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Bringing together students and their community to learn from best practice and failures in equity in education
"Many challenges still exist around digitising a social experience like teaching and guaranteeing deep and equitable learning for all. However, through trial and error, schools find important opportunities to set new standards for enriched and relevant out-of-school, lifelong learning." Gaia Ines Fassò, EdSurge
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Remote learning has meant increased screen-time for most students. But for once, there are some good news: unlike text on a page, on-screen text can be modified to suit individual learner's needs, whether that is re-spacing or re-colouring words and paragraphs on a page to ease readability.
"I am definitely not made for sitting in front of a mac book for long periods of time. I need breaks. Nature. Hands-on contact with people. Experiences. I am much more of a doer than a researcher. I learn by failing and talking and observing."
"A completely remote learning environment can work but for me personally I would not enjoy it. You are not applying your skills... Getting to know your place, presenting back to the community. I would not be as involved with my learning."