Learning from lockdown- redefining school community collaboration

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The Knox School in Melbourne has been working with academics at Monash University to research teachers’ and leaders’ experiences of remote teaching and learning during lockdown, and how this has impacted their work going forward. The first of three articles in this series shared how teacher agency began to shape the work of middle leaders at the school. This latest instalment looks at how real time communication redefined the nature of school community collaboration.

The Knox School, an independent co-educational K-12 school, caters for 680 students. Its website defines the school community as one which supports a select range of core values, including respect, care and empathy. During the lockdown, these core values contributed to enabling a community of active learners involving all stakeholders – students, teachers, parents and leadership.

Period16 Feb 2021

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  • TitleLearning from lockdown - redefining school community collaboration
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletTeacher Magazine
    Media typeWeb
    CountryAustralia
    Date16/02/21
    DescriptionThe Knox School in Melbourne has been working with academics at Monash University to research teachers’ and leaders’ experiences of remote teaching and learning during lockdown, and how this has impacted their work going forward. The first of three articles in this series shared how teacher agency began to shape the work of middle leaders at the school. This latest instalment looks at how real time communication redefined the nature of school community collaboration.

    The Knox School, an independent co-educational K-12 school, caters for 680 students. Its website defines the school community as one which supports a select range of core values, including respect, care and empathy. During the lockdown, these core values contributed to enabling a community of active learners involving all stakeholders – students, teachers, parents and leadership.The Knox School in Melbourne has been working with academics at Monash University to research teachers’ and leaders’ experiences of remote teaching and learning during lockdown, and how this has impacted their work going forward. The first of three articles in this series shared how teacher agency began to shape the work of middle leaders at the school. This latest instalment looks at how real time communication redefined the nature of school community collaboration.

    The Knox School, an independent co-educational K-12 school, caters for 680 students. Its website defines the school community as one which supports a select range of core values, including respect, care and empathy. During the lockdown, these core values contributed to enabling a community of active learners involving all stakeholders – students, teachers, parents and leadership.
    URLhttps://www.teachermagazine.com/au_en/articles/learning-from-lockdown-redefining-school-community-collaboration
    PersonsMegan Adams, Kathy Smith, Jennifer Mansfield