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Sourced from:  ABC News As mum Vanessa helps her 11-year-old daughter Talyah with her homework, the technology is at least familiar: a pen and paper.  Key points: COVID-19 lockdowns have exposed the digital divide in education  A Smith Family program is trying to bridge the divide by offering one-on-one teaching  Some educators believe it is the future of learning But for...
Article from TheEducatorAustralia Education leaders across NSW  have expressed serious concerns about the safety of staff and senior students , who are expected to return to school for face-to-face learning next week. On Wednesday, it was announced that the local government areas (LGAs) of Walgett, Bogan, Bourke, Brewarrina, Coonamble, Gilgandra, Narromine, and Warren will go into lockdown for a week after  the Delta strain...
Article from TheEducatorAustralia With  more infectious variants of the COVID-19 virus emerging , teachers and students have been required to wear masks in high school classrooms. Indeed, this was mandatory in Greater Sydney and all of Victoria before the recent switch to remote learning under lockdowns. But what constitutes  best practice when it comes to masks in the classroom ? It’s one thing to ask students to wear...
Article from  TheEducatorAustralia Year 12 students will be provided with a ‘flexible school model’ which gives  HSC students the chance to access their schools  for essential lessons and wellbeing check-ins. Under the plan, school assessments and trial exams will be completed at home across all schools in Greater Sydney, and only small groups of students will be allowed at school at any one time from 16...
Article from  TheEducatorAustralia   The  recent extension of remote learning in NSW  was met with anxiety by some parents, students and teachers across Sydney, with memories of months of at-home learning in 2020. One principal who has been  reflecting on the similarities of last year’s situation  as the state battles its second wave of COVID-19 is Lisa Gerrard, who heads up St Bernadette’s...
Victorian Premier Dan Andrews has announced a seven-day lockdown after 8 additional cases of the Delta strain were detected. The decision means that students across the state will learn from home until 12 August. “There is no alternative but for us to listen to our public health experts and take their advice, and that advice is to lockdown for seven days from 8pm tonight,” Premier Andrews said. “Only three of...
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