CovEd. Boosting capabilities during shock-born innovation in education
Those extreme changes which all the educational systems worldwide have had to encounter during the COVID-19 pandemics in 2020 can be considered as shock-born innovations. The need for changes can lead both to negative consequences, and be a source of innovation for the educational institutions. Among the major 2020’s innovations in education are adjustment technologies, coping strategies and mutual support mechanisms in the interconnected community. Instant shift to online environment was possible due to mutual micro-learning processes, unprecedented mutual attention among the stakeholders and efficient distribution of resources.
- The spirit of collaboration was demonstrated at a full extent, however, how much will it take for the competition to supersede it?
- Which tools are required by the broad public in the educational industry to participate in solving the technology-based and general innovative issues?
- How can the government and businesses contribute to those processes?