INNOVATIVE KNOWLEDGE, LEADING NEW GENERATION. ALBANIAN UNIVERSITIES -STUDY CASE


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https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7952599

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Leader, Activity level, 6 the events, cult of knowledge, 68 generation

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The aim of this paper is figure out that the challenges posed by COVID-19 will empower the education and teacher profession and will uplift it for the growth of the Nations both economically and intellectually. Education and teaching Profession will become progressive, flexible, multidisciplinary and technology & skill-focused which will redefine learning in Albania and shape up more ethical learners.

In these challenging times, teaching as a profession has undergone a paradigm shift and so have the Methodology and Pedagogy of teaching. To keep up the pace with the changing needs of the world and modern tools of teaching, teachers are skilling, up skilling, and reskilling to remain relevant in the coming times and contribute towards building the nation. With current technological advancements, education is made easily available & accessible to the remotest local globally.

Distance learning, e-learning, multi-disciplinary learning all form new pillars of the education system, panning a great scope of professional growth for teaching aspirants. Virtual learning too has opened up multiple avenues for the teaching profession without limiting its scope of work to any geographical boundaries. This has also opened up the doors to global platforms and given multi-dimensional exposure with better earnings and better learning.

It’s hard to predict the future, not because you do not have the goal for it or the forces to achieve it but for the simple fact that the FUTURE itself is a unknown territory that you have never stepped on it.

Education, teaching is a noble profession. It may not require the same skillsets as other noble professions like being a doctor, but it is a noble vocation. For many educators, they were called into it. But with the pandemic crippling all sense of normalcy all over the world, which includes the closure, both temporarily and permanently, of many schools, the teaching profession has also suffered. And this is a profession that has long been suffering in not just during the crisis, teaching has always been one of the noblest professions, and the teachers have always been a catalyst for social and behavioral changes. Teachers by their Knowledge, wisdom, patience, etc. have nurtured the young minds and shaped their personalities and career and will play a crucial role through every life period.

With structural policy reforms, the role of teachers has a good scope to grow and foster. Other professional jobs might gain importance but teaching shall always remain a noble career which has the power to change billions of lives.

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2023-05-20

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ÇELO, E. (2023). INNOVATIVE KNOWLEDGE, LEADING NEW GENERATION. ALBANIAN UNIVERSITIES -STUDY CASE. NEW ERA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTERDISCIPLINARY SOCIAL RESEARCHES, 8(18), 54–61. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7952599

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