The COVID pandemic places tremendous burdens on educators around the world to identify creative and innovative approaches to ensure learning continues for their students. What kinds of institutionalized support are teachers receiving from governments and international development partners during the pandemic? How, if at all, has support for teachers been incorporated into national COVID education responses? In this webinar, participants will hear from four teachers in different political contexts around the world to learn about the kinds of policies and programs that have been introduced to support teachers during crisis.
This is the 3rd webinar in the series, Teaching in Times of Crisis: Learning from Educators around the World. A webinar series for K-12 educators. For more information about the series, visit: https://global.indiana.edu/global-learning/workshops.html. Contact Dr. Elisheva Cohen at email@example.com with questions.
Participants will receive a certificate for 2 contact hours of professional development for each webinar.
Presented by the Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies at Indiana University with support from the Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies.