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Report on Digital Learning across Oldham & Tameside

by | Feb 25, 2021 | Latest News, Whats New | 0 comments

You may recall that Oldham Learning commissioned OSFC to carry out some research and gather intelligence from schools back in the Autumn around approached to digital learning. Please find attached the final report which includes a series of recommendations. This has been shared with the OL Board and has formed the basis of the training now on offer.

As a result of Covid-19, schools and colleges nationwide had to pivot quickly to a greater use of digital approaches to delivery.

In Oldham and Tameside, as in other areas of the United Kingdom, schools and colleges devised solutions to the unique demands of remote learning, experimenting with different technologies to develop a range of delivery models for teaching, learning and assessment at a distance, that most suited their learners.

It was their ‘Apollo13 moment’.

In addition to a digital response to teaching, Senior Leaders quickly established that many of their learners would not have adequate access to an electronic device or the connectivity for learning at home and had to consider the potential of low bandwidth, lower immediacy alternatives to online learning to mitigate the effects of the digital divide on their students’ learning.

The Digital Education Audit was designed to find out how school leaders are responding to the challenge of remote learning and what schools are doing to address key issues.

The report will support Oldham Learning and Tameside Local Authority in identifying ways of working with schools and other partners.

Purpose Of The Review

Oldham Learning commissioned Advantage TSA to audit the current remote offer that schools are delivering in Oldham and Tameside.

The review will be used to inform the priority actions for Oldham Learning and the schools’ network groups; Oldham Alliance of Primary Headteachers and Principals (OAPHP) and Oldham Association of Secondary Headteachers and Principals (OASHP) and Tameside LA.

In commissioning this report, Oldham Learning has expressed a commitment to support schools to improve outcomes. In surveying and interviewing schools, we can build a picture of good practice and development opportunities reflecting the potential for digital learning. The survey and interviews will be used to inform the priority actions.

Read The Report

You can read the full review here.

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