DESIGN-ED: a pedagogical toolkit to support K-12 teachers’ emergency transition to remote online education
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Flynn, Paul. (2020). DESIGN-ED: a pedagogical toolkit to support K-12 teachers’ emergency transition to remote online education. Information and Learning Sciences, 121(5/6), 331-339. doi:10.1108/ILS-04-2020-0103
K-12 educators face persistent and nascent challenges as they grapple with making an emergency transition to remote online modes of engaging with their students. Crossing the digital divide that exists between multi-site educational engagement is challenging. This paper aims to address the particular challenge of maintaining or, perhaps re-conceptualising, the constructs that support social interaction in the face-to-face setting. A second pressing challenge is considering issues of equity when making the emergency transition to remote online engagement that are, in the physical classroom, somewhat mitigated by practitioners and the systems that support them.