Annotated resources for online learning
For educators, the COVID-19 Pandemic is a quintessential adaptive and transformative challenge, one for which there is no pre-configured playbook that can guide appropriate responses.
Education leaders must swiftly design responses – and with specifi c contexts in mind – as the pandemic runs its course. This brief discusses the second module of a series which presents the results of a comparative analysis of emerging educational needs and responses as the pandemic unfolds across countries around the world.
The overall goal of this series is to facilitate the rapid design process and implementation of adaptive responses to the emerging education challenges, and to protect young people’s educational opportunities during and following the pandemic.
The first module, published end of March 2020 – A framework to guide an education response to the COVID-19 Pandemic – is a tool to support education leaders based on a cross-national survey conducted between the 18th and 27th of March 2020. The survey assessed educational needs, priorities, implementation challenges and emerging responses, and was the fi rst of a series of surveys to monitor the evolution of responses to emerging needs in the education sector.
This second module is a collaborative effort between the Global Education Innovation Initiative at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, the OECD’s Directorate of Education and Skills, the World Bank Education Global Practice and the organisation Hundred. It presents a fi rst set of online educational resources to support the continuity of teaching and learning during the 2019-20 COVID-19 Pandemic with education leaders around the world. The resources were compiled from responses to the same survey used to produce the fi rst module, and additional online sources were included to enhance the list in order
to support the continuity of learning for students who have access to the internet and digital devices.
Subsequent modules will include a curated catalogue of radio and educational television resources, and a module to guide the implementation of effective education responses.
We hope these resources help those collaborating across institutions and countries in the important and urgent task of supporting students’ opportunity to learn during this challenging crisis shared among humankind.
CONSULTE DOCUMENTO AQUI:
Fernando Reimers, Global Education Innovation Initiative at the Harvard Graduate School of Education
Andreas Schleicher, OECD
Jaime Saavedra, The World Bank
Saku Tuominen, HundrED