This new article seeks to understand the learning trajectories of a group B Ed Honours students during the COVID-19 pandemic as they transitioned from face-to-face learning to online in an attempt to complete their degree. Heather Nadia Phillips explains how socio-economic inequalities such as lack of access, technical devices and skills when using online platforms and its impact on current teaching and learning. The results also show that exposure to a variety of online pedagogies increased student knowledge which could be transferred to their own practice.
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