What the pandemic has taught us about virtual schooling
September brings with it the beginning of the academic year. We are still not quite back to student life as we knew it, but this time we have options and we are a lot more tech savvy this year –we just need the funds
With the use of technology comes a bigger bite in each institution’s budget and there are only so many bake sales, raffles and fundraising events schools can hold in order to ascertain the required equipment for our new blended learning.
“We are due a new iteration of the digital strategy for schools,” said Ciara Reilly, lecturer in the Master of Education course at Marino Institute of Education. “So, from a primary and post...
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