This document focuses on an asynchronous delivery model of learning, which allows learners and families to engage when it is most appropriate for them and their family/home circumstances. For example, one device in a house where there is more than one child who requires access to learning, or where parents/carers have to use the device for work purposes.
We have set out a number of areas you will need to consider as part of planning for remote learning and teaching, including:
- What parts of the curriculum are more suited to online delivery?
- What activities / content are better rescheduled?
- What resources do you already have that are more suited to remote delivery? Are these resources in a format which is accessible to all?
- Do you and your learners know how to use additional accessibility features?
- Do you and your learners know how to use online tools to collaborate?
- How will you plan and organise remote learning?
- How will you check for understanding of new content?
- How are you collaborating with your peers?
- What do you need to think about when using or creating video?
- How will your curriculum offer change to suit online delivery?
- What additional support / professional learning do you need to support online delivery?
- How are you working with your peers to source and develop materials to support online delivery?