Research also shows negative impact of rules barring teachers and pupils from seeing each other during online music lessons
New research into how music was taught during lockdown has found that – despite initial scepticism from teachers – online learning often resulted in high levels of student engagement and less “dead time”.
The report said: “Teachers commented on generally high levels of student engagement, with students focused and on task and less dead time. Full story.
Emma Seith (tes) / September 15, 2020