The group brings together education specialists who must review the measures already implemented to prevent students from leaving school and adapt them to the context of the pandemic. Experts should also come up with ideas to identify the challenges o stfudents at risk.
Rocío Fernández Carrillo created “InstaEstudios” in January 2019 to share tips and advice for students of different levels and ages to learn to study. As the pandemic emerged, Fernández adapted the projec to help students study at home during the quarantine.
The NGOs Fé y Alegria and Unidos en la Misión created the “Maestro al télefono” campaign to help teachers who need to teach online due to the quarantine and provide them smarth phones to prepare classes and chat with students.
Called Ayudan2, the site was created to support students who need to study at home during the quarantine. Students can apply for support and a volunteer will help them with their student activities and teaching them.
The university created a website called “Te Cuido” (meaning “I Care You”) offering a one-minute video tutorial. In addition to teaching how to make the fabric mask, it shows information about the importance of using masks to prevent Covid-19 and how to use them correctly.
Abdiqani Iskufilan and Abdirahman Heelo are using comedy to educate Somalians about social distancing. The two have produced video clips illustrating the acceptable distance to maintain to avoid infection. The duo walks around with a broomstick to ensure that no one breaches the acceptable social distance. They also encourage hand…
Denmark was the first European country to reopen schools on April 15. The post-lockdown measures include outdoor classes whenever possible, regular hand washing and a maximum of 10 people in a classroom. Some Danish parents against the return created the Facebook group My kid is not going to be a…
The public channel launched tele-school classes on April 14 after the schools were closed. Its aim is to keep the pedagogical continuity through distance learning specially for those children who have no access to the internet.
The minister, Dr David Moinina Sengeh (“Moi”), who studied biomedical engineering at Harvard University, launched the series of videos: “Moi Minute with Dr David Moinina Sengeh” to explain in Sierra Leonean Creole simple questions such us: what is it a virus, what are the symptoms of coronavirus or the differences…
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