To survive in an unprecedented, rapidly changing, COVID-19-affected world, international schools need Heads and Board Members who display an equally unprecedented level of agility and open-mindedness. When it comes...
While we know that the impact of this virus will be far-reaching, what might it mean in the longer term for education?
By Dr. Daniel Jubert, Headmaster, American International School of Cape Town I have been reading and watching how staff and students in Europe and Asia are returning to campuses....
Some operators are offering free of charge access to distance education platforms in some countries.
There’s a lot of uncertainty about the 2020–21 school year, but planning for a mix of remote and in-person instruction will help educators be ready.
Unicef asked a few teachers what their experiences have been like, here are their answers.
When school buildings reopen, many teachers might not be there.
The coronavirus pandemic is remaking the way children learn, and it could have an impact on their eyes.
Cartoons are recognisable and familiar to children in a time of confusion and uncertainty.
Children are not indifferent to the tremendous impact of the pandemic.
As countries slowly start to loosen restrictions, schools across the world are considering reopening.
These four elements can help leaders successfully navigate the current crisis and thrive beyond it.
Prioritising SEL, adjusting approaches to testing and adopting a customer-service approach could be long-term changes districts have to embrace.
Here’s a list of six things some teachers, plan to change once there is a semblance of normal.
Primary children in Denmark have been back at school for a month now.
The closest and the most useful comparison for the current COVID-19-induced school closures is the Ebola epidemic in West Africa in 2014.
Read the World Bank Report here.
Whether a parent, teacher or student, online learning can be a struggle.
Research in the field of education in crisis situations allows us to identify three main orientations for educational planning during the pandemic: supporting parents, identifying student needs and managing...
How can families stay connected while living apart? Chanel Worsteling, AISA Child Protection & Well-being Programme Manager, in this article suggests some attitudes that might be helpful in promoting...
When and how to reopen schools is one of the toughest and most sensitive decisions on political agendas today.
Today schools in the 21st century face a whole range of challenges when trying to keep their communities safe and healthy.
Curious about the ways the international teaching sector has been impacted by Covid-19?
Students may not see some of their most beloved teachers when they come back to school.