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  • 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.
  • The Teaching of English During a Global Pandemic

    27 May 2021 Written by Sian Collinson, The Literacy Company
    The landscape of teaching has changed greatly over the last year. In this article, Sian Collinson explores where we go from here.
  • Collaboration is the Key: An EdTech Journey

    05 Jul 2021 Written by: Joseph Fielder and Natalie Pearce, Branfil Primary School
    How the EdTech Demonstrator Programme and Joint Practice Development helped our school tackle the challenges of moving to remote learning
  • Unfettering the Curriculum: Liberating Curiosity

    19 Feb 2021 Written by Brendan Law, Director General, Misk Schools Riyadh
    Brendan Law puts forward the case for shifting the curriculum towards an approach that appraises emotional and social development alongside intellectual progress.
  • Contingency Planning: Our strategic self-review for remote and hybrid learning

    12 Apr 2020 Written by Elle Monaghan, Content Producer, Bett
    Despite the desire to return to the classroom, all schools need to develop a robust contingency plan should closure be required again in the future.
  • How the University of D.C. is working to close the digital divide

    27 Nov 2020 Written by Microsoft Education Team
    The digital divide has been a defining challenge of the COVID-19 crisis. In this article Microsoft explores how one instruction has made waves in its approach to equity.
  • How to give literacy a boost with music

    11 Jun 2020 Written by Dr Anne Margaret Smith, Founder, ELT well
    Many children have spent the last few months locked down after the school gates closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. In September, as students filter back into school, there will be those who have ...
  • Should you go to University? Advice for students and parents

    30 Oct 2020 Written by Raya Bidshahri, Awecademy
    In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, there are an increasing number of students asking “should I go to university?” And unfortunately, for the vast majority of these young minds, their parents and t ...
  • Never mind jobs of the future there is an employment crisis for today's graduates

    22 Oct 2020 Cameron Mirza, Director, Global Careers Accelerators and Advisory Board Member for Bett MEA
    Career Services must be reimagined to become more strategic, data-informed, dynamic, and insightful to give students and parents the appropriate guidance and support needed to pivot and navigate throu ...
  • 21st Century Learning Skills and Strategies

    19 Oct 2020 Written by Lakshmi Annapurna Chintaluri, Independent Education Consultant
    Lakshmi Annapurna Chintaluri explores the strategies that can help students to be active learners, develop thinking skills and solve problems.
  • With many schools and parents working together to educate their children whilst learning from home, teacher Shaun McCormick from Kaligo talks about how they’ve been helping parents and pupils continue ...
  • Esports in Education

    07 Oct 2020 James Fraser-Murison, Director of Learning for the Creative Arts, Queen Mary’s College Basingstoke
    The esports industry is having, a year-on-year growth of 16%, with the total esports audience set to rise 11.7% to 495m individuals. As such, the esports industry is being driven by a demographic of u ...

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