Responding to COVID-19 through Continuing Professional Learning & Development for Emergency Remote Teaching: A Bi-Continental Comparative Analysis

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2022-09
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Hill, Leroy
Haywood, Melanie-Marie
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Commonwealth of Learning (COL)
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PCF10 Sub-theme: Building Resilience // This discussion evaluates institutional action to advance and sustain a remote teaching model as the primary mode of teaching during COVID-19 restrictions. This comparative analysis explores the COVID-19 Continuing Professional Learning & Development (CPLD) response of two Higher Education Institutions (HEI’s), one in the UK and one in the Caribbean. The discussion evaluates institutional action of both institutions to advance and sustain a remote teaching model that values resilience discourse. Authors make a case for the building of resilience as a comparative factor for the development of skill through an open and critical discussion of lessons learned. We propose a framework for the development of CPLD that equally considers resilience with the development of skill for sustainable learning and development. The discussion draws on best practice and reflection from both institutional approaches, while evaluating challenges and opportunities, to develop a stronger model of practice for resilient teaching and learning. // Paper ID 6956
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Emergency Remote Teaching, Resilience, Continuing Professional Learning and development
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St. Augstine, UK
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Caribbean and Americas, Europe
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