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VIC Chapter – Post Webinar Chat (Zoom link included)

  • 04 August 2020
  • 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • Zoom link will be provided prior to the event


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Post-webinar Online Discussion - Ask the Students, Learning from Home (Zoom link included)

August 4, 2020

5:00-6:00pm AEST

We hope everyone enjoyed the LEA VIC ‘Ask the Students: Learning from Home’ webinar last week. When the event was originally planned, it was supposed to be lessons learnt after returning to school from lockdown. Now that Victoria and most students are back in lockdown, what next?

Moderator Scott Alterator and panelists Genevieve Simson, Crispin Butterris, Sandy Law, Emily, and Nina Laitala raised as many questions as they answered. Schools are recognising that stuffing the old concept of ‘normal’ back into this ‘new world’ is no longer a healthy option.

Join us for a ‘chat’ event on Zoom to unpack lessons learnt last week and through our own experiences during COVID-19.

Please use this link below to enter the Zoom meeting room for today's event.


Topic: Post-webinar Online Discussion - Ask the Students, Learning from Home

Time: Aug 4, 2020 05:00 PM Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

Meeting ID: 813 0496 4058

Passcode: 242014

If you have missed our Webinar, you can watch it here to gain some background for discussions at tomorrow's Post-webinar Chat.

VIC Chapter – Post Webinar Chat (Ask the Students: Learning from Home) Zoom link will be provided prior to the event
Date: 04 August 2020 5:00 PM 

Click here to watch the video of students reflecting on remote learning which was shown during the Webinar.

If you have missed the Webinar, stay tuned as we will be sending out a link to the recording soon! We look forwarding to sharing ideas with you next Tuesday.

More information and online registration: Post-webinar discussion

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