement

Papers

  • Hoffman, J., SPHEIR Fund Manager, September 2020, Varieties of employer engagement and higher education transformation in SPHEIR. Read the learning paper.

Blogs and articles

  • Odhiambo, V., INASP (Ashoka), August 2020,  How social entrepreneurs are contributing to higher-education change in East Africa. Read the blog .

  • Monk, D.,Gulu University, January 2020,  Employer engagement and its role in higher-education course redesign. Read the blog .

  • Monk, D.,Gulu University, July 2019,  Transforming learning and connecting communities to support higher education. Read the blog .

  • Muchungi, K., AFELT, December 2018,  For effective change, all stakeholders need to recognize the importance of critical thinking. Read the blog .


Videos and webinars

  • Uganda Martyrs University, September 2018, TESCEA Joint Advisory Group Meeting 2018. Watch the video .

Partnership and institutional collaboration

Papers

  • Nzegwu, F. , INASP,  August 2018, Using adaptive monitoring, evaluation and learning in programme design. Read the paper .


Blogs and articles

  • SPHEIR Fund Manager, December 2020, Transforming the quality of higher education in the wake of Covid-19. Read the blog.

  • Harle, J., INASP, May 2019, Reflecting on a year of partnership to boost higher education in East Africa. Read the blog .

  • Harle, J., INASP, December 2018,  Transforming Employability for Social Change in East Africa: the first eight months. Read the blog.

  • Sesabo, J., Mzumbe University, November 2018, East African context is important for appropriate higher-education frameworks in the region. Read the blog .

  • Nzegwu, F., INASP, October 2018, Adaptive MEL at the heart of project implementation. Read the blog .

Evaluation and impact

Reports

  • INASP, July 2021, Transforming Employability for Social Change in East Africa: an Evaluation. Read the report .

  • IPE Triple Line, Technopolis Group, University of Bedfordshire, April 2021, SPHEIR Mid-Term Evaluation report. Read the report.


Papers

  • Hoffman, J, SPHEIR Fund Manager, February 2021, Reflections on SPHEIR and development outcomes. Read the paper.

  • Hoffman, J., SPHEIR Fund Manager, September 2020, Varieties of employer engagement and higher education transformation in SPHEIR. Read the paper.