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How to stay creative and keep your family sane during lockdown – from one of the world’s best teachers

Thousands of classrooms all over the world remain empty, due t the COVID-19 pandemic. Image: REUTERS/Anushree Fadnavis

Kate Whiting

Senior Writer, Formative Content

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Andria Zafirakou was awarded the Global Teacher Prize in 2018 and is a World Economic Forum Cultural Leader. Image: Flickr/World Economic Forum
The coronavirus is keeping millions of children out of school. Image: Statista
Andria Zafirakou with students at Alperton Community School in London. Image: The Times
Zafirakou says it’s important to limit screen time while children are learning at home.
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