As many teachers move from the innovation to reflection phases of online learning, Paul Kirschner offers 'Ten Tips for Emergency Remote Learning' in this excellent Tom Bennett hosted #researchEDHome video:
"Because of the Corona/Covid-19 pandemic, we’re all going through a period that none of us has ever experienced. With respect to teaching and learning, kids can’t attend school and we must help them learn at home. And this might last weeks or months. Fortunately, online education offers a solution, but the instructional techniques involved are not (completely) the same as what we do in the classroom during face-to-face education. This presentation will present 10 useful tips to help you and your students."
This rapid evidence assessment examines the existing research (from 60 systematic reviews and meta-analyses) for approaches that schools could use, or are already using, to support the learning of pupils while schools are closed due to Covid-19.
What is research-based practice?
Why is it so important?
How can it impact on CPD and student learning?
In this short video, Professor Coe discusses how adopting an evidence-based approach to CPD can actually have an impact on learning.