How to handle working from home - a guide for teachers

In this week's Podagogy podcast, we look at how teachers can best manage working from home

Jon Severs

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In the past few weeks, the majority of teachers have been thrust into the world of working from home for the first time. Many are balancing demands from their own children, their pupils and school leader simultaneously, while trying to adapt to working remotely.

So what are the key challenges and how can they overcome them? On this week’s Podagogy podcast, we discuss all of this, in the hope we can help you get through this period as best you can.

You can listen below, or type ‘Tes – the education podcast’ into your podcast platform.

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Jon Severs

Jon Severs is editor of Tes

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