Although technology provides something of a solution to the problem at hand, I think we need to be mindful of rolling out such changes seemingly overnight. As Audrey Watters reminds, we must not forget the accessibility and privacy implications. I am concerned that once the miasma clears we will look at each other and wonder what informal agreements we have signed, especially with so many offering ’90 days free’ for those impacted by the coronavirus.
Our guide will give you insights into how educators around the world are approaching school closures.
Thousands of teachers worldwide are currently sharing snippets of their experiences via social media or their blogs. We’ve compiled, curated, and built on some common themes and ideas to create this extensive guide.
Click on the links in the menu below to help you navigate the post.
You’ll get ideas on:
- Daily structure options
- Setting up a virtual home base or online platform
- All about using videos and conferencing in online learning
- Free online tools for virtual learning
- 10 tips for virtual teaching and learning
- Obstacles and issues created by school closures
- A checklist for schools facing a closure
This post also includes a range of useful graphics to help you that you’re free to use and share.