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Sandeep Grover; Sandeep Kumar Goyal; Aseem Mehra (et al.)
This cross-sectional survey, conducted in India, aims to assess the impact of online classes on the children and parents/guardians. It was conducted during the period of 21st June 2020 to 17th
July 2020 among the guardians of children attending the online classes,
Suqin Tang; Mi Xiang; Teris Cheung (et al.)
Javaria Qazi; Khulla Naseer; Atika Qazi (et al.)
Educational institutes around the globe in this 21st century is facing challenges of SARS-CoV-2 Coronavirus infectious disease. They are required to conduct online learning to avoid face to face contact in emergency scenarios such as COVID-19 pandemic and continuing academic year while keeping social distancing. Students need to adapt to new roles of learning through information technology to succeed in academics amid COVID-19. However, access to the impact of access & use of online learning resources, to what extent, these students are satisfied with online learning amid COVID-19 particularly in handling new challenges are critical to explore. Therefore, this paper aims to assess and compare the access & use of online learning of Bruneians and Pakistanis amid enforced lockdown imposed by the governments using a five-items satisfaction scale underlying existing literature.
Shawna J. Lee; Kaitlin P. Ward; Olivia D. Chang (et al.)
Luca Pierantoni; Jacopo Lenzi; Marcello Lanari (et al.)
Matthew D. Snape; Russell M. Viner
Hem Chand Dayal; Lavinia Tiko
Datonye Christopher Briggs
At the time of writing, the world is facing an education catastrophe. The measures taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19 has impacted education for children all over the world. Due to school closures, hundreds of millions of children are not learning or getting services that are vital for their development and well-being. Many of the world’s children were not learning even before the pandemic, and without rapid action, this learning crisis is likely to spread. This paper sets out seven priority action areas to deliver changes crucial to advert an education catastrophe for the world's children.
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