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Tünde Barabási; Gabriella-Mária Stark
Teachers are the most important actors in improving students’ learning outcomes and thus in addressing a learning crisis in the region. Moreover, the unprecedented and extensive school closures caused by the COVID-19 pandemic have affected about 43 million teachers in school education in the Asia-Pacific region. These teachers were at risk of losing their jobs due to budget cuts, they had to address the new challenge of teaching remotely, as well as worrying about their own and their families’ health and well-being. Throughout the school closures, teachers continued to teach under extremely fluid and trying conditions: increased workloads, having to use new and unfamiliar technologies without adequate training, experiencing a lack of materials for online instruction, high levels of physical and mental stress, and insufficient support.
Janika Leoste; Zsolt Lavicza; Kristof Fenyvesi (et al.)
Mary Renck Jalongo
Yusuf Hanafi; Ahmad Taufiq; Muhammad Saefi (et al.)
Jinhee Kim; Su Jeong Wee; Sohyun Meacham
Julia T. Atiles; Mayra Almodóvar; Aleida Chavarría Vargas (et al.)
Melissa Kimber; Jill R. McTavish; Meredith Vanstone (et al.)
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