In this session we meet with UNICEF Jordan to discuss the Learning Bridges, a national blended learning program that links textbooks to technology, school to home, and concepts to practical learning. Learning Bridges has enabled half a million children to continue to learn during the pandemic. Developed by the Ministry of Education with UNICEF technical support, Learning Bridges provides students in grades 4 to 9 with a weekly printed and digital activity pack linked to the core subjects. Printed materials come with QR codes that link to online resources, which include audio content for children with poor literacy or visual impairments. Learning Bridges has introduced cross curricula learning and allowed teachers to innovate during school closures. Learning Bridges will continue to be used by teachers as a blended resource to recover and accelerate children’s learning once schools reopen.
The digital element of Learning Bridges used Padlet as a platform for sharing resources in a range of formats. To learn more about Padlet and how it might support blended learning activities in your school, check out our Padlet tutorial video.
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By the end of the session you’ll have:
Who is the course for?
Any educator using iPads
How will the course take place?
We’ll run this session in person at our centre in London but it will also be available remotely
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