The Covid-19 pandemic andTVET Learning- A critical perspective

Show simple item record Ngure, Susan Wanuri 2022-12-21T07:29:05Z 2022-12-21T07:29:05Z 2022-12-12
dc.description.abstract Corona Virus Disease of 2019 (Covid 19) emergence has had a huge impact on all levels of learning. The disruption to training was unprecedented in all parts of the world. TVET being a physical and interruptive process is still reeling from processes that were initiated to cope with diverse ways of dealing with the disruption. Such activities like digital and remote learning, was not only difficult to be impactful but also difficult to implement. The speed at which experimental learning methods were being introduced was potentially harmful. Kenya being in the developing world experienced immense challenges in coping with training during the COVID pandemic. All training institutions were closed and various training methods hastily suggested. This paper gives a critical perspective of the pandemic, it’s effect on training, the government response and the opportunities arising from the experience. The paper borrows from researchers, Kenya government documents and pronouncements, and institutional (such as UNESCO, World Bank and ILO) documents to expound and analyse on how COVID 19 affected TVET learning. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher Journal of Education, Society and Behavioural Science en_US
dc.subject Covid en_US
dc.subject TVET en_US
dc.subject Funding en_US
dc.subject Mitigation en_US
dc.title The Covid-19 pandemic andTVET Learning- A critical perspective en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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