With very few schools being prepared for lockdown, those who embraced a strategic approach to technology made a smoother transition to remote learning. With uncertainty ahead for the start of the new school year, many are now considering how they will continue to support a blended approach.
Recently, NetSupport’s MD, Al Kingsley, wrote an article for Education Technology magazine in which he covers the main factors for schools to consider when adapting their digital strategies for blended learning from September onwards. Al focusses on why communication and collaboration will play an important part, outlining how ‘teachers need to collaborate with not only each other but with students and parents’ too, and that ‘Post-corona digital strategies must focus on communication tools that increase productivity and connection’. Further subjects discussed include the importance of continuity, staying on task, capturing feedback and more.
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