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Impact of corona pandemic on educational undertakings and possible breakthrough mechanisms

Endalew Fufa Kufi (), Tolera Negassa, Retta Melaku and Robsan Mergo
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Endalew Fufa Kufi: College of Education and Behavioral Science, Arsi University.
Tolera Negassa: College of Education and Behavioral Science, Arsi University.
Retta Melaku: College of Education and Behavioral Science, Arsi University.
Robsan Mergo: College of Education and Behavioral Science, Arsi University.

BizEcons Quarterly, 2020, vol. 11, 3-14

Abstract: This impact survey is based on experiential reflections and international sources. The purpose is to forward workable solutions for virtual learning based on review of breakthrough mechanisms so far employed to continue learning during the lockdown due to corona pandemic. Desk-review method was employed for the analysis, and the sources were national and international experiences that focused on the analysis of COVID-19 impacts on teaching and learning. Overall, four issues were addressed in the impact survey which enclosed social, economic, psychological and resource issues. For each case raised as impact on teaching and learning, experience-based recommendations were given.

Keywords: Coronavirus; Pandemic; Education; Breakthrough (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: E44 O16 O40 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2020
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