Theme: COVID-19 and Education

News: IITE and partners in action

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

News: IITE and partners in action

Handbook on facilitating flexible learning during educational disruption has been published in Russian

15 July 2020

UNESCO IITE translated into Russian and published on its website the Russian-language version of the “Handbook on Facilitating Flexible Learning during Educational Disruption: The Chinese Experience in Maintaining Undisrupted Learning… Read more Handbook on facilitating flexible learning during educational disruption has been published in Russian

News: IITE and partners in action

UNESCO IITE and “Nauchpok” Youtube Channel target young people through popular science videos to debunk COVID-19 myths and support those in self-isolation

2 June 2020

To make the reliable information about coronavirus and proper preventive measures more accessible for young people in Eastern Europe and Central Asia, UNESCO IITE and the popular science Youtube channel “Nowchpok” released animated videos on COVID-19 fakes and distance learning tips. Read more UNESCO IITE and “Nauchpok” Youtube Channel target young people through popular science videos to debunk COVID-19 myths and support those in self-isolation

Announcements

UNESCO invites young people to share their stories on their response to the COVID-19 pandemic

29 May 2020

My COVID-19 Story is an open invitation to all young people to share their stories by means of written testimonials or the recording of their own video. To amplify their voices further, UNESCO will share their stories through its social media channels, its website and its networks all over the world. Read more UNESCO invites young people to share their stories on their response to the COVID-19 pandemic