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  • Back to School

    24 Sep 2020
    After a testing and challenging academic year, how are schools and trust leaders preparing for re-opening? This webinar explores how educators are engaging and adjusting to the school environment and ...
  • Augmenting Education

    24 Sep 2020 Paul Hamilton, Technology Trainer App and Creativity Wizard, Using Technology Better
    Paul Hamilton explores what a learning environment could look like in the future with the help of augmented reality.
  • Royal Liberty School - Keeping students involved in school life

    24 Sep 2020 April Saunders, Headteacher, The Royal Liberty School
    At a time when Royal Liberty School was only able to welcome children of key workers and a few year 10 students, they brought in other measures to allow their whole school community to come together a ...
  • What has been the impact of Remote Learning?

    17 Sep 2020 SWGfL Blog Team
    Up until now, we have witnessed first-hand at how productive this way of learning has been. Now, with months since lockdown restrictions came into place, professionals are able to look at how pupils h ...
  • Ways to support your teaching in the 'new normal'

    17 Sep 2020 Matt Hood, Principal of Oak National Academy
    Oak National Academy is planning to put systems in place to support teachers and families with seamless learning at home and in school should the pandemic lead to local lockdowns during the next acade ...
  • Corbets Tey School ' Staying in touch, continuing learning

    11 Sep 2020 Emma Allen, Headteacher, Corbets Tey School
    Emma Allen breaks down how she kept the learning community of Corbets Tey School in tact during lockdown.
  • According to Tes’ recent Staff Wellbeing Report, 44% of staff believe their current work-life balance is sustainable. With 35% feeling they have enough time to do their job effectively. 
  • How can you design an EdTech strategy that is the perfect fit for your institution? Our experience of 2020 confirms that peer-to-peer learning is the path to success.
  • Schools Under Strain: Making virtual classrooms a reality

    10 Sep 2020 Matthew Putman, Senior Solutions Consultant, Clarion Communication Management Ltd
    The Education sector is accepting this new reality, but teaching is only part of the story. Schools also have a duty of pastoral care to their students and need to find ways of staying in touch at all ...
  • 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 ...
  • 3 tips for helping students learn anywhere

    04 Sep 2020 Written by the Microsoft Education Team
    Preparing for an uncertain back-to-school environment can be unsettling but Microsoft Education are working to ensure that educators around the world have the tools they need to make their online or i ...
  • What does 'build back better' mean in the context of educating the world's children post-Covid-19?

    04 Sep 2020 Written by: Anna Riggall, Head of Research, Education Development Trust
    A few months into global lockdown, at the peak of mass school closures in most countries, and on the brink of an economic crisis on a scale the world has possibly never seen, we have started talking a ...
  • Future Pedagogy and New School Models

    28 Aug 2020 Rohan Roberts, Head of Future Learning, GEMS Education and Director, Dubai Science Festival
    The only real, meaningful, and lasting way prepare our children for the world of the future is to fix our educational system. In this article, Rohan Roberts presents his argument for new school models ...
  • Rewatch Bett, Lenovo and a selection of key Asia-specific educators lead an exclusive discussion on the challenges created by COVID-19 and how they can be overcome with proactive and effective learnin ...
  • Taking it gently is what will help children back to school

    28 Aug 2020 David Whyley, Education Consultant with Lexplore Analytics
    David Whyley explains why, in the return to school, a slow and steady pace is best, with gentler ways of assessment to understand the gaps in learning.
  • With the reduction of out-of-school opportunities, we have compromised some of the natural engagement that has long been a tool in our teaching arsenal. Michael A. DiSpezio explores the use of VR as i ...

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