Lessons from remote learning

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5 November 2020

A group of Catholic schools across the Archdiocese of Melbourne have created a video highlighting their experiences of remote learning and family engagement during 2020.

Launched last week, the six-minute film captures the voice of parents, students and school staff as they reflect on their experiences of remote learning during COVID-19 restrictions. The hope is that school communities will use the video to affirm the efforts of students, parents and teachers in working together, and prompt them to plan for and design ways to maintain the level of parental engagement in learning into the future.

The film features students, parents and teachers from Good Samaritan Catholic Primary School, Roxburgh Park, John Paul College, Frankston, Mother of God School, Ardeer, Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception School, Sunshine, St Anne’s School, Seaford, St Bernadette’s School, Sunshine North, St Clare’s School, Thomastown West, St Joseph’s School, Springvale, St Mary’s School, Whittlesea, St Paul’s School, Sunshine West, St Peter’s School, Sunshine South West, St Theresa’s School, Albion, and St Thomas Aquinas School, Norlane.