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Coronavirus: Flipping The Classroom For Home Learning Can Be An Opportunity For Inclusion… Or Greater Exclusion

The current crisis is changing the landscape of education. In the second of our series looking at the impact of Coronavirus on schools and teaching, Professor Amanda Kirby discusses how it could be a blessing in disguise for neurodiverse learners

At this extraordinary time, we are potentially facing teaching children remotely for weeks and there are many questions to address. How will we make this a true learning experience for them provide the mechanisms to deliver in accessible formats? Is this an opportunity for more inclusive approaches or will it lead to further exclusion for some learners?

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