Huge interest in the EduIno Webinar on Implementing COVID-19 plans and protocol for reopening schools
Skopje, 21 September 2020: The first EduIno Webinar, which was focused on the new plan and protocols for reopening schools during the COVID-19 pandemic, engaged over 4000 participants in real time. The webinar is the first in a series of EduIno Webinars to engage education professionals, teachers and parents on topics to improve quality teaching and support for learning.
The webinars are interactive one-hour events where participants engage with renowned experts, lecturers and practitioners to learn new skills and knowledge on different topic relevant to education. Held in Macedonian and Albanian languages, participants can ask questions and consult with lecturers about approaches, methods, tools and innovations that can be introduced during teaching.
During the first EduIno Webinar dedicated to school reopening preparations provided a practical overview plan and protocol for teaching, schools were able to share experiences and tips about the necessary preparations. The webinar was facilitated by representatives from the primary school "Nevena Georgieva-Dunja" – by Hari Stojanoski, School Principal and Kalina Spiroska, School Pedagogue.
Over the coming weeks more webinars will be organised on topics identified by teachers as well as topics that are pertinent to the advancement of teaching and learning during the COVID-19 situation and beyond. The recording of this and other webinars will be published on www.eduino.gov.mk
The webinars are organized by the Ministry of Education and Science and the Bureau for Development of Education with UNICEF support. Technical support was provided by Smart Up - Laboratory for Social Innovation
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