DIGITAL AND INNOVATIVE EDUCATION DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC: UZBEKISTAN

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Published Jul 18, 2021
Qudratulla Omonov Ruftullo Nigmatov Dilrabo Bakhronova

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Abstract The pandemic has become a unique test of the power of international cooperation, manifested not only in the exchange of experience on epidemiological and organizational issues, but also in mutual financial, economic and food assistance among the population. In this regard, it has become clear in Uzbekistan that it is difficult to fully ensure national security, especially human security, by eradicating the coronavirus only within the country. During the pandemic, international organizations provided the necessary assistance to Uzbekistan, and in 2020, $ 2.7 billion directed by international and foreign financial institutions such as the Asian Development Bank, the World Bank and the Japan International Cooperation Agency, financial institutions will provide health care to fight the pandemic, has allocated $ 277 million to the storage health sector.

 The covid-19 pandemic in the social context has significantly affected the population, this due to the great impact that has been generated in all the contexts where the individual develops. Among the problems that can be highlighted due to their level of increase is social inequality, discrimination, exclusion, violence, among others, being those a reason for people to have effects on their well-being and quality of life. In relation to the aforementioned, this research aimed to analyze Covid-19 in the educational context in Uzbekistan universities and in the methodological context in virtual classes during this Pandemic.

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Omonov, Q. ., Nigmatov, R. ., & Bakhronova, D. (2021). DIGITAL AND INNOVATIVE EDUCATION DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC: UZBEKISTAN. SPAST Abstracts, 1(01). Retrieved from https://spast.org/techrep/article/view/68
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Key words: pandemic, Uzbekistan, Education, Covid-19, virtual lessons, new skills, methods

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