dwp|imagine: education design after covid-19
Learning for the Future: How the COVID-19 Crisis is Challenging Our Thinking About Education Design
Throughout the COVID-19 crisis, education facilities around the world have continued to have a presence – and have had to rapidly adapt to new ways of functioning. Many schools are open only to the children of key workers or are soon to reopen only to certain school levels, meaning that fewer students are being supported in physical learning spaces. Other students and teachers at both schools and universities have had to make the shift to home and online schooling, challenging traditional notions of the classroom and accelerating the identification and adoption of accessible and effective teaching technologies.
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