Online learning

5 reasons why online learning helps with students at risk of exclusion in off-site direction

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Exclusion can be potentially detrimental to a child’s education and their future prospects. There could be several reasons why a student may be at risk of exclusion which can subsequently impact their mental health, attendance and attainment levels.

A conscious effort needs to be made to provide positive behaviour reinforcement for these students so they can understand how to behave appropriately. Also, steps towards a successful reintegration should always be aimed for. Could this be through the use of an online learning and hybrid approach model? Here are 5 reasons why online learning can help students at risk of exclusion in an off-site direction.

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Success of online AP with Rodillian Academy

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Implementing a successful online alternative provision can be achieved if due diligence checks are completed by a school to ensure the provision provides high-quality education.

EDClass had the privilege of speaking to the head of year 7, David Paul from Rodillian Academy, to discuss how they have successfully implemented the EDClass platform. David also highlighted key areas and challenges that are currently present in the education sector that need addressing.

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How to support absenteeism through online learning

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Absent students may always present the education sector with a problem that will be difficult to solve, but we must do everything in our power to overcome certain barriers. Could one option be online learning? EDClass contacted the Department for Education to discuss absence rates and why we must keep up the momentum to improve standards.

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The benefits of online alternative provision for students with special educational needs

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Online alternative provision (OAP) can be a lifeline for students with special educational needs (SEN). It can provide them with the support they need to reach their full potential, in a way that traditional education may not be able to.

There are several benefits to using OAP to support students with SEN. One of the main benefits is that OAP provides a flexible and supportive learning environment. Students can learn at their own pace and in their own time, and they can access support from qualified teachers and other professionals whenever they need it.

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Integrating an effective alternative provision

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Students with specific needs and requirements might find online alternative provision to be extremely effective and can be highly beneficial for a school also. It is always good to keep government guidance in mind in identifying the right solution, but children’s safety should always be paramount. EDClass interviewed Mark Wrangles and here is what he had to say regarding integrating an effective alternative provision. 

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How to keep the curriculum engaging for those learning online

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Online learning has become increasingly popular in recent years, and for good reason. It offers several advantages over traditional face-to-face learning, such as flexibility, convenience, and affordability. However, one of the challenges of online learning is keeping students engaged.

Ofsted has highlighted how high-quality education should be provided if children are to fulfil their true potential. The school inspection handbook states:

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How online learning can help SEND students succeed in English, maths and science

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Students with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) can face several challenges in the traditional classroom setting. These challenges can include difficulty paying attention, following instructions, and understanding complex concepts.

However, when appropriate measures are implemented, online learning can provide several benefits for SEND students. Their core subject knowledge can be enhanced when their specific needs are accommodated.

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5 Ways Online Learning Helps with Delivering the School Curriculum

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Online learning has become increasingly popular in recent years, and for good reason. It offers several benefits for students and teachers, including flexibility, personalisation, and access to resources.

One of the biggest benefits of online learning is that it can help schools deliver the curriculum more effectively. Here are five ways that online learning can help with delivering the school curriculum:

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