With the CESA Learning Statement as a foundation, this page has been developed to provide guidance, advice and resources for designing online learning to support teachers to plan for digital remote learning.
This advice has been broken down into six categories: Expectations, Learning, Collaboration, Key Capabilities, Diversity and Resources.
Each category provides prompts and guidance for teachers. Designing Online Learning is an evolving space. Be open to new learning, mistakes and evolution. Innovation comes from improving and deepening technologies.
Schools’ responsibility to teach, assess and report remain a priority and a requirement. As challenging as it may be, teachers need to adhere to the usual requirements in relation to reporting on student progress and attainment, including the provision of A-E grades in the mid- and end-of-year report.
UNESCO have created a list of educational applications, platforms and resources aimed to help parents, teachers, schools and school administrators facilitate student learning and provide social care and interaction during periods of school closure.
Pivot have created support documents for leaders, teachers, students and families for distance learning.