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Blackman, Stacey N. J. – Prospects, 2022
The outbreak of COVID-19 worldwide has presented an unprecedented challenge for the equity-in-education agenda, especially in developing countries of the Global South (e.g., the English-speaking Caribbean). This article examines the impact school closures have had in Jamaica and Barbados, and highlights the emerging disparities the global pandemic…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Distance Education, School Closing
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von Lautz-Cauzanet, Eilean – Prospects, 2022
This viewpoint article argues that there is an urgent need to reform the project-based EdTech approach in order to allow EdTech to contribute to the resilience of education systems in the aftermath of COVID-19. Looking at the contrast between the multiplication of EdTech pilot projects presented as a necessary step in a process that will…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Student Projects, Active Learning
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Jen, Enyi; Mathijssen, Sven; Hoogeveen, Lianne – Prospects, 2022
This article discusses issues that emerged from conducting professional development activities for educators during the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2020, as post-academic educational trainers, the authors worked closely with more than 200 professional educators who participated in an international diploma program to develop their professional skills and…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Faculty Development, Skill Development
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Courtland, Darcy – Prospects, 2022
Questioning what knowledge is of most worth in the early weeks of North America's COVID-19 crisis, this article begins to reimagine the possibilities of curriculum in such unprecedented times. It reflects on the author's experiences as a doctoral student to unveil the capacity of a curriculum that emphasizes compassion, community, and relational…
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, COVID-19, Pandemics, Altruism
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MacDonald, Margaret; Hill, Cher – Prospects, 2022
The government's rapid response to the spread of Covid-19 in British Columbia has resulted in drastic and unprecedented changes to the delivery of K-12 education. Using qualitative research methods, including remote in-depth interviews, this article addresses the question: What is the educational impact of the COVID-19 rapid response on teachers,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, COVID-19, Pandemics, Elementary Secondary Education
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Lischer, Suzanne; Safi, Netkey; Dickson, Cheryl – Prospects, 2022
The disruption caused by COVID-19 in the educational sector may last longer than originally predicted. To better understand the current situation, this article analyses the mental health status of university students during the pandemic and investigates the learning conditions needed to support students. The sample included 557 undergraduate…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Undergraduate Students, Mental Health
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Donnelly, Robin; Patrinos, Harry Anthony – Prospects, 2022
With COVID-19 having caused significant disruption to the global education system, researchers are beginning to become concerned with the impact that this has had on student learning progress and, in particular, whether learning loss has been experienced. To evaluate this, the authors conducted a thorough analysis of recorded learning loss…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Achievement Gains, Equal Education
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Letzel-Alt, Verena; Pozas, Marcela; Schneider, Christoph – Prospects, 2022
With the rapid spread of COVID-19, countries around the world implemented strict protocols ordering schools to close. As a result, educational institutions were forced to establish a new form of schooling by implementing emergency remote education. Learning from home during the COVID-19 pandemic brought numerous changes, challenges, and stressors…
Descriptors: Elementary School Students, Secondary School Students, Student Attitudes, Psychological Patterns
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Spaull, Nic – Prospects, 2022
The COVID-19 pandemic is the largest social and economic shock of our lifetimes. As governments grapple with their responses to the virus, more than half the world's countries have closed their schools and severely limited almost all forms of public life. This will have a profound impact on children, both now and in the decade to come. As many…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, School Closing, Educational Change
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Sodiq, Abdulla; Di Biase, Rhonda – Prospects, 2022
This article presents an exploratory analysis of the external secondary examination system in the Republic of Maldives. The school system is structured around primary grades following a local national curriculum, secondary grades leading to O-level (Ordinary Level) examinations and higher secondary grades leading to A-level (Advanced Level)…
Descriptors: Student Evaluation, Foreign Countries, Elementary Secondary Education, National Curriculum
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Juvenile Ehwi, Lordina; Ehwi, Richmond Juvenile – Prospects, 2022
The COVID-19 lockdown implemented globally to prevent the spread of the virus has led to the closure of schools. However, insight into the impact of the lockdown on private schools and the responses it has elicited is limited, especially across the African continent. This article examines the impact of the lockdown on private basic schools in…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, COVID-19, Pandemics, School Closing
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Iyengar, Radhika; Shin, Haein – Prospects, 2022
Contextual and social realities must be built into any educational program for activism to take place. This case study examines an education and environment program which has adapted to the social distancing measures of COVID-19, resulting in an even more community-reliant and community-driven program than the program designers initially intended.…
Descriptors: Community Programs, Environmental Education, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Mustari, Sohela; Rahman, Mehe Zebunnesa; Kar, Susmita – Prospects, 2022
This article describes the socio-psychological effects of school closure on school-going urban girls in Dhaka, Bangladesh, during the COVID-19 pandemic. It illustrates the life of urban students in Bangladesh during the school-closing time and relates it to their previous normal life. It asserts that the strengths of traditional schools have…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Psychological Patterns, School Closing, Attachment Behavior
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Zhao, Yong – Prospects, 2022
A dangerous trap exists for educators and education policy makers: the learning loss. This trap comes with a large amount of data and with sophisticated projection methods. It presents a stunningly grim picture for education and it invites educators and policy makers to make wrong decisions and invest in wrong things. The article identifies a…
Descriptors: Achievement Gains, Pandemics, COVID-19, Educational Improvement
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Ramrathan, Labby – Prospects, 2021
The pandemic nature of the COVID-19 virus and the infectious potential that this virus has for the global population demands a radical response. This article focuses on school education within the context of COVID-19 and asks a fundamental curriculum question around what knowledge is most worthwhile for school education in response to this…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, School Closing, Relevance (Education)
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