At the start of the pandemic, expectations were for schools and teachers to replicate synchronous timetables virtually for students. However, as we move along and debate the future of teaching and learning, asynchronous learning can prove itself to be a valuable way to deliver lessons whilst maintaining that rigour, collaboration, personalisation, and feedback as synchronous classes.

Moderator – Matt Heinrich, Head of Learning Technologies, Caulfield Grammar School

Panellists – Greg Port, Head of ICT Integration/Acting Head of Library Services, All Saints College; Dan Hicks, Education Lead & Tech Integration Specialist, Woodland Pre-Schools; Chris Timms, Assistant Head of DUCKS, Dulwich College Singapore; Ankit Jain, Deputy General Manager – ICT, Podar Education Network; Lisa Plenty, Director of Digital Learning and Innovation, Rodford College

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