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The end of the school year is quickly approaching. We’ve seen some year groups return to school (be it on a reduced timetable) and it seems as though the other year groups will follow suit. The ideal situation will be to resume as normal in September. However, we must remain adaptable to the ever-changing circumstances. Independent learning is now more important than ever before.
With the unexpected breakout of COVID-19, life as we know it has changed forever. This change directly impacts the education of our children. Teachers and pupils have had to adjust to teaching and learning from home. Methods traditionally used to supplement classroom teaching have now become the primary way pupils learn. But how effective are these remote learning methods?
The digital world has greatly impacted most of our lives. The global pandemic has made us more dependent on our electronics than ever before. In the past many thought hours of screen time was synonymous with wasting time. Now we are forced to work and learn from screens on a daily basis. Digital Literacy has never been so important.