3 Pedagogical Practices to Help Prepare for a New Phase of Flexible Pedagogy

The pandemic brought many previously-overshadowed issues to the fore, but perhaps the most pressing of them was retaining the quality of education across diverse, often unfamiliar, learning contexts. Educators and students alike, frustrated with constant uncertainty and lack of adaptive resources, are certainly not in the right headspace to maintain high-quality learning, let alone improve it. And the pandemic, instead of withdrawing, keeps charging ahead.

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