What is it about?

Drawing on the experience of educators from three different countries, this case study looks at how education continuity was provided during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Why is it important?

This study shares educators' experiences in the hope that others can learn from their challenges and build on their successes in the new normal post-pandemic.


This collaborative article was challenging to construct as it was written entirely virtually, and only a few authors knew each other before the pandemic. It was humbling to hear of the experiences of the 12 participants interviewed, and despite the hardships, how caring academics went beyond the call of duty to look after struggling learners, to do their best to promote wellbeing alongside active engagement and learning.

Chris Coutts
Quality House Consulting Bahrain

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This page is a summary of: Emergency remote education in Bahrain, Iraq, and Russia During the COVID-19 pandemic: A comparative case study, Human Systems Management, November 2020, IOS Press, DOI: 10.3233/hsm-201097.
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