The technology has the potential to change our lives and it has been particularly visible during the pandemic. Millions of teachers and students along with their parents were forced to switch to a remote K-12 education. One might say that technology saved education in those forced circumstances, others will criticize it for failing to offer quality.
But what if online teaching is a choice and a planned action, rather than being necessitated by the situation? How should remote education look like for those who need it while traveling with their families for international assignments of grants (for various work, expert, business-related – purposes). What should one then expect from online teaching? How can – or should – a parent support their child in this form of education? In this webinar, we aim for a discussion that would explore the non-pandemic context of online education and give us a more systemic perspective.
This webinar took place on March 18, 2021 at 6:00 pm CET, as part of “The new media: between science and fiction” series. For more information about the series please visit en.fulbright.edu.pl/webinars.