The history and future of our struggles regarding grassroots organizations in Hungary during the pandemic: Preview

The history and future of our struggles regarding grassroots organizations in Hungary during the pandemic: Preview

By Research Team of the School of Public Life

The original goal of our team was to find out what we can learn from Hungarian social movements after the regime change in 1989/1990 and explore how contemporary struggles can benefit from this knowledge. However, the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic brought many challenges for our group and we had to make some decisions regarding our . . .

Budapest VIII. kerület, HU
COVID-19: An Experience by a School Staff Coping with the Crisis

COVID-19: An Experience by a School Staff Coping with the Crisis

By Deborah Dobransky

The creation of a virtual classroom for special education students, as a result of physical school closures due to the COVID-19 virus, offered many challenges including the need to create temporary educational plans and to learn the mechanics of online service delivery. Unexpected and positive outcomes of the virtual classroom included improved therapist and teacher . . .

Rio Rancho, NM, US
COVID-19 and Young People: Impact and Solutions

COVID-19 and Young People: Impact and Solutions

By PRIA Youth (Participatory Research In Asia)

In response to the crisis created by the COVID-19 pandemic across the world and its growing impact on the youth population in India, PRIA Youth hosted a webinar on 2nd May 2020. The webinar addressed the following questions: (1) How are young people across India being impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic? (2) How are young people’s issues and concerns being addressed by the government, policy implementers, education institutions, . . .

New Delhi, IN
Consciousness: Promoting critical citizenship through action research

Consciousness: Promoting critical citizenship through action research

By Elia Fernández-Díaz; Carlos Rodríguez-Hoyos; Adelina Calvo Salvador

Within the framework of an action-research project, we developed transmedia narratives to encourage student reflection on the conditions of workers in the textile industry as a way to help them better understand the global reality in which they live and to encourage them to take part in its improvement. From the images constructed by students, we developed an educational …

Santander, España
Reading Without Walls: Fostering Diverse Reading Interests (Grantee Research Outcome)

Reading Without Walls: Fostering Diverse Reading Interests (Grantee Research Outcome)

By Mary Ellen Shu

Graphic novelist, cartoonist, and teacher, Gene Yang, chose his platform, “Reading Without Walls” (Yang, 2016), to challenge America’s youth to read a book about a character that did not look or live like the reader themselves or a book about a topic that the reader knew nothing about. The goal of this project was to explore whether or not participation in the project …

Spring Valley, CA
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