National lockdown & remote education: Lessons learnt

What lessons can we learn from those schools that were already ahead of the edtech curve when the first national lockdown hit in March?

From talking to a number of schools, it is apparent that when the Covid-19 lockdown first hit us back in March, it was those establishments which had already recognised the role that technology could play within their school that were the quickest and calmest to respond.

With self-isolation and local lockdowns now upon us, the lessons learnt – and hopes for the future – from those schools that have had a head start with Remote – and Hybrid – Learning, can be read in this short article from Simon Carter, the director at RM Education.


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