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Published 07.06.2020 14:57
In Peru, a clown records videos to entertain children during the quarantine.
Gonzalo Alexander Damián Rojas, known as the Bolita clown, has been out of work for more than 60 days due to the pandemic. However, it is recording children’s shows to make them happy. The target audience is residents of poorer areas. This clown is recording the videos using his cell…
Published 07.06.2020 10:59
In Peru, a psychologist disguises himself as a clown to chat online with children during quarantine.
Alain Madueño became the clown Doctor Pepo and together with a puppet called Pepito talks about self-esteem and healthy coexistence during the isolation caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. The psychologist uses his personal Facebook profile to interact with the children.
Published 04.06.2020 10:30
In Colombia, a psychologist launched “#covibook”, a children’s book on the pandemic, in 25 languages.
The author, Manuela Molina, explains on her website, that this book is an invitation for families to discuss the feelings regarding the lockdown and pandemic in the current situation. It is intended for children under 7 years old and it is translated in 25 languages, including Spanish, Arabic, Chinese and…
Published 02.06.2020 14:02
In Uruguay, an online platform connects students with volunteers to help them to study.
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.
Published 02.06.2020 11:52
A group of Polish computer programmers want to help teachers work remotely
Over 160 volunteers joined forces to help Polish teachers solve problems in remote learning. These are issues related to the English language or the automation of teaching processes. The Geeks4Teachers project was created during one of the hackathons for computer programmers, and it is an entirely grass-roots initiative.
Published 10.06.2020 17:40
Denmark became the first country in Europe to reopen primary schools, nurseries and kindergartens after five weeks of lockdown.
Denmark introduced new comprehensive measure to tackle the pandemic. Starting in mid-April, the country welcomed its students back with hand washing stations and extra sinks. Inside the school, classrooms were divided so that desks could be at the recommended two-metre distance. Teaching timetables were changed to keep to small groups…
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Published 01.06.2020 13:45
Worldwide, teeneagers from student news organizations are reporting stories on how young people are living the pandemic through the Teenage Reporting Project COVID-19 platform.
The initiative was launched by the Global Youth and News Media Prize and it is supported by the France-based outlet News Decoder. The young reporters aim to help their peers telling stories about the pandemic, voices usually excluded from general media. Teens from 11 student news organizations on four continents…
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Published 29.05.2020 13:50
In Brazil, some teachers teach by Whatsapp during the pandemic.
Suelen Dagmar dos Santos, coordinator of the public school Helder James Pereira Magalhães, in Bahia, northeastern Brazil, created a schedule of school activities for 80 early childhood students to continue studying during the quarantine via Whatsapp groups. Students who do not have access to the internet at home also continue…
Published 28.05.2020 13:08
In Peru, educational material is broadcast on television, radio and the internet to allow pupils continue studying during quarantine.
The project was launched by the Ministry of Education and it is called “Aprendo em Casa”. It is broadcast on TV Perú, Canal IPe, and Rádio Nacional, in addition to 335 local radio stations. Classes are taught in several languages, including Spanish and Awajún, Ashaninka, Aymara, Shipibo-Konibo, Yanesha, Wampis, Shawi,…
Published 28.05.2020 12:03
In Argentina, a teacher uses a radio show to teach students who do not have internet.
The program is called “Contenido” and is broadcast on a community radio from the Rosario city to primary students who are quarantined due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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