Remote learning has become the go-to solution for educational institutions affected by school closures.
With more confirmed cases of the coronavirus being reported across Asia and Europe, school leaders are preparing emergency plans to minimise the spread of the virus and threat to general health. While some schools are asking students and staff who have been to affected areas to self-quarantine and stay home, others are closing their doors and implementing a remote learning program to ensure that education is not disrupted.
In this guide, we offer step-by-step instructions for planning and implementing remote learning in your school. With best practices from schools that have successfully launched online learning programs and a handy checklist for getting started – time lost on cancellations can be a thing of the past.
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