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An International School in Beijing’s Frontline Response to the COVID-19 Crisis

Transition to Home Learning


As the first country affected at the epicentre of the coronavirus crisis, schools across China had only a few days to
prepare and implement home learning programs, in the wake of the unprecedented nationwide government decision to
close all schools.


Even though initially it was expected school closures would only be...

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Home learning during Coronavirus in Madrid

How an International School in Madrid is dealing with the COVID-19 crisis

During the past week, the coronavirus has cast uncertainty over the future of education. Under normal circumstances, almost 10 million Spanish students would be attending their respective educational centres. However, the new coronavirus spreading wildly across the country has forced all...

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In extraordinary times we learn extraordinary lessons

We have reached out to the American Overseas School of Rome to ask how are they adapting their teaching approach to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. Their Head of School, Mr. Michael Callan, had this to say:

“In extraordinary times, we learn extraordinary lessons. In the regular classroom setting, the teacher skillfully blends the art of teaching with the science...

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How Skt. Josef international school in Denmark is adapting to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation

Key points:


  • Kids need structure.

  • Different ages need different approaches.

  • Technology and learning platforms are useful, but it is important that children still feel that they have a teacher.

  • The biggest challenge is for families.

Remote education, home learning, or as they call it here in Denmark,...

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