This article looks at the potential impact of COVID‐19 on student learning as schools abruptly morphed into virtual learning environments using data from several instructional, practice, and assessment solutions offered by Renaissance.
This study looks into teacher’s perspectives in India about online mode of learning, challenges and issues faced by them in migration to online platform, experience about online tools/platforms used for instructional delivery and their suggestions to improve the process for effective teaching.
Educator Perspectives on the Impact of Covid-19 on Teaching and Learning in Australia and New Zealand
This study provides insight into the realities of distance education, both for teachers and home-bound students, as communities and governments continue to face difficult choices about education during this unprecedented crisis.
School Students’ Perception and Challenges towards Online Classes during COVID-19 Pandemic in India: An Econometric Analysis
This study analyzes the perceptions of students and the challenges of online classes during this ongoing COVID-19 outbreak using quantitative and sample survey approach.
This study analyzes the role of socioeconomic factors in how teachers and students have experienced teaching and learning during the pandemic in Australia.
This note discusses the impact of COVID-19 and related school closures on primary students’ access to learning in Nepal.
The likely impact of COVID-19 on education: Reflections based on the existing literature and recent international datasets
This report attempts to gain a better understanding of how the COVID-19 crisis may affect students’ learning. It looks at the different direct and indirect ways through which the virus,and the measures adopted to contain it,may impact children’s achievement
This article aims to provide a comprehensive report on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on online teaching and learning of various papers and indicate the way forward.
This paper examines the remote learning options that countries around the world have made available for pre-primary students and their families while schools are closed during the COVID-19 pandemic.