In response to the pandemic, here we are sharing member experience, case studies and examples of remote teaching & learning
Set up after the outbreak of Covid 19, this case study by Zoe Coughlan, shares the principles, platforms and practice used for an online International Baccalaureate sculpture unit. The project took place in Hong Kong with a mixed-ability class of G9 and G10 students (years 10 and 11, ages 14-16).
Dr Rachel Payne, NSEAD president and senior lecturer, shares the impact of the Covid-19 outbreak on her friends, students and colleagues. Rachel's perspective is both personal and professional, focussing here on the changing methodologies used for her teaching, as well as the need to rethink and re-examine the ways we learn and communicate online.
NSEAD member Barbara Balmer teaches in Beijing. In this, our third Remote Learning Case study, Barbara shares how she and her school have responded to the Covid-19 outbreak. With frankness and humility, we are taken back to the start of the pandemic, the obstacles faced when working remotely and the practical tools and projects used when working online. We also learn how Barbara's school are preparing for students as they begin to return to their school.
Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, the International School of Florence (ISF) closed their campus to all students and teachers on 4 March 2020. After testing out virtual learning that Friday afternoon, the following Monday ISF launched an entirely virtual curriculum. In this article, Tess Hitchcock here focuses specifically on an art history project, and shares her insights into the first month of teaching visual arts online.