UNICEF-UNESCO joint webinar series on Learning Recovery Beyond COVID-19

UNICEF-UNESCO joint webinar series on Learning Recovery Beyond COVID-19

 

On behalf of UNESCO and UNICEF, you are kindly invited to participate in the UNICEF-UNESCO joint webinar series on Learning Recovery Beyond COVID-19. As schools reopen across the Asia-Pacific region, UNESCO and UNICEF have joined hands to organize a series of webinars to inform, engage and provide tools for government and sector experts to support their COVID-19 education recovery efforts.

The purpose of this webinar series is to share emerging evidence and best practices to inform policy and practices in addressing learning loss due to school closures in the region.

Our first webinar in the series is on the Critical Role of Formative Assessment for Learning Recovery. It will be held on 30 November at 15:30-17:00pm Bangkok time (GMT+7). The webinar will cover how teachers can use formative assessment to remediate learning loss, ensure children are learning at the right level, improve learning outcomes and prevent dropout. It will include country examples of good practice from across the Asia Pacific region.

 

For background reading, please see the UNESCO report, Reimaging our Futures Together, and UNICEF’s Formative Assessment Guidance for Teachers. Associated guidance and tools on assessment, including guidance for teachers, can be found on the new interagency All Children Learning Assessment Platformhttps://allchildrenlearning.org

Should you require further information or have any questions regarding this joint webinar, please do not hesitate to contact us: Ms Faryal Khan, Programme Specialist (f.khan@unesco.org), Ms Phenwilai Chaiyaporn (Um), Programme Assistant (p.chaiyaporn@unesco.org) or Emma Hamilton Clark (ehamilton@unicef.org).