More than 63 million teachers around the world have been impacted by the COVID19 pandemic. Many teachers demonstrated strength and grit as they shifted between various modes of education and scrambled to help students navigate the world of distance learning. Other teachers, particularly those in low-resourced areas, were unable to teach remotely and sought to find alternative ways for children to continue learning. In some parts of the world, especially those where vaccines are still unavailable, teachers continue to put their own health at risk to provide in-person education for their students. In this webinar, four teachers will share their challenges and successes from the past year.
This is the 1st 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.