Toronto secondary school teachers speak out against hybrid learning
A union representing Toronto’s secondary school teachers is calling for an end to the so-called hybrid learning model, in which an educator is responsible for simultaneously teaching students in class as well as those joining remotely from home.
Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation (OSSTF) members in Toronto are participating in a day-long protest against hybrid learning in advance of a Toronto District School Board meeting later on Thursday afternoon, where the hybrid system will be up for debate.
The protest is unfolding on social media, where teachers are speaking out about their experiences with hybrid learning using the hashtag #nohybrid. Some teachers are also wearing stickers with the message in class.
“I'm sure in some classes there may be only two students at home and in some classes the …
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