EdTech and Covid-19: Lessons learned, future plans

2 March 2021
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM GMT
Online Event

Covid-19 has reshaped our world. A year since schools shut their doors we are running a series of events to reflect on the pandemic, school closures and how these lessons can prepare us for an uncertain future. 

We will begin the event with opening remarks from high-level speakers from Helen Grant MP, the Prime Minister’s Special Envoy on Girls’ Education and , David Sengeh, Sierra Leone’s Minister of Basic and Senior Secondary Education, followed by a discussion between a panel of experts including Ranjitsinh Disale - Global Teacher Prizewinner 2020, Albert Nsengiyumva - Executive Secretary of the Association for the Development of Education in Africa and Sarah Shaikh - Director, Deaf Reach Program, Family Educational Services Foundation chaired by Susan Nicolai, EdTech Hub Research Director. More speakers to be announced soon.

At this event we will launch our latest flagship publication ‘10 things you need to know about Covid-19 and EdTech’. This publication has been designed to be user-centred and easily accessible to those making decisions about EdTech in education systems. The publication is in both a brief and video format.

Link for tickets: ​http://bit.ly/hubmarch2