The impact of COVID-19 on education: Lessons learnt for access, quality, and pedagogy

The impact of COVID-19 on education: Lessons learnt for access, quality, and pedagogy

When

12 October 2022    
13:00 - 14:00

Event Type

The webinar focuses on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on education in developed and developing countries. Bringing together scholars and practitioners in social sciences, it explores how education systems at various levels have responded to challenges posed by COVID-19 over the past three years and the implications for access, equity, quality, and pedagogy. Reflecting on their ongoing research projects on COVID-19, the speakers will also reflect on the opportunities and challenges in moving forward, and minimizing the disruptions caused within education system. The webinar is free to attend.

Speakers:

  1. Matthew Easterbrook, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, School of Psychology, University of Sussex
  2. Naureen Durrani, Professor, Graduate School of Education, Nazarbayev University
  3. UNESCO International Institute for Higher Education in Latin America and the Caribbean (UNESCO IESALC):
    • Emma Sabzalieva, Head of Higher Education Research and Policy Analysis
    • Dana Abdrasheva, Policy Analyst
    • Mauricio Escribens, Policy Analyst

Time: 1 p.m. UK, 8 a.m. Toronto, Canada, 6 p.m. Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan

Please register at: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/12OEUr3z4AksmNhFlZJ9AckV4yWoMert9/edit#gid=1981879311

Zoom meeting details:
Meeting ID: 947 2306 8765
Passcode: 776965

Join using this link: https://nu-edu-kz.zoom.us/j/94723068765?pwd=azNQU2NLVFNhWHdZS0JyQ2UxcDNHQT09

British Association for International and Comparative Education (BAICE) International Webinar Series

This international webinar series is an initiative of BAICE aimed at promoting global conversations on various topics relating to comparative and international education. For queries and suggestions, please email webinar coordinators: Dr. Dilrabo Jonbekova and Dr. Jack Lee at dilrabo.jonbekova@nu.edu.kz and Jack.Lee@ed.ac.uk