|Title||Well-being of Teachers and Students|
The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic caused severe disruptions in the education sector and heavily affected teachers, students, and parents alike. Even in 2021, the lock down in some countries has been extended and schools across the globe have to continue with a home-based learning mode. Teachers still face challenges linked to the delivery of quality education, curriculum development, access to technology or the lack of social engagement of students. These challenges have far-reaching effects on the teaching & learning environment.
The 2021 ASEFClassNet School Collaboration project on “Well-being of Teachers and Students” engages secondary & vocational schoolteachers from ASEM Countries in a virtual peer-peer collaborative platform. The objective is to jointly create a “ASEFClassNet Handbook – Pedagogical Stories from ASEM Teachers”. The stories will illustrate how teachers across Asia and Europe cope within their different educational & cultural contexts and ensure a holistic learning environment and well-being of their students and themselves – despite the ongoing challenges in teaching and learning. The Handbook will serve as a useful teaching resource for secondary school teachers and educators in ASEM countries.
The objectives of the project:
|Age of Students||13 - 18 years|
|Level of Technology||Basic|
|Level of English||Basic|
|Coordinator/s||Ms Geeta RAJAN (India), Ms Seema ARORA (India), Mrs Daiva VAIŠNORIENĖ (Lithuania), Mrs Cristina DRESCAN (Romania), Ms April LEE (Singapore), Mr Ivan ONG (Singapore)|