Learning from Home - Insights Gained from Learning from Home

Having been forced to teach remotely earlier this year, schools are in a position to reflect on what worked, and what they would do differently in the event of another need for students to Learn from Home.

Opportunities out of Remote Learning

Schools and educators continue to be faced with unprecedented challenges as remote learning, in varying degrees and for different students, becomes more prevalent practice due to COVID-19. The Evidence Institute continues to explore these challenges and their impacts on the future needs of educators as they adapt to different ways of meeting individual learners needs.
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  Resources and Research

Seven Things That Worked in My Online Class
How did the world’s highest performing education systems approach distance learning?
Shifts in Practice (how teaching was altered as classes pivoted to remote learning)
Global Online Learning Alliance APAC report – August

Summary of a discussion facilitated by Dr. Phil Lambert and Professor Stephen Heppell, examining learnings and the path forward for education based on the COVID-19 crisis and resulting emergency remote teaching and learning.

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Where are the big thinkers in school leadership heading

The year 2020 has presented unique challenges for schools around the world, but it has also provided a rare opportunity for the smartest of schools to showcase some outstanding examples of leadership.

A moderated panel of leading principals:

  • Phillip Heath AM, Barker College (NSW, Australia)
  • Anthony Elmore, St Michael's College, Merrimac (QLD, Australia)
  • Heather McRae, Diocesan School for Girls (Auckland, New Zealand)
  • Christine Allen, Carmel College (Auckland, New Zealand)
  • Andy Muller, Scotch Oakburn College (Tasmania, Australia)

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Lessons from lockdown – rethinking business as usual at secondary school

In this webinar, two NZ principals discuss the key lessons that emerged from the lockdown period for their teachers, students and parents, and how they have utilised what they’ve learned to rethink business as usual at their schools.

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Learning from lockdown: what seemed to work well?

Key findings from a report into Learning from Lockdown; from the narrative reflections of teachers, parents and students from across New Zealand

Summary of the report

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