Roundtable discussion: How to Overcome the Crisis in Education after the COVID-19?

On 26 May 2022, an online roundtable discussion An Assessment Tool of the 21st Century Skills aimed at Overcoming the Crisis in Education caused by the COVID19 will be held within 5th Annual International Symposium Education and the City: The Third Mission of the University.

The session will focus on the presentation of a tool developed by the Center for International Cooperation in Education Development (CICED) to assess the 21st century skills. Exploring the impact of the 21st century skills on learning outcomes in coping with the pandemic will help to plan measures to offset losses and minimize risks, provide guidance to teachers and parents to support students during this period, understand what skills are a priority, and identify which competencies within and outside of schooling must be developed more actively. The roundtable will also discuss the piloting of the developed tool in the research partner countries.

Natalia Lebedeva, Expert of the Educational Development and Technology Support Foundation, will moderate this session.

The speakers of the section include:

  • Arsen Baghdasaryan, Deputy Director of the Assessment and Testing Centre under the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports of the Republic of Armenia;
  • Vasily Rusetsky, Head of the Research Centre of the National Institute of Education under the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Belarus;
  • Zeinep Zhamakeeva, Deputy Director of the Centre for Quality Assessment and Information Technologies under Ministry of Education and Science of the Kyrgyz Republic;
  • Sabzali Jafarov, Director of the Centre for Education Quality Assessment under the President of the Republic of Tajikistan.

Please note that there will be three events broadcast simultaneously on different channels. The link to connect is available in the Symposium’s program.

All up-to-date information is available on the official page of the event.