Resource | 05.10.2021 | By Teresa Quail

Advice for online teaching

Advice for online teaching

Advice sheet, accessibility and remote learning for deaf students document plus appendix from Education Authority Northern Ireland

Parental support resource ‘Tips for online learning‘ (Suzanne Churcher QToD) ([email protected])


The NCSE (National Council for Special Education) have developed a series of short video clips to support:

  • Remote Teaching and Learning Supports for Parents
  • Remote Teaching and Learning Supports for Teachers


Online learning accessibility guidelines for deaf children and young people

Deaf friendly remote teaching- a checklist for teachers

Top Tips for Making Remote Learning Accessible for Deaf Pupils

Top tips from Wandsworth Hearing Support Service via their website 


Shirley Wilson (NSPCC) provides many useful links

*** Information for school governors

The British Psychological Society has produced brief  guidance for headteachers on how headteachers can look after staff wellbeing – Teacher resilience.

Video Conferencing and GDPR