Distance learning solutions have been deployed over the past month in a vast majority of countries, but how effective are they in reaching the world’s 1.5 billion students affected by school closures?
‘’The effectiveness of the strategies is mainly conditioned by four levels of preparedness: technical preparedness, content readiness, pedagogical preparedness and monitoring and evaluation,’’ explained Mr Borhene Chakroun, Director of the Division of Policies and Lifelong Learning Systems at UNESCO, opening the fifth Covid-19 webinar on 17 April………..………………
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