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INTERNATIONAL DISTANT MEETING ON THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

INTERNATIONAL DISTANT MEETING ON THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
03.06.2020 13:20 All Top news Faculties SPP ZNU Zaporizhzhia National University факультет соціальної педагогіки та психології наукова діяльність міжнародна діяльність онлайн-конференція

Video meeting "Nearness in Times of Distance" took place, during which representatives of Universities in five countries shared their professional and personal experiences on the situation of the coronavirus pandemic and quarantine. All participants of the event are long-term partners of Zaporizhzhia National University (ZNU).

The meeting was coordinated by representatives of the University of Applied Sciences

Magdeburg-Stendal, Professors Wolf Bloemers, Fritz Wisch, Jürgen Wolf (Germany). The

event was also attended by Professors David Rodrigues (University of Lisbon), Professors of

the University of Porto Antonio Magalhaes and Fernanda Rodrigues (Portugal), scientist

Ase-Britt Falch and Professor Bengt Eriksson (Sweden), Professor Ion Dafinoiu (Iasi,

Romania). Ukraine was represented at the meeting by Associate Professor Svitlana

Pashchenko (Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv), Associate Professor Lyudmila

Romanenkova (ZOGO "Florence") and a representative of ZNU - Deputy Dean for

International Affairs of the SPP Faculty, Associate Professor of Psychology, Natalia

Mosol .

During the meeting, the international team of scientists discussed various aspects of the topic -

the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and quarantine on the socio-economic situation in the

country, on professional activities and personal life, the importance of psychological support.

Teachers from different countries also shared the experience of distance learning and

identified its potential and certain shortcomings. Among the "disadvantages" of distance

learning only identified the lack of live communication between teachers and students, which

has no technical limitations and provides opportunities for personal interaction. The event was

informative and emotionally rich.

At the end of the meeting, the participants discussed potential opportunities for further

international cooperation.

 

Faculty of Social Pedagogy and Psychology

 

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