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Last reviewed on 19 October 2021
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Download, customise and present our staff briefing to give your teachers the confidence to plan and deliver good remote lessons – and share our handout to help them adapt any classroom lesson for remote delivery.

Download the presentation and facilitator notes

Time to deliver: 60 minutes (plus time for questions, if you take those at the end)

You'll cover:

  • The similarities between classroom and remote teaching
  • How to translate great classroom teaching into great remote teaching
  • How to support pupils to collaborate and work independently
  • What staff can do now to boost their confidence and save time later

You'll need to adapt the presentation to reflect your school's approach to remote learning. Use the facilitator notes as your step-by-step guide to preparing for and delivering this briefing – we explain exactly where you need to adapt the presentation.

KeyDoc: remote learning staff briefing – presentation

KeyDoc: remote learning staff briefing – facilitator notes

Delivering this briefing remotely?

Use our tips for delivering a remote training session to make sure it runs smoothly.

Delivering a remote training session – tips

Share this handout with staff – it includes

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