Learning from lockdown - a catalyst for teacher agency

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What have you and your colleagues learned from the experience of remote teaching and learning during lockdown, and has that had an impact on how you do things now? The Knox School in Victoria has used its existing relationship with Monash University to research what teachers would like to take forward (and leave behind). The data reveal three key areas of change: teacher agency; community collaboration; and, teacher wellbeing.

The new way of working during Melbourne’s Stage 4 restrictions created opportunities for leaders and teachers at the K-12 independent school in the city’s eastern suburbs. This article, the first of three, explores how teacher agency began to shape the work of Richard Black and Brenden Morris, two middle leaders at the school.

Period9 Feb 2021

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  • TitleLearning from lockdown - a catalyst for teacher agency
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletTeacher Magazine
    Media typeWeb
    CountryAustralia
    Date9/02/21
    DescriptionWhat have you and your colleagues learned from the experience of remote teaching and learning during lockdown, and has that had an impact on how you do things now? The Knox School in Victoria has used its existing relationship with Monash University to research what teachers would like to take forward (and leave behind). The data reveal three key areas of change: teacher agency; community collaboration; and, teacher wellbeing.

    The new way of working during Melbourne’s Stage 4 restrictions created opportunities for leaders and teachers at the K-12 independent school in the city’s eastern suburbs. This article, the first of three, explores how teacher agency began to shape the work of Richard Black and Brenden Morris, two middle leaders at the school.
    URLhttps://www.teachermagazine.com/au_en/articles/learning-from-lockdown-a-catalyst-for-teacher-agency
    PersonsJennifer Mansfield, Megan Adams, Kathy Smith