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The Creative and Reflective Profesor in the Global Pandemic of Covid - Innovative Learning Design for Present and Future

Doinita Popa
Last modified: 2021-08-31


The paper aims at addressing how the transition from classical to digital education has been due to theglobal pandemic of covid, the speed with which the teachers have identified the most effective methods ofadaptation to translate the process into a new form of teaching- learning-evaluation, with its limits oradvantages, as well as what the school will become after the pandemic crise. Teachers have reinventedthemselves, and digital teaching has brought the most innovative techniques and learning methods, which, ofcourse, outline a new profile of the modern teacher, forced to change the rules during the game, sometimesreaching unsuspected performance. Also, the extensive studies and research done so far on education systemsreveal essential issues that could be considered starting points for what could become the educational path inthe future. Thus, this paper talk about a reconsideration of the concept of universal learning design throughthe diversity of innovative techniques and methods valued and adapted to the current context.