Theme: COVID-19 and Education

Announcements

High-level online ministerial event “One year into COVID: Prioritizing education recovery to avoid a generational catastrophe”

23 March 2021

UNESCO is pleased to invite you to the high-level online ministerial event entitled “One year into COVID: Prioritizing education recovery to avoid a generational catastrophe”. The event will be held… Read more High-level online ministerial event “One year into COVID: Prioritizing education recovery to avoid a generational catastrophe”

Announcements

2021 International Seminar on Technological Progress Promotes the Quality of Rural Education

15 January 2021

Time: 16 and 17 January 2021, 3 pm-5:50 pm Moscow time (GMT+3), 8pm-10:50pm BJT (GMT+8) Platform:Zoom Meeting Meeting ID:882 4743 2300 Password:123123 Zoom link:https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88247432300?pwd=bG13dmhkWXdtYkJUZ FJXQnJiQm9rQT09 Working language: English and Chinese (simultaneous interpretation… Read more 2021 International Seminar on Technological Progress Promotes the Quality of Rural Education

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International Conference “Protection of the adolescent health and development in context of COVID-19 crisis”

5 December 2020

The international conference Protection of the adolescent health and development in context of COVID-19 crisis was held online on 26-27 November 2020.  Tigran Yepoyan and Alexandra Ilieva of UNESCO IITE’s Unit… Read more International Conference “Protection of the adolescent health and development in context of COVID-19 crisis”

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Guidance on active learning and promoting student’s self-regulation skills in COVID-19 outbreak has been published in Russian

21 July 2020

UNESCO IITE prepared and published on its website an electronic Russian-language version of the “Guidance on Active Learning at Home during Educational Disruption: Promoting student’s self-regulation skills in COVID-19 outbreak”…. Read more Guidance on active learning and promoting student’s self-regulation skills in COVID-19 outbreak has been published in Russian