Resources to support learning at home
Professor Diana Laurillard has created a FutureLearn course (free access for five weeks) for teachers to learn how to develop the best pedagogy for any educational stage using blended and online learning methods.
A curated list of free resources covering; a range of curriculum subjects across primary and secondary school stages, resources to help children and adults talk about the coronavirus pandemic, resources for children who speak English as an additional language, and professional materials for teachers and school leaders.
The IOE’s Helen Hamlyn Centre for Pedagogy’s Get Children Thinking campaign provides philosophical questions to help adults create engaging opportunities to think, learn, start conversations, and have fun at home.
The IOE’s Centre for Inclusive Education has written a series of resources aiming to make the transition to homeschooling as smooth as possible, with a focus on but not exclusive to children with SEND.
The IOE’s Centre for Holocaust Education has developed stimulating lesson plans with ready-to-go PowerPoint presentations and materials for online usage as well as material for students to work through independently.