On April 1st, we hosted a live Q&A-style session with three experienced Distance Education Stile-ists: Geoff Goldrick (Aurora College, AU), Fiona Moore (Te Kura, NZ) and Jordan Anderson (Virtual School of Victoria, AU). You can watch the Q&A session here [https://blog.stileeducation.com/tips-from-stile-teachers-for-teaching-remotely], but we know
We’re incredibly privileged to work with thousands of schools and teachers here at Stile. Through our work, we get a rare insight into what is and isn’t working in the classroom and beyond. Lauriston Girls’ School in Melbourne, Australia, responded early and decisively to the COVID-19 outbreak, implementing
During this pandemic, we’ve supported many schools transition to remote learning. This resource hub is designed to share school leaders’ insights from their experiences in the hope it will support your own school. Communicating about Stile to parents We’ve designed an email template to introduce parents to the
Stile is designed to be your ultimate sidekick in the classroom, helping you achieve a seamless blended learning experience. The same features that make Stile a powerful classroom tool make it equally well-suited to remote learning. In fact, distance educators have been using Stile remotely for years! By transitioning seamlessly
Below are a collection of remote learning resources from experienced distance education teachers. Q&A panel discussion with experienced distance education Stile-ists With a large number of teachers trying to wrap their heads around remote learning in preparation for COVID-19 related school closures, three expert distance education teachers from Australia
Since early 2020, we've been supporting teachers to provide continuity of learning for their students during school closures. Over time, we've refined our recommendations for teaching remotely as we've learned more about using Stile in this setting. Below is a collection of helpful guidance for using Stile for remote learning.