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    Shona Smith
    Learning from the front liners - helpful advice from schools preparing to go online
    20 March
    Public discussion Created by Shona Smith

    As schools begin to contemplate what would have been unthinkable a month ago, senior leadership teams and teachers are under immense pressure to ensure their schools are ready for the possibility of moving the learning online. Each school’s context is different, but you can still save some time by checking out how others are advising their teachers to set up for on line learning. Notice the support for teachers to manage their own time and also their own digital safety as well as caring for the well being of their ākonga.


    Here is one example from Waitakere College - Recommendations for teachers - Online learning March 2020 - Waitakere College:

    Thanks to Waitakere College Assistant Principal Lee Devenish for sharing this. Please add others as you find them.

    This blog just came through the Twittersphere from Mauri Abraham

    A blog from Maurie Abraham outlining what HPHS has done to prepare for online learning - interesting he calls it 'off-site' rather than 'online' which I think shifts the emphasis and the focus from all learning needing to be online...


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