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Promoting Social and Emotional Learning During School Closures: Why and How

This blog was written by Dr Jennae Bulat, Senior Director of the Teaching and Learning team in the International Development Group (IDG) at RTI International. Jennae co-authored this in collaboration with Julianne Norman and Elizabeth Randolph. The article was originally published on the RTI SharEd website on 27 May 2020. With schools closed now for […]

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Social constructivism and participative learning beyond bricks and mortar

This blog was written by Lydia Lymperis, Doctoral Researcher in Education at Newcastle University. It was originally published on the British Educational Research Association (BERA) website on 27 May 2020. As the world grapples with the short-to-longer-term imperative to identify distance- and remote-learning alternatives to previously face-to-face instruction, I am struck that some of the […]

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Coronavirus and Education in Afghanistan: Responses, Challenges, and the Threats of Educational Divide

This blog was written by Dr. Yahia Baiza, Research Associate, The Institute of Ismaili Studies in the UK. Afghanistan’s Ministry of Education (MoE) faces the mammoth task of delivering education to over 9 million learners during the COVID-19 school closures. To control and reduce the spread of the virus, the MoE, in consultation with the […]

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The world post-COVID-19 might be the world pre-Incheon – or even pre-Dakar

This blog was written by Sheldon Shaeffer, Chair of the Board of Directors, Asia-Pacific Regional Network for Early Childhood (ARNEC). It was originally published on the ARNEC website and the Global Education Monitoring Report World Education Blog on 20 May 2020. Post-Covid-19, the world will not be the same for a very long time. Life […]

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Traffic to Educational YouTube channels and Google Classroom during COVID-19 shows the stark Digital Divide between nations

This article is written by Vijay Siddharth Pillai, a recent graduate in Education and International Development from the University of Cambridge and a former Prime Minister’s Rural Development Fellow (India). He currently works as an Education Consultant (Education in Emergencies) at the Ministry of Education in Afghanistan. This blog is part of a series from […]

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