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Restrictions lead to innovation

The restrictions brought on by covid have made people all over the world change their approach, and the Pacific Alliance projects with NSCC International was no exception. 

In June, I was asked to prepare a webinar in Spanish for our colleagues in Peru and Chile on the topics of “Backwards Design” and “Assessment and Evaluation” in the online classroom, and a second one on Sustainability Education. I was excited at the opportunity to share what I could and to learn from the best practices in their countries too, as it is a whole new world for all of us.

I am grateful for the great collaboration and awesome support from the NSCC team, and always value the chance to engage in these projects as there are so many learnings. 

Kirsty Locke

Faculty, School of Access, Education and Language

NSCC Strait Area Campus

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