Author(s): Cowden, Gill; Mitchell, Pru; Taylor-Guy, Pauline
Organisation(s): Australian Council for Educational Research; Association of Independent Schools of NSW (Australia)
Pages: 28 p.
This rapid literature review identifies effective practice in remote learning and synthesises key evidence relevant to education in Australia during the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic. It draws upon bodies of literature about education in emergencies, access and equity, distance education, blended learning, and quality teaching and learning using technology. The focus is primarily on Kindergarten to Year 12 schooling in Australia. The literature firstly examines education in emergencies, as this underpins the initial crisis approaches and preparedness for the shift to remote learning. The research in this area has a strong focus on implications for wellbeing. The review is then organised into sections that align with the four key themes identified in the literature.
Level of education: