Guidance on Active Learning at Home during educational disruption: Promoting student’s self-regulation skills in COVID-19 outbreak.
With COVID-19 rapidly spreading worldwide, UNESCO working together with Member States and international community have initiated a number of immediate actions to support millions of teachers, students and parents during school closure. In order to support undisrupted learning at this critical moment, UNESCO INRULED and UNESCO IITE are joining forces in a project of compiling a series of handbooks on flexible teaching and learning. On 13th March, 2020, the first “Handbook on Facilitating Flexible Learning During Educational Disruption: The Chinese Experience in Maintaining Undisrupted Learning in COVID-19 Outbreak” was announced, describing seven implemented flexible online learning strategies during the COVID-19 outbreak to help a country/region/school adopt the best strategies.
With school closures, both students and parents are facing challenges according to different types of family when kids studying and parents working at home. Therefore, this second handbook of “Guidance on Active Learning at Home in Educational Disruption: Promoting student’s self-regulation skills during COVID-19 outbreak” is compiled to guide students’ active learning at home. In this guidance book, not only framework and practical examples on promoting active learning are presented, but also recommendations and tips on keeping good physical and mental health are introduced for learning at home. The balance of learning, playing and exercising is highlighted in the guidance book, for, example, the advice of “Scheduling learning and playing in balance, Inspiring the study from playing, Exercising daily and moderately”.
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