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  • Being mindful of our usage and approach to digital mediums, setting boundaries, being aware of the impact technology has on our lives and managing that impact to support our mental and physical health ...
  • Making Distance Learning Work; learning from schools in China

    14 Apr 2020 Anthony Coxon, co-founder and director of GCSE Pod
    Anthony Coxon, co-founder and director of GCSEPod, discusses the importance of using online learning resources to allow students and teachers to work remotely.
  • How can we use AI ethically in education?

    15 May 2020 Mark S. Steed, Principal and CEO of Kellett School, the British School in Hong Kong @independenthead
    Four risks that we need to consider
  • Reimagining Special Education in the Classroom & Online

    19 Jun 2020 Karissa Hultgren and Philip Bowman for the Mario Framework
    Educators today are expected to constantly evolve. This is even more apparent in a time when we are asked to undertake the enormous (sometimes overwhelming) task of moving all of the learning from the ...
  • Key workers and award winners highlight the power of BTEC

    14 Jul 2020 Cindy Rampersaud, Senior Vice President for BTEC and Apprenticeships
    On 25th June, we celebrated the outstanding achievements of learners, teachers, schools, colleges, training providers and employers in the UK and internationally at our tenth annual BTEC awards ceremo ...
  • Wellbeing and COVID-19'A Complicated Relationship

    14 Aug 2020 Written by Beth Kerr, Group Director of Wellbeing, Cognita
    This period has highlighted that whilst we can cope without many of the things that are familiar to us, we cannot cope very well if we do not prioritise our wellbeing.
  • Preparing learners for the jobs of the future post pandemic

    10 Sep 2020 by Cindy Rampersaud, Senior Vice President BTEC and Apprenticeships, Pearson
    There has been much discussion about the future of work following the COVID-19 pandemic, reimagining how work is done, the future role of the office, and the digital economy are some of the discussion ...
  • Why a whole school approach to wellbeing and mental health is key

    20 Nov 2020 Written by Jose Negrin, West Lea School
    Jose Negrin from West Lea special school breaks down the importance of a whole school approach to wellbeing and mental health.
  • 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?
  • Top tips for school leaders to develop resilience and mental wellbeing within your staff team

    28 Apr 2020 Written by Kerry Hill from Eyres Monsell Primary School. Follow her @EyresMonsellPri
    1. Create a positive culture The key to a mindful and resilient culture is its prominence and embedding across the whole school. Ensure you reinforce through the school environment, policies and pract ...
  • From physical to virtual learning: The new test of quality for universities

    16 Mar 2021 By Simon Wilson, CTO, UK and Ireland, Aruba
    Going to university has for the most part been looked at as an exciting new adventure. Yet like so many things it has become a point of anxiety for many due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Whereas before s ...
  • Students as Assistive Technology Experts: The Technology Advocate role at Barton Peveril

    29 Apr 2021 Written by Laura Stephens, Barton Peveril Sixth Form College
    Laura Stephens joins us on the Bett Community Hub to discuss her college’s approach to student technology advocates.
  • Utilising Video in Hybrid Learning

    22 Jul 2021 Written by David Horton, ICT and Computing Teacher, Trainer and Consultant
    David explores how the technical boundaries of the use of video in hybrid learning are being pushed, not only through curriculum delivery but also in the use of recording and live streaming.
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  • Rewatch Infobase and Bett lead a discussion with three educators from the Middle East and Europe on how they have educated and inspired users at all levels of EdTech adoption to create their own engag ...
  • In unprecedented times we are becoming increasingly reliant on technology to keep us connected with work, learning and our loved ones. In this first episode, we discuss what tools and pedagogies our g ...

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