The Research Institute for Social Mobility and Education has partnered with Leeds Beckett University and the National Education Opportunities Network (NEON), to work on a research project which investigates digital learning. The research investigation aims to understand what international best practice in the realm of digital pedagogy looks like –...
Today the Higher Education regulator, the Office for Students, published their long awaited report into digital teaching and learning online.
A few weeks ago, RISE called for the £78m earmarked for lateral flow testing in schools, to be redistributed and used instead to address the growing educational divide.
In a report published today, RISE reccomends there there should be a virtial lerning coordinator in every school to end the digital divide. This will enable disadvantaged children to fully take part in the blended learning environment.
Publication: COVID-19, Leading Virtual Learning in Schools and College
The following paper was commissioned by RISE to investigate digital learning in the HE sector within the context of social mobility, which is central to our ethos. We set out to investigate: what is likely to be the future of digital learning and where is the pressure coming from for this to develop and evolve?
This summary blog is based on the RISE Research paper: Enhancing Social Mobility in the Digital Learning Age.