Online Learning – A High School student’s perspective

Kinda El Dakkour a high school student is being interviewed by Education Basket’s COO Jessica Naime   The pandemic has affected the lives of people on a global level. Young learners and school students were amid those people who saw their lifestyles change from one day to another, having to adapt to remote learning (when…

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Teachers’ Perspective: Online Teaching in Lebanese Schools

Part 1 By Mira Majzoub   Schools in Lebanon have completely closed since the start of the first lockdown back in March 2020 due to the spread of Covid-19. With this closing, several questions have arisen concerning the academic year and the future of Lebanese students. As some teachers took the initiative to resume delivering…

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Learning Online During a Pandemic: A Student’s Perspective

By: Rim EL Hasbani   2020 was a year full of challenges, to the say the least. Many sectors in Lebanon were drastically affected by the global pandemic, economic crisis, and political tension.  Education in Lebanon has always been a topic of debate, even before the recent events that shook the country. Some of the…

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Online Learning in the Arab region: Perspectives and Challenges

By Rim EL Hasbani   The Covid-19 pandemic has changed the way we perceive and experience several things, including education. The world has witnessed a drastic change in education, turning from conventional and traditional on-campus learning to e-learning. Globally, universities and schools are tailoring their programs and curriculums to make them more fit to online…

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