How to access school-led webinars on remote education to help share good practice.
Applies to England
This guidance is part of remote education practice for schools during coronavirus (COVID-19). The Department for Education (DfE) has been working with schools to develop this series, based on the current experiences and practices of teachers and school leaders.
DfE is offering school-led webinars on good practice in remote education. This is to support schools that are looking to improve their remote provision, in line with the remote education expectations in Statutory obligations and expectations - Get Help with Remote Education.
EdTech Demonstrator webinars
The EdTech Demonstrator programme is a peer-support network of schools and colleges that was launched in April 2020. It offers advice, support and guidance on ways technology can be effectively embedded to support remote teaching during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and beyond.
Schools and colleges new to digital platforms, such as Microsoft Office 365 or G-Suite for Education, are advised to apply for 1:1 support.
New webinars for school leaders
School leaders share what has worked for them in setting up their schools to deliver remote education, with questions from the audience.
These webinars took place live on 30 September and 1 October 2020. You can watch the recordings on the DfE YouTube channel.
- Remote education for primary school leaders - United Learning
- Remote education for secondary school leaders - United Learning
New webinars for teachers
Teachers share what has worked for them when teaching remotely, with questions from the audience. These webinars explore remote teaching strategies and techniques using examples from science lessons (primary) and music and modern foreign languages lessons (secondary).
These webinars took place live on 6 and 8 October 2020. You can watch the recordings on the DfE YouTube channel.
- Remote education for primary school teachers - United Learning
- Remote education for secondary school teachers - United Learning
You can also read a case study from Ark Schools about their experiences of curriculum sequencing in primary and secondary schools following coronavirus (COVID-19).
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