Covid-19 has changed the classroom forever. As the new academic year draws nearer, educators are required to shape the ‘new normal’ education system quickly and effectively. At this stage, we recognise that the solutions do not all exist and the support of peers and experts is vital.
How to contribute to this handbook
Nature of this Handbook
- Every chapter article has a contributor who can be contacted via joining their Groups.
- Each initial chapter article has been written by the lead contributor.
- Essentially it should be treated as work in progress and a place where good ideas come together.
Read & Contribute
- It’s easy! Every chapter article is compiled in this normal document formatted NewNormal EdBook and all you need is to request access to contribute.
- Anyone in education can request access to contribute to this NewNormal EdBook. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to request access.
- You will also need a Google account to participate and contribute to this #NewNormalEdBook.
- Once access is granted via email, read the chapter content and add something useful in the comments section.
- To comment, please highlight the phrase or word that you’d like to comment on.
- You can write as much as you want.
- If you are working on a project, find the relevant chapter and tell us about it.
- If you can’t fit your contribution into a specific chapter, add it to the Good Ideas section.
- Be sure to have signed up as a member of this Community.
- Don’t forget to bookmark the page either.
Spread the word
- The intention behind this book is to be helpful and supportive to all educators.
- Tell your friends and colleagues about it.
- Share it in your FaceBook, LinkedIn, Twitter and What’s App groups.
- Webinars, panel discussions and fireside chats are available for you to join for free.
- These events will discuss some of the issues within this New Normal EdBook.
- Sign Up to the Opogo Community to have access to these events and more.
- The comments and information in this New Normal EdBook has been created by you, the education sector stakeholders.
- Comments and Information is not advice and should not be treated as such.
- Opogo bears no responsibility for action taken resulting from information found in this New Normal EdBook.
- Opogo does not claim that any of the information and contents of this New Normal EdBook is true, complete, accurate, up-to-date, or non-misleading.
- This EdBook is self-regulated by the contributors on this EdBook. Opogo bears no responsibility for how this information is used.
If you have a query or would like to contribue to the EdBook, please get in touch at email@example.com.