A new report from @PebblePad, which surveys university leaders from around the world on their post Covid recovery ambitions, has now been released for free download.
The in-depth research “REBUILD AND RECOVERY – Post-Covid ambitions for the global HE Sector” pinpoints a number of priorities for HE leaders as they build teaching and learning strategies for the year ahead and beyond. Based on insight gathered over the last 12 months, PebblePad has identified student-centred learning, well-structured and supported studies and ethical data use to monitor student progress as the most important initiatives to fuel post-Covid learning.
While the study calls out the successes of universities who have moved quickly to deal with Covid challenges, it also highlights issues which need to be urgently addressed. For example, the quick pivot to online teaching and learning has provided learners with plenty of material to consume, but not a lot of structure, scaffolding and support.
Looking at successes and issues over the last year, together with both pedagogical priorities and leader objectives, PebblePad has been able to develop a ‘rebuild and recovery’ blueprint.
Founded in 2004, PebblePad is an award-winning Learning Journey Platform, designed to help learners, wherever they are learning (at study, work or play), develop, shape, and share their unique skills and attributes in an ever more competitive world.