10 Strategies for Online Learning during the Coronavirus Outbreak

Before 2020, online learning had more of a positive persona, i.e., a mode of study ensuring equal opportunities. The struggles involved in remote learning were more or less neglected considering the mega-benefits of distance learning. For example, online pupils can pay someone to do powerpoint presentation or find homework solutions.

One could graduate from their dream university without having to bear the travel expenses. Similarly, one could acquire formal education at cheaper rates instead of none at all (given they couldn’t afford their local institutes). Thus, the entire idea was rarely ever associated with challenges.

2020, however, turned the tables. When everyone had to switch to online learning (from juniors to seniors), the true challenges and obstacles came into view. The lack of technological equity and imbalance in computer literacy made it difficult for schooling systems to transition to virtual learning platforms smoothly. Disciplining younger students and delivering knowledge that direly demanded hands-on activities was a whole next-level challenge for educators.

On that very note, here in this article, we will look into the top 10 best strategies for learning online, most of which come from experts’ experience during the pandemic.

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Problems Associated With Segregating Children in Special Schools

Many disabled children attend schools in segregated contexts, including special schools and special classes despite Educators being committed to the basic idea of inclusivity in schools in the “regular” set up in most countries.

Educators in various countries have encountered changes within the educational ideology domains and indicated in education policies. The inclusion evolution has been transformed over the years and has generated a lot of controversies. Segregating children in special schools has posed some challenges as follows.

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Micheline Mason – Why Inclusion?

Micheline Mason is a champion for inclusive education. She is a disabled campaigner greatly respected in the Inclusion Movement. She has regular TV appearances, including ‘Silenced – The Hidden story of disabled Britain’ (Available on BBC iPlayer, 2021). Micheline is a highly valued associate of Inclusive Solutions and the original Director for the Alliance for Inclusive Education. She is a poet and writer.

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Expand Your Voice: Bringing Diverse Workers into Your Community

Any savvy business owner knows that attracting a diverse workforce is key to optimizing creativity and productivity. When employees of differing age, race, religion, socio-economic background, education, nationality, sexuality, gender identification, and ability work as a team, you can be sure that results will show that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. 

But how to attract and retain a diverse workforce? This article will explore seven techniques employers can use to diversify their employee pool.

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Our 9 Favourite Online Resources for Inclusive Education

As noted in UN declarations of social development, new conceptual principles of social arrangement are the modern society’s ability to develop based on tolerance, tolerance, condemnation of discrimination, respect for human diversity, equality of opportunity, solidarity, and security. These approaches are the main goal of social development – the creation of a “society for all” that provides protection and full integration into society of all segments, including people with disabilities. The basis of such integration provides equal access to quality education…

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