News 17th July 2020
What can we learn from lockdown about the value of online remote education?
The latest in our series of Thought Leadership articles examines what we can learn from this period of lockdown and how we can use this to shape how education looks moving forwards.
“Due to events beyond our control, the world of education has been given a glimpse of how things could be, an educational reality in which the teacher isn’t at the front of the room and isn’t facing thirty pupils in rows. Instead, in their ‘lessons’, pupils have been scattered throughout dining rooms across the country. Teachers have been scattered throughout their own dining rooms. Or they may not have been directly involved in pupils’ learning at all.
This was one of the effects of lockdown, that strange, quiet period when everything just stopped. The moment in our lives our children will talk about to their own frowning, puzzled children in years to come. Schools closed and… and what?”
Read the full article here:What can we learn from lockdown about the value of online remote education?