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Reset education

Presentation held at the webinar "Online Teaching Reshape Education during and after COVID-19", jointly held by UNESCO-ICHEI, UNESCO IITE, INRULED, Southern University of Science and Technology, and Tsinghua University China. There were launched six guidelines for teachers, students, parents and communities, principals and educational administrators, learning technologies and platforms, and personal data security.
Also the webinar bring together educational actors worldwide to talk about their experiences and lessons learned regarding online teaching during COVID-19 and share their views on how these will reshape education.

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Reset education

  1. 1. education: challenges and lessons learnt in Romania Assoc. prof. dr. Gabriela Grosseck West University of Timisoara, Romania Prof. univ. dr. Carmen Holotescu “Ioan Slavici” University of Timisoara, Romania Online Teaching Reshape Education during and after COVID-19 3 June 2020
  2. 2. 7steps approach 11 March 2020 1. What is the appropriate technology? 2. Training to use the appropriate technology. 3. Create a virtual space for your course within institutional LMS. 4. Prepare lessons for online teaching. 5. Seek constant feedback from students. 6. Communicate with social media. 7. Other aspects to consider: health, self-care, socio-emotional learning, balancing work and life, emotional hygiene, disinformation burnout, ethics … Bran, R., & Grosseck, G. (2020). Press RESET: Digitalising Education in Disruptive Times. Revista Romaneasca pentru Educatie Multidimensionala, 12(1Sup2), 39-48. https://doi.org/10.18662/rrem/12.1sup1/245
  3. 3. Stability Safety Stay connected Restoring and Resetting Education “The pandemic represents a rare but narrow window of opportunity to reflect, reimagine and reset our world.” Professor Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman, World Economic Forum
  4. 4. • the pandemic has changed how learners around the globe are educated (in April 91% from 194 countries) • new solutions for education - rapidly adopted, could bring much needed innovation • teachers and students acquired new digital, learning and facilitating skills • given the digital divide, new shifts in education approaches could widen equality gaps - worldwide only 60% could be online, in Romania too. This crises: opportunity to remind ourselves of the skills students need in this unpredictable world: • informed decision making, • creative problem solving, and perhaps above all, • adaptability. https://en.unesco.org/covid19/educationresponse
  5. 5. We should rethink the role of a resilient and quality Education: Institutional level • motivate teachers to learn continuously (in in/formal programs, MOOCs) • adopt open educational practices/blended learning, integrate OERs and MOOCs National level • programs for infrastructure, connectivity • promote Open Education principles • transparent public-private partnerships European level • recovery instrument NextGenerationEU: supporting distance learning and digital skills development • projects for opening up education, micro-credentials for formal recognition of different learning paths (MOOCs) International level • collaboration for sharing best practices, for communities of practice of teachers and policy makers • for adopting UNESCO Recommendations for OER/Dynamic Coalition of OER https://iite.unesco.org/news/iite-inruled-new-guidance-on-open-educational-practices-during-covid-19/
  6. 6. Thank you! Gabriela Grosseck Twitter: @ggrosseck Carmen Holotescu Twitter: @cami13 FB, LinkedIn, Researchgate, Google Scholar, Slideshare

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