These guides have been written by school leaders to support continuous learning for ākonga in times of disruption, through a hybrid learning approach. Defining hybrid learning At its heart hybrid learning offers a way of designing for learning that isn’t determined by thinking about location in the first instance What’s driving the shift to hybrid learning? The global COVID-19 pandemic has caused disruption in almost every part of our society –including education Making learning visible Ensuring that learners (and whānau) are able to access their learning anywhere, anytime Designing Systems that Enable Teacher Collaboration In an environment where the constant is change, colleagues can be placed in situations that have not been their ‘usual’ experience How does communication support ākonga, whānau, and kaiako with hybrid learning? Using communication to support hybrid learning Using information to provide the right supports for remote learners Hybrid learning offers a way of designing for learning that isn’t determined by thinking about location in the first instance Maintaining Special Character in a Hybrid Learning Environment A special character school should be consciously deliberate about the learning materials they offer through their hybrid learning mechanisms and the ways in which these are offered Keeping Safe, staying safe and being safe in the digital environment When working in an online environment as teachers, we need to maintain the same standards that we would in the classroom environment Hybrid learning from a Te Ao Māori perspective Hybrid learning is continuous learning across three learning environments - onsite (at school), online (using devices) or remote (from home) ABC - Designing expectations for accessibility, being clear and consistent, and connection ABC guides on hybrid learning Seven actions necessary for getting started with hybrid learning You will put all your learning tasks and learning resources onto this platform so that all students can access them whether learning remotely or onsite at school Five pedagogies at the heart of hybrid learning There are several pedagogical approaches that are considered central to hybrid learning Video creating and streaming: Making use of the most engaging tool This resource will provide timely advice to classroom teachers on using live and pre-recorded videos Six principles of hybrid learning The purpose of hybrid learning is to provide continuous quality learning for all ākonga The importance of asynchronous and synchronous learning Understanding the difference between synchronous and asynchronous learning and when they should be used Designing Learning for a Hybrid Approach Lessons from COVID-19 and the lockdowns and the changes in learning delivery that have been occurring give us cause to rethink the way we design and deliver learning. Keeping learning active Active learners are engaged learners. The question is how do we support and sustain that activity in the hybrid learning environment? Leadership support for teaching staff Six principles for leading hybrid learning Universal Design for Learning, 'Action and Expression' With the affordances of digital technology Prepare for hybrid learning using teacher inquiry The following was an actual inquiry by a group of teachers who were moving from onsite to online and remote learning for ākonga. Nine steps to planning once, and for all students This summary guide suggests some ways that hybrid learning can be set up so that teachers plan once, and for all students.