JONATHAN JANSEN | Covid-19 lessons we must heed, lest we miss a once-in-a-generation chance

These insights have given us an opportunity to re-evaluate SA’s education system for the better

The pandemic is, hopefully, almost behind us. With the arrival of the first consignment of vaccines and the encouraging drop in the positivity rate to below 10% (9.15%), it is time to plan for a post-Covid-19 world. Reading and listening to the stories of how teachers experienced 2020, it is now possible to extract at least seven hard lessons from pandemic teaching for the future design of instruction and learning in SA...

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