Australian Education Survey finds teachers working longer but more creatively while working from home

Meg Powell
Updated July 7 2020 - 7:24am, first published 7:19am
Different approach: Senior maths teacher Bjorn Porsbro worked hard back in April to make online learning accessible to all Devonport High School students. Picture: Brodie Weeding

Despite working longer hours and with significant mental health problems, it seems school teachers managed to discover more creative teaching methods and boost their digital literacy while teaching from home.

Meg Powell

Meg Powell

Journalist

Meg Powell has been a journalist for the Advocate Newspaper in North-West Tasmania since 2019. She has covered a range of areas and issues including crime, health, environmental issues, business, social affairs , the arts and education. Got a story to share? Email megan.powell@theadvocate.com.au or call 0448 302 029

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