How the pandemic accelerated the need for interactive learning spaces

A version of this post was originally published in Education Today, on November 9, 2021.

Online education isn’t by any means something new. However, more than ever before, the past two years have led educators to discover alternative ways of teaching. And while the beginnings were difficult and we’re still facing a lot of uncertainty, the frantic switch to online learning is no longer helping anyone. 

Instead, teachers must look ahead and find the methods and approaches that work and can sustainably support students under any circumstances. In other words: we must do better. Although there’s no denying the pandemic had many unfortunate consequences, this is a chance to build a better education system, one that is flexible and engaging. 

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