Educators everywhere are aware of the impact of something coined as summer learning regression that can often affect students’ learning over the regular 2 ½ month summer break that they are used to. Having now been plunged into a pandemic, with virtual learning being the ‘go-to’ for so many students; have you ever stopped to wonder how these past 10 months have affected their learning?
Now more than ever, teachers and students alike have been experiencing inequalities in both teaching and learning. But what will this look like after the pandemic has gone? We need to begin to be more pro-active than re-active to this, ensuring that these inequalities are lessened before it is too late.