You can do virtually anything if you need to (Tyler)
Issue 170 | Page 17 | Published Nov 2021
Paul Tyler highlights some of the ways in which virtual learning can take place and how he maintained 'visitors' and 'visits' throughout the pandemic.
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Mark Levesley considers the teaching and learning that can stem from the COVID-19 pandemic.
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