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After the outbreak of the pandemic, schools around the world have been forced to switch to a remote learning format. More than 1.5 billion students were unable to attend classes in person.
The coronavirus pandemic is still not over, but that hasn’t stopped many students from Europe from returning to school at the beginning of September.
Due to the ongoing pandemic, children across the globe have once again returned to remote learning.
China has launched one of the most extensive educational experiments in the world. Due to the pandemic, universities and schools have entirely switched to a remote learning format.
According to the latest data, the online education market in 2019 amounted to a record $205 billion. However, according to experts' forecasts, there is more to come: this amount may grow to $282 billion by 2023.
The German universities will hold the 2020/2021 academic year in hybrid form. Now we will tell you more about what this means and how difficult it was to enter a university during the pandemic.
In such a difficult period of public life as the COVID-19 pandemic, the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan managed to create a pedagogical community to select learning strategies for the new year.
Cambridge has become the first university in Britain to announce all lectures are moving online for the entire academic year.
In spring 2020, schools and universities had to switch to distance learning.
The Russian Zoom project for schoolchildren will be supplemented with a digital library with all the materials required for learning any school subject.
The Covid-19 pandemic has forced many unexpected changes to the academic year.
Teachers in New York are protesting against schools reopening. They consider such a decision premature as the level of coronavirus infection in the city remains too high.
In her article for Psychologies, Lectera founder and CEO Mila Semeshkina describes in five ways how she has managed to achieve this.
Classes at online universities offer outdoor activities. This also aims to reduce student stress levels.
The University of Canterbury is joining the edX global online learning platform from November 2020 as a course author.