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  • What is AI? As Karine explains “AI in essence is a smart technology that augments our own human and professional intelligence and provides us with tools that are flexible, inclusive, personalised and ...
  • A Climate of Change: Future Skills, EdTech & the SDGs

    22 Jun 2022 Dr Meryl Batchelder, Subject Leader for Science, Corbridge Middle School, Northumberland
    In collaboration with Twin Science To ensure the children in my classroom understand the concept of living sustainably, I have brought the UN Sustainable Development Goals into my lessons, linking all ...
  • Why we need to teach sustainability in construction Meeting the challenges of climate change and decarbonisation is critical to every country in the world right now. In the UK, our buildings account f ...
  • In this keynote session, Jean-Claude Brizard, Cigdem Ertem and Ollie Bray explore the opportunities and threats that automation presents to our students' future, and how we can change the role of tech ...
  • Prepare learners for tomorrow through curiosity, engagement and real-world experiences. In this session a primary school will provide a deep dive into how digital technologies such as video, imagery, ...
  • It's 2032. We are looking back, ten years to be exact, on the most interesting years education has ever known. That was the time when media literacy became increasingly higher on the agenda: - Apps li ...
  • Ahead by Bett: Sitting down with Matthew Syed

    04 Mar 2022 Written by Elle Monaghan, Ahead by Bett
    How can the Higher Education sector take advantage of the opportunities provided by disruption? What is ‘future-proofing’ and how can we prepare for the unknown? Matthew Syed is joining us at Ahead by ...
  • Tes join us on the hub to explore their research around cyberbullying and online bullying and share their top tips on putting a stop to it.
  • In celebration of World Teachers’ Day, Dave Smith explores the rapid upskilling that teachers have embraced since 2020 and what lessons we have learned for the future.
  • A Reflection on Assessment During and After Lockdown

    03 Jun 2021 By Jane Downes, Hsis Associate Adviser for Assessment
    Jane Downes explores the future of assessment taking into account learnings from lockdown.
  • An unsuspecting catalyst for much needed change

    19 Mar 2021 Written by Michelle Thomas, Director of Education, SRS
    Michelle Thomas from SRS explores how her school ensured that digital technology is a central consideration in all areas of curriculum and assessment delivery.
  • During the COVID-19 lockdown, Bryanston School had to start the new term with no students! 
  • As the world changes, why isn't assessment keeping up?

    26 Feb 2021 Written by Stefanie Leong, Asia-Pacific International Baccalaureate Organization
    Innovation continues to dominate education technology in almost every area except one. Why are examinations and assessments being left out of the ongoing progress of change?
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  • Are Voice Assistants Ready for Education?

    15 Jan 2021 Written by Julie Daniel Davis, Founder, Voice in Education Podcast
    Julie Daniel Davis asks the question: are voice assistants ready for education, and are voice assistant companies missing a golden opportunity to enhance the educational experience?
  • An international review of plans and actions for school reopening

    18 Dec 2020 Rachael Fitzpatrick, Astrid Korin, and Anna Riggall, Education Development Trust
    The Education Development Trust have released an international review of the plans and actions schools put in place for reopening.

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