As many parents around Australia juggle the demands of remote learning, behind the screens, teachers have had to adapt to a very different new normal.
While that has meant longer sleep-ins for some, and pyjamas from the waist down for others: it's also meant a constant sense of uncertainty that can make teaching 20+ students that little bit harder.
So we asked 12 teachers: What have been your best and worst moments from remote learning?
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From crying on zoom to themed Fridays, here's what they had to say.
Remote learning is tough! I think we’ve all become quite good at it though, especially in Victoria! Missing out on milestones is hard, like 100 days of Prep and now most likely 100 days of Grade 1 for the same cohort of kids.
It’s amazing to see the work that kids can produce even when they aren’t at school. It’s hard reading that people say kids have ‘missed out’ of school because they haven’t. We have provided such robust programs for all students. However, they have certainly missed out on social interaction.