Editorial: Capacity Building for New Modes of Learning and Teaching

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2022-11-21
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Panda, Santosh
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Panda, Santosh
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Commonwealth of Learning (COL)
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In many educational development initiatives across the globe, and especially in the Commonwealth by the Commonwealth of Learning (COL), capacity building at all levels and for all categories of people has been underlined as the foundation to shifting to new modes of teaching-learning-training during Covid and also in the post-COVID-19 era. The change management formulation through the model of ‘policy-technology-capacity building’ had emerged as a significantly effective strategy toward development and especially ‘learning for development’. We need more research evidence to further support this formulation, and also to contribute to possible directions for national, institutional and individual goal-setting and strategic applications in-context. It is hoped that the contributions to this issue of JL4D will further enlighten our understanding and suggest pathways toward implementation of education and training programmes in national, regional and institutional contexts.
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Capacity Building, Teaching and Learning Methods, ICT in Education
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Pan-Commonwealth
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Journal of Learning for Development; Vol 9, No 3
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