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12 initial ideas for teachers and schools to consider when planning for remote learning

As the probability of wide-scale school closures becomes increasingly likely, we provide some useful ideas about distance learning for teachers and schools to consider.

Advice for teachers on looking after your wellbeing during the Covid-19 lockdown

When working in a new way, it is vital that teachers look after their own wellbeing.

An introduction to the principles of home-based learning

A quick overview of some of the fundamental principles of home-based learning.

High-level guidance for teachers when teaching online

9 recommendations to guide teachers as they transition to online remote teaching.

How teachers can support student engagement in online learning

How teachers can develop the conditions and practices online to support student engagement.

The importance of play for wellbeing and learning at all ages

An introduction to the different types of play and their extensive benefits for children’s emotional wellbeing and cognitive development.

Matching technology to your learning objectives when teaching remotely

When designing online learning for students to complete at home, it’s important to select the right technological solution for what you are trying to achieve.

Motivating students to learn remotely: Emphasising social norms

Emphasising social norms is a powerful strategy for teachers looking to encourage students to engage with remote learning opportunities

Motivating students to learn remotely: Seven key ideas

Seven strategies that teachers can use to motivate students to learn remotely

Motivating students to work remotely through effective planning

Four specific things teachers can do to help students to overcome barriers to completing particular tasks or assignments

The importance of forming habits for improving student engagement and motivation

Helping students to form good habits is critical to supporting independent learning




Learning from Lockdown

The Education Hub’s exclusive research uncovers the experiences of teachers, students and parents while learning at home during school closures.


Supporting the wellbeing of teachers, students and parents

Clinical psychologist and Parentland co-founder Dr Natalie Flynn discussed the research behind the importance of supporting wellbeing right now, as well as practical strategies to support mental health.

Student motivation and engagement when learning from home

Harry Fletcher-Wood discusses the research on motivation and engagement as well as practical techniques teachers and school leaders can use to increase student engagement.

Learning from lockdown – the voices of parents of Māori and Pasifika students

Authors of the report School-led learning at home: The voices of parents of Maori and Pasifika students will discuss the value of parent voice and some of the key findings of their recent research

Approaching online learning in primary schools

Learn how one primary school has structured their online and distance learning, including their approach to pedagogy, the curriculum, and wellbeing, as well as their daily schedule and use of technology

"We need to react really quickly as the situation in New Zealand changes, and The Education Hub is providing us with the information to help us do that."

Sarah, teacher
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