Personalised webinars to support communication interventions for learners during a period of remote learning

Created on: 13 Jan 2022 | Last modified: 13 Jan 2022


How effective is the use of personalised webinars to support the development of shared understanding of communication interventions for learners with both complex learning needs and parents who have a limited command of English during a period of remote learning?

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Author 
Emma Harvey

Originating Organisation or Projects
EIS Action Research Grants 2020-21

Abstract

This project was intended to explore the impact of personalised webinars to support the development of a shared understanding of communication interventions for learners with both complex learning needs and parents who have a limited command of English during a period of anticipated remote learning. Unfortunately there were a number of unforeseen complications, meaning that definitive conclusions cannot be drawn. This report details these issues and provides a summary of planned future action.

How can I use this resource?

Preliminary findings in this project may inform policy and pedagogical choices regarding the use of webinars to support learners with complex needs. Additionally this report showcases methodology for exploring this topic in the context of COVID-19, and reflects on the challenges of conducting action research under these conditions.