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Remote learning is even harder when English isn't students' first language. Schools told us their priorities for supporting them

By Gary Bonar, Lecturer, School of Curriculum Teaching & Inclusive Education, Monash University
Anne Keary, Senior Lecturer, School of Curriculum Teaching & Inclusive Education, Monash University
Tanya Davies, Lecturer in Curriculum and Pedagogy, Monash University
Yvette Slaughter, Senior Lecturer in Languages and Literacy Education, The University of Melbourne
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When students shift to learning from home, they lose many of the in-school support structures and resources. While the priority is students’ well-being, schools have developed new teaching strategies.


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