2 Replies to “Proposition 4: The design of hybrid learning and teaching should recognise that students do not always have undisturbed domestic surroundings or equal access to digital technologies.”

  1. Yes, and this is particularly important for our widening participation students and those joining from an international context. There were so many issues with connectivity in specific countries that learning was significantly and unfairly impacted. We find solutions but any disruption to learning can deter students.

  2. Is undisturbed domestic surroundings the gold standard? Can learning aspire to take place in less formal spaces like anywhere learners gather around a device/technology (I’m picturing public parks, playgrounds, coffee shops, gyms, skate parks, etc.). Could this be framed as an aspiration to have learning happen in such spaces? For instance, The design of hybrid learning and teaching should recognise that students learn in a multitude of spaces and have varying degrees of access to digital technologies.

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