We share stories and insights into how our community is adapting in the midst of this outbreak
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    Students recruitment

    Admin

    Eduniversal Group

    France

    04-05-2020 03:08 PM


    There are 3 possible scenarios as to how Higher education will proceed next hashtag#fall2020:

    - The Post-Pandemic Campus: the great pandemic has largely passed. Economies and civic life are rebounding as people increasingly return to face-to-face activities.

    - COVID Fall: COVID-19 still ravages nations. There is no sign of a vaccine on the horizon.Higher education is entirely online in this scenario.

    - Toggle Term: The fall 2020 is marked by rapidly succeeding viral waves. A country or region can be relatively free of COVID-19 for a time, then the pandemic roars back.

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    Edtech

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    Eduniversal Group

    France

    04-05-2020 03:12 PM

    Distance learning uses a wide variety of technologies and different types of media. Most distance learning is Web-based and takes place through an "online campus" Web site.

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    International collaboration

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    Eduniversal Group

    France

    04-05-2020 03:48 PM

    While some countries will be heavily impacted by the pandemic like the US, Australia and the UK who account for an importnat number of international students, others will have to adapt to the possibility of a year with no international diversity. 
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    Digital teaching

    Admin

    Eduniversal Group

    France

    15-04-2020 12:48 PM

    Many HE institutions had to switch their teaching methods from physical to fully online classes, in a very sgort amount of time. However, the move has revealed many flaws and complications, from access to technology, how students deal with remote teaching, and issues with mental health...Many factors are still to be adjusted. 
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    Commitment

    Admin

    Eduniversal Group

    France

    03-04-2020 07:08 PM

                          COVID 19 - We are offering our platform to share information & call for cooperation 
     
    The evolution and the scope of the context regarding COVID-19 are truly unprecedented.

    As we are all going through this crisis that has spared no country, we are now beginning to fully grasp what the situation is, and the measures we should be taking as we ride out the storm the best way we can.

    The COVID-19 crisis has made essential what we once considered to be complementary: digitalization of processes, distance learning, on-line tools, the way to evaluate students’ applications, data sharing, new teaching methods that are now applicable to all courses & trainings,  platforms for dialogue, new types of homework, new kind of collaborations, teachers rethinking their methods, and even the ways to run schools and universities.

    The agility and fast mobilization of higher education institutions in the face of this pandemic has been impressive and shows that change when needed could be rapidly implemented. This crisis has accelerated the adoption of new approaches to learning, the launch of innovative initiatives but also an awareness of a new nature!

     
    For this reason, we have decided to open a sharing platform that will allow:

    • The whole sector to feed on each other’s initiatives.
    • Schools who have not collaborated in the past to identify ways to work together, find common goals, and communicate easily.
    • Fully take into account, in the program and activities of our next Eduniversal World Convention 8/11 November 2020, our need, more than ever, to share solutions, own experiences and best practices and learnings from this very special context. 
     
    Share your ideas, suggestions, or questions in this COVID-19 SHARING CENTER

    Your participation in this platform by sharing an article, a study, an idea, a solution, a proposal for collaboration will not only feed information to your peers,
    but will also provide material for the reflections and case studies presented at the Eduniversal Convention from 8 to 11 November 2020 in Lisbon.
     
    We will get through this crisis because of the depth of our commitment, but also because we can support each other in dealing with the upheavals of this outbreak. 
     
    Our thoughts are with all Eduniversal Schools’ community affected by the COVID-19.