Schools are closed. Homeschooling techniques are a challenge. Best practices help parents and children to cope with distance learning.
Daily sports lessons for elementary school children
In partnership with the Austrian Ministry of Education, SPORTUNION launched an online sports programme via Zoom and Facebook.
Digitising a school during the Covid-19 pandemic
While thousands of schools in Germany struggle with teaching children through online tools, one school in Bavaria completely digitised itself.
Tallinn librarians read to children over the phone during lockdown
The librarians from Tallinn Central Library read books to children over the phone, Skype or Facebook until the government-imposed isolation ends.
Support platform for remote schooling
A Swedish platform provides online resources to assist schools and teachers in remote teaching.
A streaming platform offers high-quality educational videos
A streaming platform delivers high-quality educational videos that help Austrian teachers and pupils to make digital teaching more effective.
An overview on homeschooling techniques
Crisis response measures in many countries require schools to remain closed and children are being educated digitally. For parents, this poses the challenge of having to suddenly adapt to home-schooling techniques. In many cases, parents
Study support for school children at home
An Italian volunteer organisation offers online tutoring to help kids through this period of remote learning.
Teaching on all channels
To reach children with no access to the internet, an initiative offers distance learning via television.
University students tutor pupils for free
An educational initiative connects pupils studying at home with a university student willing to support them with their schoolwork.
Coronavirus activity book for kids
A workbook helps children learn about the coronavirus and how they can help to slow down its spread.
School laptops lent out to students
Some schools are lending their school computers to students so they can participate in online classes.
A government platform to inform about EdTech
As many EdTech projects are still unknown to teachers, parents and children, the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry provides an overview of potential offers.