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  • 4 Ways to Develop Empathy in your classroom

    16 Dec 2021 Written by Ed Kirwan, Empathy Week
    Ed joins us on the hub to explain why empathy is an essential skill for young people to learn in order to succeed.
  • Education leaders collaborate to enable equitable learning

    23 Nov 2021 By Microsoft Education Team
    According to UNESCO, more than 1.6 billion children worldwide lost learning opportunities during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Microsoft Education Team break down the core barriers to education this week ...
  • Thriving, not just Surviving in Education ' Teacher Wellbeing that Matters

    03 Nov 2021 Written by Kelly Hannaghan The Education People
    As International Stress Awareness Week commences, it’s important to recognise that for people working in education, teacher wellbeing and resilience has been tested to its limits.
  • The Power of Thanks and Gratitude in Education

    21 Oct 2021 Written by Kerry Hill, TAP Education Advisor
    The education sector has had a challenging 20 months. In this article, Kerry Hill in her new role as TAP Education Advisor breaks down her approach to motivating staff when workload is high.
  • Spotlight on social emotional skills: Results of OECD's global survey

    24 Sep 2021 Written by: Paige Johnson, Microsoft Education
    Microsoft joins us on the hub to discuss the issues which disproportionately affect children from lower income backgrounds such as heightened anxiety about graduating, increased loneliness, and diffic ...
  • If you're wondering how schools can meet the new mental health education requirements that must be in place by September 2021, here’s some ideas to help.
  • The GEC Manifesto for Education in Practice: Ilse Howling and Dr Mary Ashun

    25 Jun 2021 Ilse Howling, Chairman, Education Development Trust , Dr Mary Ashun, Principal, Ghana International School
    As part of our ‘GEC Manifesto for Education in Practice’ article series, Ilse Howling and Dr Mary Ashun highlight the importance of supporting teachers to secure the future of education.
  • Mindfulness: Does it fit my school culture?

    27 May 2021 Gift Nisanart Dharmageisirattana, The American School of Bangkok Green Valley
    Gift Nisanart Dharmageisirattana shares how her school has implemented mindfulness practice for all stakeholders within their community.
  • Navigating disruption: Spotlight on social-emotional learning

    14 May 2021 Written by Barbara Holzapfel, Microsoft
    Barbara joins us on the hub to discuss how the social-emotional aspect of learning has come into the spotlight in schools.
  • Lessons will be learned: Transforming safeguarding in education

    29 Apr 2021 Written by Martin Baker and Mike Glanville
    One Team Logic join us on the hub to discuss their new book which sets out how school and college staff can manage complex safeguarding responsibilities.
  • The GEC Manifesto for Education in Practice: Jose Papa

    23 Apr 2021 Jose Papa, Chairman, Bett Global Education Council
    Schools are communities not just buildings or processes
  • I want you to panic!

    22 Apr 2021 Written by Melanie Harwood, eduCCate Global
    In a special Earth Day article, Melanie Harwood breaks down the importance of teaching climate action.
  • Excel Good, Tik-Tok Bad: Is All Screen Time Created Equal?

    01 Apr 2021 Written by John Jones, The RGS Worcester Family of Schools
    In this article John Jones dives into the positives and negatives of screen time, and how we can all better manage our interactions with technology.
  • International schools impacted by staff and student wellbeing during COVID-19

    26 Mar 2021 Written by Anne Keeling, ISC Research
    ISC Research, which tracks the world’s international schools, has released a new report of research into how the wellbeing of students and staff at international schools has been affected by COVID-19.
  • Compassionate Systems Framework: Supporting community wellbeing at Dulwich College (Singapore)

    19 Mar 2021 Written by Jacob Martin, Dulwich College (Singapore)
    In this article Dulwich College (Singapore) explain how their focus on community wellbeing won them the ISC Research Ethical Values Education Award 2020.
  • Keeping a virtual focus on wellbeing

    03 May 2021 Written by Frances Frazer, The International School of Kuala Lumpur (ISKL)
    The International School of Kuala Lumpur (ISKL) break down the virtual newsroom initiative which won them the ISC Research wellbeing award this year.

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