Social capital: in the days of Covid-19, good neighbours keep their distance
Ioe London Blog | Expert opinion from the UK's leading centre for education research
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4y ago
 Francesca Borgonovi and Elodie Andrieu. In Bowling Alone, Robert Putnam illustrated the decline of social capital in the United States and traced it to changes in how individuals spend time at work, family and leisure – alone. According to Putnam,… Read more ..read more
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Making post-GCSE decisions during the Covid-19 crisis: the need for action
Ioe London Blog | Expert opinion from the UK's leading centre for education research
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4y ago
Lorna Unwin, Ruth Lupton, Stephanie Thompson, Sanne Velthuis, republished from the BERA blog. In the public debate about the impacts of the Covid-19 lockdown on education, much attention has understandably been given to concerns about disadvantaged children falling behind at school,… Read more ..read more
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The phrase ‘online learning’ is alluring and misleading: the site of learning is the mind
Ioe London Blog | Expert opinion from the UK's leading centre for education research
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4y ago
Farid Panjwani. A plethora of packages, platforms and information sources have flooded the Internet to help locked-down children learn from home and advise parents on how to help them. There is no going back on this trend. With screens increasingly… Read more ..read more
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When a pandemic causes school closures it has wide-ranging impacts beyond public health: our logic model can help in decision-making
Ioe London Blog | Expert opinion from the UK's leading centre for education research
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4y ago
James Thomas, Alison O’Mara-Eves, Dylan Kneale and Rebecca Rees. The closure of schools has been a recommended intervention in response to pandemics because of its potential for reducing the transmission of infection among children, school staff, and those they contact. Previous evidence has shown… Read more ..read more
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What should teachers be prepared for when young children return after lockdown: lessons from China and elsewhere
Ioe London Blog | Expert opinion from the UK's leading centre for education research
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4y ago
Yuwei Xu and Clare Brooks.  With the outbreak of COVID-19 globally, school closures and online education have become shared  experiences for children, teachers, and parents around the world. As China emerges from lockdown, schools are preparing for re-opening. National guidelines, issued by… Read more ..read more
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What are ‘stuck’ schools and what sort of fresh thinking can help them move on?
Ioe London Blog | Expert opinion from the UK's leading centre for education research
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4y ago
Bernie Munoz, Melanie Ehren and Jo Hutchinson.  The government is making some assumptions about so-called ‘stuck’ or ‘intractable’ schools that need to be closely examined. One of these assumptions is that placing a small group of failing schools in special… Read more ..read more
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The home schooling quagmire: it’s about more than laptops
Ioe London Blog | Expert opinion from the UK's leading centre for education research
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4y ago
Jennie Golding. The move to ‘home schooling’ has, quite rightly, triggered a storm of commentaries about how the gap between the disadvantaged and the middle class will widen. Last week the House of Commons Education Select Committee conducted a session… Read more ..read more
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