Hamish Mackenzie Founder: Digital Resilience UK

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The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a fast deployment of hardware and software solutions for remote learning in educational institutions worldwide. Many schools have been forced to rapidly implement remote learning systems and procedures.

Access to robust technology which promotes meaningful learning experiences is of course important. But schools also need to emphasise the protocols and behaviours that support the transition from bricks and mortar to online learning. The disruption is likely to last several months so any programme introduced in the coming weeks needs to hold for a long haul.

There are two sides to the coin:

Will the tech work? …


Hamish Mackenzie Founder: Digital Resilience UK

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The CoviD-19 pandemic is changing every part of our economy and society. We are witnessing a global paradigm shift. Within education, school leaders worldwide have been forced to rapidly plan and implement a new model of teaching, learning and supporting young people and their families through an intensely challenging period of social isolation.

The challenges CoviD-19 places on young people are significant. Millions of public exams will now not take place this summer, disrupting the entry pathways for HE/FE/apprenticeships and training courses and ultimately impacting the wider economy. …

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Hamish Mackenzie

Founder: Digital Resilience UK. Director of Digital Strategy. Ed-Tech 50 2019.  ADE.  APLS. GoogleCE.

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