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Can we count on parents to help their children learn at home?
May 8, 2020 · · Original resource · blog

This blog is the third of a series targeted toward exploring the impact of COVID-19 on education. It focuses on the learning environment at home, the potential parental role for continued learning and their association with reading skills.
covid-19
education
children
impact
learning
home
disparity
parent
help
outdoor, student, education, enthusiast, socio
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10 simple rules for supporting a temporary online pivot in higher education

As continued COVID-19 disruption looks likely across the world, perhaps until 2021, contingency plans are evolving in case of further disruption in the 2020-2021 academic year. This includes delivering face-to-face programmes fully-online for at least part of the upcoming academic year for new and continuing cohorts This temporary pivot will necessitate distance teaching and learning across almost every conceivable pedagogy, from fundamental degrees to professionally accredited ones. Each institution, programme, and course will have its own myriad of individualised needs , however, there is a common question that unites us all: how do we provide teaching and assessment to students in a manner that is accessible, fair, equitable, and provides the best learning whilst acknowledging the temporary nature of the Pivot? No ‘one size fits all’ solution exists and many of the choices that need to be made will be far from simple, however, this paper provides a starting point and basic principles to facilitate discussions taking place around the globe by balancing what we know from the pedagogy of online learning with the practicalities imposed by this crisis.
covid-19
social distancing
education
assessment
school
online learning
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ethic, telehealth, psychology, practice, consideration
In Medias Res teams: The case for crisis learning alongside government covid-19 responses
April 13, 2020 · · Original resource · webpage

“In medias res” is a narrative technique, used in a variety of works ranging from The Odyssey to Raging Bull, in which a story opens in the middle of the action. I am co-opting the term here to describe the kind of learning teams we need now to learn alongside covid-19 responses.
covid-19
government
innovation
crisis
failure
learning
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How To Get The Most Out Of Virtual Learning
July 30, 2020 · · Original resource · blog

learning online is not always easy. How do you concentrate when staring at a screen for hours at a time? How do you manage your workload? And what is the best strategy for note-taking? Here’s our digest of the findings that could help to make online learning stick.
covid-19
strategy
productivity
home office
workload
remote learning
screen time
humanity, statistic, wrong, communicate, fit
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Coronavirus: 'Critical moment' as students return to university
Sept. 5, 2020 · · Original resource · news

A leading epidemiologist has warned the country is at a "critical moment" in the coronavirus pandemic, as students prepare to return to universities
covid-19
uk
transmission
risk
university
young people
infection rate
spread
student
campus
conference, webinar, series, acm, ci'20
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Learning lessons before launching an inquiry - IfG LIVE 2020 Labour Fringe Programme
Sept. 25, 2020 · · Original resource · youtube

The government says that it wants to learn from what went wrong with the Covid-19 response and that a public inquiry will be held. What lessons can be learnt, what are the psychological underpinnings of accountability in policy and can we balance the tension between learning lessons and apportioning blame in order to inform better decision making in the future?
covid-19
policy
crisis management
informed decision making
public health response
government response
psychology
accountability
lesson
blame
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Working Around the Distance
Aug. 28, 2020 · · Original resource · blog

Some six months after the COVID-19 pandemic shuttered universities and upended lives worldwide, a new set of practices has begun to take shape in psychological scientists’ research, teaching, and, for those who are still students, learning. Early this summer, APS surveyed the field to better understand the impact of the pandemic on labs and classrooms, as well as the strategies being used to overcome the challenges associated with moving research and learning from in-person laboratory settings and classrooms to online platforms.We received 611 responses from students, researchers, and faculty on every continent except Antarctica. The selection of experiences and insights reported here does not present a panacea for all challenges, or even a collection of scientifically supported advice. Rather, it represents a cross-section of personal stories that speak to the enormity of the challenges and potential solutions alike. We are grateful to those who shared, and we hope their insights will provide you with ideas, inspiration, and reassurance.
covid-19
behavioral science
strategy
survey
challenge
experience
research
higher education
psychology
impact
remote learning
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Professional Planners Anticipate Post-Pandemic Active Commuting
Aug. 27, 2020 · · Original resource · article

Many planners say they want to try out active commutes when in-office work becomes possible. How will a fresh look at their local streets influence planning professionals and planning practice?
covid-19
commuting
cycling
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like, ease, stop, critic, away
How to Remake Streets for Kids During COVID-19
Sept. 14, 2020 · · Original resource · news

Cities need to keep their youngest residents safe, healthy, and learning in their own neighborhoods, thanks to a pandemic that is putting roughly 80 percent of U.S. students on remote learning platforms — and a national group is offering a toolbox.
covid-19
safety measure
children
infrastructure
remote learning
physical activity
traffic
violence
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business, remote, tourism, market, job
Looking for partnersfor project on pandemic and adolescents' wellbeing
July 15, 2020 · · Original resource · blog

Do you know any schools/charities/youth organisations who'd like to partner with researchers on a project that will look into how the pandemic is affecting wellbeing and social development in adolescents in the next academic year?
covid-19
policy
ethnicity
research
wellbeing
young people
support
long term impact
socioeconomic status
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ethic, telehealth, psychology, practice, consideration