In response to the global COVID-19 pandemic during 2020, education at The Knox School moved online. This was an unprecedented event. Teachers at all levels of the school worked to move teaching and learning from face to face conditions to online, virtual classes in response to the COVID stage 4 restrictions in Victoria. It was decided by school leadership that it would be beneficial for the Monash team to conduct research to capture teacher learning during this experience. The school leadership team was particularly interested in understanding how teachers’ experiences with virtual classes impacted their teaching and what learnings teachers would take forward into their future practice. In response, this research focuses on how the experience impacted teacher professional thinking about:
• the conditions that enhance student learning,
• the implications for their online practice and
• any insights gained which they regarded as significant enough to take forward into their future teaching.
|Place of Publication||Melbourne Vic Australia|
|Commissioning body||The Knox School Limited|
|Number of pages||53|
|Publication status||Published - 22 Oct 2020|