Off-site learning is an supplement or substitute for classroom learning.

It can enrich pupils, teach them digital skills – while delivered tailored learning and instant feedback with little or no disruption.

An off-site education has a wide range of benefits for pupils from all backgrounds.

This blog post explains the benefits of off-site learning and why it can bring the curriculum to life.

What are the types of off-site education?

Off-site learning can be another term to describe distance learning – such as those techniques operated by schools during the coronavirus pandemic.

It can also be defined as trips, overnight stays abroad, Duke of Edinburgh and so fourth.

What is off-site distance learning?

Off-site learning can require students to access offline and online digital opportunities. This is so that they can maintain (and even improve) their learning performance away from mainstream classrooms.

Off-site study is not a replacement for classroom-based learning, but acts as a supplement or substitute depending on the situation.

Its purpose is to offer an alternative that brings students, teachers and learning together in a social environment when on-site learning is prohibited.

It also provides appropriate and equal educational opportunities – which may not always be possible in the classroom.

If done effectively, learning in this manner can benefit from and be consistent with your existing processes.

Expectations on off-site education

 

How EDClass can help with your off-site education provision

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