Paul Brown: I think the biggest challenge is making sure you are doing your best to engage every student. Not everybody learns the same way, so you have to deliver a variety of different learning experiences so that everyone has the best chance to engage with learning. As a music teacher this can be hard when not every student has an instrument at home and you want to encourage your students to practise a song. I’ve instead been offering songs to learn on instruments as well as showing students how to use technology to make music. It has been a pleasure seeing some of the creative work that has come out of students (particularly at Parkes Christian School) when they are allowed to spend more time on the subjects that they love. The nature of at-home learning means that even though we provide the learning experiences with students, they can spend as much or as little on a task, which for some students, they can be more creative and produce something that shows their understanding of a topic in a deeper way.