The COVID-19 pandemic has generated a torrent of individual and small-group responses as to how education could be transformed. We have found a groundswell of interest in the question, “How best to take advantage of the new opportunities arising from the disruption?” What people desperately need are opportunities to team up and find pathways of action that can deepen learning for students and teachers and to engage in new ways of learning that result in better outcomes.
In the paper, the authors argue that the solutions lie before us.
Collectively, we have the opportunity to creatively manage the immediate issues and learn from this remote experience, while building a bridge to a reimagined education system.
the authors outline a strategy for moving from this crisis to a future-focused system.
Adapted from the full blog
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