Written by: Meghan Stacey, Scott Fitzgerald, Mihajla Gavin, Susan McGrath-Champ and Rachel Wilson

The plan takes time from the activity that teachers like best and regard as the most valuable. Time spent on the administrative tasks that are seen to be the priority of central offices is less of a target.

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Written by: Sue Thomson

Students were highly engaged and many increased their love of learning … The results were highly promising: 86% of students made above-expected progress in literacy or numeracy. Two in five achieved above-expected progress in both subjects. By the end of the program, six in ten students had achieved literacy levels equivalent to or stronger than their year-level peers.

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Written by: Andrew J. Martin, Rebecca J. Collie, Robin P. Nagy

In the face of massive disruptions by COVID-19, we are constantly advised to adjust to a “new normal”. Part of this new normal is the increasing presence of online learning. Our findings show adaptability is an important personal attribute that can help students in their online learning during the pandemic — and likely beyond.

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