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This is important because although schools may be more ‘face-to-face’ in the near future, many students will be at home – and teachers will need to be prepared for future events, from new pandemics to bad weather (as seen in Texas, USA among other places recently!)
For example, the school mentioned in this article is preparing for a return to blended learning with video being used in lessons to allow teachers to provide more support for students.
So, here are 8 key findings from two reports from the Cambridge Partnership for Learning and Future Learn (details at the end of the blog) – what works best in remote learning?
“If you gave teachers opportunities to build lessons, some online, some physically, some through VR, some through augmented reality, and found a way to let them infuse those technologies with that genius and desire t help young minds grow, you would explode people’s learning journeys” Mark Adams VICE
The School of the Future Guide is aimed at helping school leaders and teachers make informed choices when designing the learning environments of the future using existing and upcoming technologies, as they seek to prepare children for the rest of the 21st century – the result is a more efficient and competitive school.