Tes podcast: learning coronavirus lessons from SE Asia

Many schools in Southeast Asia have been shut due to coronavirus for months. As the threat reaches Europe, what lessons can heads and teachers learn from colleagues who have already been through it?

Ed Dorrell

Tes podcast: learning Coronavirus lessons from SE Asia

Tes head of content Ed Dorrell speaks to Cognita's education director for Asia, Andy Hancock, about the lessons schools in Europe can learn from schools in South East Asia, many of which have now been closed for months due to Covid-19.

They discuss moving your entire timetable online in a hurry, teacher and student wellbeing, and using parents as de facto teaching assistants.

 

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Ed Dorrell

Ed Dorrell

Ed Dorrell is deputy editor and head of content at the TES, former features and comment editor and former news editor. 

Find me on Twitter @Ed_Dorrell

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