Remote learning: Learning partnerships

Staying positive during this time is important – each day of maintaining physical distancing is contributing to the lifting of the current restrictions. One day, teachers and students will return to working collaboratively, face to face, in the classroom. It is also important that teachers and students learn from this time working remotely. Helen Champion, Curriculum Specialist, The Arts, shares a project that was completed through the Victorian Creative Learning Partnership. The students from the Tempy Primary School, in the Loddon-Mallee region of Victoria, worked with artist Anthony Crowley, based in Melbourne, to create a musical titled When a Star Fell in Our Wheat Field. Turned out that even with over 400 kilometres between members of the creative team, a wonderful work could be created. Use this link to find out more about the project. Watch and enjoy!