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Groundwork & research to inform the e-learning sector in Kosova, as well as to support the success of students and educators through online & blended learning platforms

"E-Learning" Programs and Roma, Ashkali, and Egyptian Youth

Although “e-learning” is a format for instruction that can make education more accessible, it is evident that it has not always been an option for Roma, Ashkali, and Egyptian youth.

This research was prepared as part of the project “Increasing Citizen Participation in the Digital Agenda – ICEDA”, with the financial support of the European Union.
Content is the responsibility of the Kosovo Center for Distance Education (KCDE), and does not necessarily reflect the views of the European Union.

Authors: Aaron Spitler

Editor: Antigona Uka

Published by: KCDE, Mars 2022

  • ARTICLES
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    04.02.2022
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    10.03.2022
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    03.12.2021
  • Digital solutions are a necessity for Kosovo’s education system
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    18.05.2021
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    11.08.2020

The (Lack of) Policy Gonverning Online Education in Kosova

Policies for e-learning in Kosova are as lacking as programs for “e-learning” or digital access. The only policy papers are manuals/guidelines which have been approved by MESTI for use in schools that have been forced to adapt to the pandemic.
 

This research was prepared as part of the project “Increasing Citizen Participation in the Digital Agenda – ICEDA” with the financial support of the European Union. Content is the responsibility of the Kosovo Center for Distance Education(KCDE) – Learn Online, and does not necessarily reflect the views of the European Union. “

Authors: Antigona Uka

Editor: Aaron Spitler

Published by: KCDE, Nov 2021

Lessons Learned? The Future of "E-Learning" in Kosovo

Two years into the pandemic, teachers across Kosovo still struggle to engage their students via “e-learning”. What is the teacher’s own perspective on the role of e-learning in the learning process? ”

This research was prepared as part of the project “Increasing Citizen Participation in the Digital Agenda – ICEDA” with the financial support of the European Union. Content is the responsibility of the Kosovo Center for Distance Education(KCDE) – Learn Online, and does not necessarily reflect the views of the European Union. “

Authors: Aaron Spitler & Antigona Uka

Published by: KCDE, Nov 2021

The Gender Gap in distance Education in Kosova

The Covid-19 pandemic has pushed many countries to seek solutions to provide quality distance education to all students. Some have used traditional media, such as TV and radio, while others have used more contemporary methods such as online classrooms and other online platforms. This variance in approaches has sharpened the divide for access to education among countries as well as among gender. While some countries have been able to provide education using sophisticated technology, children are experiencing the results of a massive digital divide in others. As a result, global crises are often followed by gender gaps in education, causing middle-and-lower income countries to fall short in their progress towards achieving gender equality in education.

Authors: Antigona Uka & Marigona Morina

Published by: KCDE, Feb 2021