Print. Resource Pack to Support Remote Learning

Hedges, Claire and Power, Tom (2022). Print. Resource Pack to Support Remote Learning. Resource Packs to Support Remote Learning; UNICEF & The World Bank.



In response to the challenge to education systems presented by the global COVID-19 pandemic, UNICEF and the World Bank have created a set of seven Resource Packs about remote learning. The packs are designed to support government officials and staff in national and international agencies tasked with designing and implementing effective remote learning opportunities for children in development and humanitarian contexts.

Remote learning is the process of teaching and learning performed at a distance. Rather than having learners meet their teachers in person, learners are distanced from their teacher and possibly their peers as well. One of the consequences of COVID-19 is that almost every country has had to put in place remote learning programmes. The packs are therefore designed primarily to help you to enhance and improve the effectiveness of existing remote learning programmes.

Despite advances in technology, print remains a crucial medium for many learners around the world. This pack discusses some of the major strengths and limitations of print as a medium for delivery of remote learning and identifies some of the approaches that can be taken when planning for the use of print within remote learning.

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