Developing educators’ skills is more important now than ever before as modes of teaching continue to undergo a massive transformation in the wake of the pandemic.
The effectiveness of learning and teaching has long been measured by focusing primarily on the results of standardised tests. In this light, new methodologies, curriculum and delivery mechanisms are all tailored to improve learner outcomes. This has been further exacerbated by the pandemic as online learning has become the preferred mode of teaching. Focusing on learner outcomes is important but can education systems be truly successful unless those delivering the education are fully equipped themselves? Developing teachers’ skills is arguably of more importance now than ever before as modes of teaching continue to undergo a massive transformation in the post-COVID 19 era.
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