Impact of terrible pandemic COVID-19 on Kazakhstani education and it’s outcome.

  • Akbota Bektursynova Suleyman Demirel University
  • Botagoz Sarsengaliyeva Suleyman Demirel University


General situation of Coronavirus in the world and in Kazakhstan and its impact on our life, especially on education. The article examines the drawbacks of the epidemic COVID-19 on education of Republic of Kazakhstan. By evaluating influence of pandemic and it’s outcomes to learning and teaching, authors also trying to have discussion and critical approach to both Kazakhstani and Global context.  Main aspects like teachers, teaching, parents, assessment that have been influenced by the COVID-19 give us clear information how is life going in a tough period of lifetime and what kind of benefits could be gain and learnt. Every impacted aspect reacted in different way, some had great performance, meanwhile, some had unlikely results. Moreover, how and what did change global pandemic in Kazakhstan education system. The changes could be either positive or negative. How have transformed the education and what kind of tools have been using the teachers so far?


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BEKTURSYNOVA, Akbota; SARSENGALIYEVA, Botagoz. Impact of terrible pandemic COVID-19 on Kazakhstani education and it’s outcome.. Proceedings of International Young Scholars Workshop, [S.l.], v. 9, june 2020. ISSN 2709-1120. Available at: <>. Date accessed: 18 aug. 2022. doi: