⏱ 15-20 minute read and Padlet activity
When we say we want digital learning to be accessible, we also need to consider keeping ourselves flexible enough to accommodate all learners. This includes learners with limited or no internet connectivity.
How might we ensure that learning still happens even without the internet? What options do we have? What can we do?
👉 How To Reach Students without Internet: Key Recommendations
This is a 4-page article created by the members of the Teaching Without Internet Alliance published on the Teach for All website on how to reach students even without the internet.
It’s a 10-15 minute insightful read, something that you can easily apply to your teaching practices. Here are some of the key points.
💭 Have a think!
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