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Craig Tilstone talks about the difficulty of engagement in remote learning in an area with a low socio-economic profile. He talks about the decisions made and steps taken that have improved engagement in maths learning. And he gives an insight into the juggling act of doing all this while schooling his own children from home!
We hope that this interview, and others, will generate ideas and allow listeners to reflect on their own practice, remembering that different contexts require different approaches.
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Since late March 2020, schools across England have been closed to most pupils due to the coronavirus pandemic. Over this period we've recorded a number of interviews (with more to come) exploring how schools and teachers are meeting the challenges of providing remote learning in maths, supporting their pupils, while also looking after their own well-being in an unprecedented situation.
We hope that these interviews will generate ideas and allow you to reflect on your own practice, remembering that different contexts will require different approaches.
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