πŸ’¬ Remote learning 2.0

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ο»ΏI remember watching Simon Breakspeare’s presentation about building back better. That seems like an eternity ago.

It is interesting to look back at my three points of reflection from last time:

  • Structure of online learning
  • Communication between school and home
  • Play and social spaces

At home, the resilience prevalent first time around quickly dwindled. Second time around what became paramount was anything social and creative. At the end of term, the class had a party. This sparked a round of cooking and requesting things from the shops. Sadly, such opportunities were few and far between. What is interesting is that I do not really think this is any different to how things are normally, instead it is just more visible I guess.

I really liked your closing point:

It’s awful but an adventure at the same time

Like how the rings of a tree cut open can show the impact of drought, it will be interesting to see what impact of all this will be on students and on the profession. It certainly is an adventure, but maybe it always was.

2 responses on “πŸ’¬ Remote learning 2.0”

  1. Thanks Aaron – like the comparison to rings of tree. Even after only a week back in the classroom, I feel like some of that remote teaching has left its mark on my in person teaching.

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