Digital Learning Practices - Case Study Series


The 2020 remote teaching period highlighted the need for educators to develop a broad and inclusive set of digital practices to support student learning. Their approaches needed to enable learning across formal spaces (physical and virtual) such as classrooms and learning management systems, as well as home learning environments. Educators also needed to cater for the needs and circumstances of all students, including those with additional needs, and those with home technology access or connectivity limitations.

The Evidence Institute has collaborated with researchers at the University of Technology Sydney to develop a suite of case studies. These will identify effective and innovative digital practices, as well as factors influencing their successful and inclusive enactment. Collectively, these will assist in informing next practices with digital technologies across a range of diverse school contexts.

Meriden Anglican School for Girls

The first case study was undertaken with Meriden School for Girls. Meriden is a P-12 non-selective, independent school located in Sydney.

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Al Noori Muslim School

The second case study was undertaken with Al Noori Muslim School. Al Noori is a K-12 selective, co-educational Muslim school located in Sydney.

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The Nature School

The third case study was undertaken with The Nature School. The Nature School is an Independent Primary School in Port Macquarie.

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Digital Learning Practices is a joint collaboration between AISNSW and The University of Technology Sydney

For more information contact evidence@aisnsw.edu.au