We’re embracing tech during lockdown – but can it replace the classroom?

The Guardian reports …

Social distancing measures and the subsequent shift to remote working, socializing and school led to questions about the technology available to us, namely Zoom, which was labelled a “privacy disaster”.

Yet amid the challenges of implementing technology into our home lives, families are having to embrace technology to keep things “normal”, and finding increasingly creative ways to stay organized and educated online along the way.

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  1. Wendy Scott

    I think it is important to follow up the reports that only 5% of eligible children are going in to school. It is of concern that so few with statements of educational needs or registered with social services are not accessing the support that they need and are entitled to.

    Also, the hours available for school/childcare do not meet the needs of, for example, nurses doing 12 hour shifts, and often working nights. This makes life even more difficult for single parents.

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