Disabilities, Disability identification, Flexible delivery, Online learning, Online teaching, Policy formation, Well being
This literature review draws from Australian and international research into the impact of remote learning for students with disability, published between March 2020 and April 2022. The literature relates to pedagogical services provided by early childhood services and schools to support students with disability, rather than therapeutic services. The social implications for students are reviewed along with educational factors, and implications for inclusion and support by schools. Following an overview of the legal and policy frameworks supporting the education of students with disability, this review investigates benefits, challenges and opportunities for both remote learning and transition back to in-person educational settings for students and their families. The themes emerging include flexible approaches to learning, connectedness and wellbeing.
Medhurst, M., Conway, M., & Richardson, K. (2022). Transition from remote learning for students with disability. Literature Review. Australian Council for Educational Research. https://doi.org/10.37517/978-1-74286-683-3
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