Following on from my post about WEGC unexpected school closure I present below the results of my survey. The survey was sent to around 140 of my students, albeit mostly computing students so there is likley some bias. In Q2 1=No Way, 5=Absolutely.In short, if the schools Business Continuity Plan(BCP) included an expectation that teachers and students work electronically then less learning time would be lost. Most businesses I know have a BCP of sorts… do schools? Footnote: Only 5 students came to school, not bad for a closure 8:20pm the night before.
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