The SecEd Podcast: Back to School – Remote education & edtech

Written by: Pete Henshaw | Published:

This is the final episode in our four-part Back to School Series offering advice to schools. This time we focus on effective remote education, edtech and the technological legacy of Covid-19

This episode is the final of four Back to School podcasts offering advice to schools this autumn term and beyond. In this episode, we consider the technological legacy of Covid-19, effective remote education, and the role of edtech in supporting teaching and learning.

Featuring Bukky Yusuf, Al Kingsley & Paul Haigh, we discuss lockdown (what worked, what didn’t), the digital divide, remote teaching pedagogy, safeguarding, parental engagement, CPD, lesson-planning, flipped learning & more.

This podcast has been published with kind support from Classroom.Cloud – a teaching and blended learning platform.

These podcasts complement SecEd’s recent series of 12-page Back to School Guides, which can be downloaded for free at

Podcasts also published in this series include our Back to School podcasts on Student Wellbeing (available at, Staff Wellbeing (available at, and Teaching & Learning (available at

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For details about The SecEd Podcast, or to suggest future topics, email editor Pete Henshaw at


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