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The Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE) promotes access to quality, safe, and relevant education for all persons affected by crisis.

JEiE Behind the Pages Journal on Education in Emergencies

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The Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE) promotes access to quality, safe, and relevant education for all persons affected by crisis.

    Project-Based Learning as an Innovative COVID-19 Response

    Project-Based Learning as an Innovative COVID-19 Response

    On this episode of Behind the Pages, Leena Zahir shares insights on project-based learning as a useful pedagogical approach for learners in EiE contexts and discusses the development and rollout of one such initiative, the Internet Free Education Resource Bank (IFERB), which broadens the learning opportunities available among digitally marginalized students. 
    The IFERB is available from the Education Above All website at: https://resources.educationaboveall.org/.
    Leena Zahir and Janhvi Maheshwari-Kanoria are the authors of the field note “Project-Based Learning as an Innovative COVID-19 Response,” which was published in JEiE Vol. 8, No. 3 – Special Issue on Education in Pandemics (December 2022). 
    Behind the Pages is the podcast of the Journal on Education in Emergencies (JEiE). For more information about JEiE, and to read all JEiE issues free of charge, visit inee.org/journal. 

    • 22 min
    Distance Learning Innovations in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic in the US and Lebanon

    Distance Learning Innovations in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic in the US and Lebanon

    On this episode of Behind the Pages, Carmen Sherry Brown and Michèle Boujikian join the podcast to discuss their experiences with rapidly implementing innovative distance learning solutions in response to the outbreak of COVID-19 in the United States and Lebanon, including the rollout of a WhatsApp-based program and a remote virtual tutoring program.
    Carmen Sherry Brown is the author of the field note “Remote Family Engagement through Virtual Tutoring: An Emergency Response to Support Children, Families, and Students,” and Michèle Boujikian, Alice Carter, and Katy Jordan are the authors of the field note “The Sandbox Model: A Novel Approach to Iterating while Implementing an Emergency Education Program in Lebanon during the COVID-19 Pandemic,” both of which were published in JEiE Vol. 8, No.3 – Special Issue on Education in Pandemics (December 2022).
    Behind the Pages is the podcast of the Journal on Education in Emergencies (JEiE). For more information about JEiE, and to read all JEiE issues free of charge, visit inee.org/journal. 

    • 32 min
    COVID-19, Wellbeing, and Teachers’ Preparedness for Remote Learning: Evidence from Rwanda and Honduras

    COVID-19, Wellbeing, and Teachers’ Preparedness for Remote Learning: Evidence from Rwanda and Honduras

    This episode of Behind the Pages highlights teacher preparedness for remote learning and wellbeing amid the COVID-19 pandemic in Rwanda and Honduras through our conversation with Artemio Cortez Ochoa and Gustavo Páyan-Luna. 
    Emma Carter, Artemio Cortez Ochoa, Philip Leonard, Samuel Nzaramba, and Pauline Rose are the authors of the research article “School Leaders’ and Teachers’ Preparedness to Support Education in Rwanda during the COVID-19 Emergency,” and Craig Davis and Gustavo Páyan-Luna are the authors of the field note “Improving Social-Emotional Health: Expansion of Teacher and Student Wellbeing during the COVID-19 Crisis in Honduras,” both of which were published in JEiE Vol. 8, No.3 – Special Issue on Education in Pandemics, published in December 2022. 
    Behind the Pages is the podcast of the Journal on Education in Emergencies (JEiE). For more information about JEiE, and to read all JEiE issues free of charge, visit inee.org/journal. 

    • 25 min
    The 2020 Pandemic in South Sudan: An Exploration of Teenage Mothers’ and Pregnant Adolescent Girls’ Resilience and Educational Continuity

    The 2020 Pandemic in South Sudan: An Exploration of Teenage Mothers’ and Pregnant Adolescent Girls’ Resilience and Educational Continuity

    On this episode of Behind the Pages, we speak with Anne Corwith about the factors that contribute to young mothers’ and pregnant adolescent girls’ resilience and motivation to return to school in Maiwut Town, South Sudan, including their aspiration for financial freedom and having women role models. 
    Anne Corwith and Fatimah Ali are the authors of the research article, “The 2020 Pandemic in South Sudan: An Exploration of Teenage Mothers’ and Pregnant Adolescent Girls’ Resilience and Educational Continuity,” which was published in JEiE Vol. 8, No. 3 – Special Issue on Education in Pandemics (December 2022). 
    Behind the Pages is the podcast of the Journal on Education in Emergencies (JEiE). For more information about JEiE, and to read all JEiE issues free of charge, visit inee.org/journal. 

    • 19 min
    Scapegoating the Usual Suspects? Pandemic Control and the Securitization of Qur’anic Education in Northern Nigeria

    Scapegoating the Usual Suspects? Pandemic Control and the Securitization of Qur’anic Education in Northern Nigeria

    On this episode of Behind the Pages, we speak with Hannah Hoechner and Sadisu Idris Salisu about how the Nigerian state rationalized forced closures of Qur’anic schools and student deportations by casting Qur’anic education as both a security threat and a public health concern. 
    Hannah Hoechner and Sadisu Idris Salisu are the authors of the research article, “Scapegoating the Usual Suspects? Pandemic Control and the Securitization of Qur’anic Education in Northern Nigeria,” which was published in JEiE Vol. 8, No. 3 – Special Issue on Education in Pandemics (December 2022). 
    Behind the Pages is the podcast of the Journal on Education in Emergencies (JEiE). For more information about JEiE, and to read all JEiE issues free of charge, visit inee.org/journal. 

    • 31 min
    Home Learning and Education Reform during COVID-19 in Syria and the Democratic Republic of Congo

    Home Learning and Education Reform during COVID-19 in Syria and the Democratic Republic of Congo

    On this episode of Behind the Pages, Su Lyn Corcoran and Jean-Benoît Falisse join us to discuss takeaways from their research for education policy, including insights on teachers’ pay and working conditions, programming to support students with disabilities, and remote learning during COVID-19 in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Syria.
    Su Lyn Corcoran, Helen Pinnock, and Rachel Twigg are the authors of the research article “Home Learning for Children in Low-Income Contexts during a Pandemic: An Analysis of 2020 Survey Results from Syria and the Democratic Republic of the Congo,” and Jean-Benoît Falisse, Cyril Brandt, Jean Mukengere Basengezi, Sweta Gupta, Dieudonné Kanyerhera, Pierre Marion, Pacifique Nyabagaza, Ibrahim Safari Nyandinda, Gauthier Marchais, and Samuel Matabishi are the authors of the research article “Implementing Free Primary Education in a Crisis Context: COVID-19 and Education Reform in South Kivu, Democratic Republic of the Congo,” both of which were published in JEiE Vol. 8, No. 3 – Special Issue on Education in Pandemics (December 2022). 
    Behind the Pages is the podcast of the Journal on Education in Emergencies (JEiE). For more information about JEiE, and to read all JEiE issues free of charge, visit inee.org/journal. 

    • 32 min

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