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  • Identifying stressors

    17 Jun 2020 Kerry Hill, Eyres Monsell Primary School
    In a study based on the work of Albrecht, Kerry Hill from Eyres Monsell Primary School takes us through how we can identify and combat daily stressors.
  • Our second episode is "What Matters in EdTech Middle East and Africa" which invites guests working in the region, to explore some of the particular opportunities and challenges of education locally. W ...
  • Sharing best practice: Providing practical help and support in uncertain times

    11 Jun 2020 Written by Clare Booth, Hub4Leaders, Marketing Manager
    During lockdown, sharing best practice and high-quality resources was an essential way of overcoming challenges. TheSchoolBus explains why this is still necessary now and how to use this information t ...
  • 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 ...
  • External and Internal Pressure to 'Max Out' Lockdown Time

    10 Jun 2020 Ross McWilliam, MHFA National Trainer @RossMcWilliamUK
    How Ross McWilliam is using lockdown time as an opportunity to develop and grow personally and professionally.
  • Stories to tell ' 12 tips to make storytelling an adventure again

    05 Jun 2020 Zsuzsanna Papp, psychologist and mother of three, for the BOOKR Class blog @BOOKR_Kids
    The lockdown has brought an unforeseen challenge - how to entertain children when leaving the house is not an option. Here are 12 tips to engage kids simply by varying how we tell stories.
  • An Update from the Bett UK Advisory Board

    05 Jun 2020 Elle Monaghan, Content Producer for Bett
    We caught up with our UK Advisory Board to discuss the latest trends, challenges and innovations in education.
  • The rise of AI and robots ' how do we start learning?

    05 Jun 2020 Jerry Tan, Managing Director, Lattel Robotics
    Robot pickers in a warehouse in the United States, UV disinfecting robots in Singapore malls – the unprecedented Covid-19 crisis has seen the increasing dominance of artificial intelligence (AI) and r ...
  • How are our young people managing without peer to peer contact? What practical ideas can we implement to support them whilst they are in their home setting and what structures and support do we need t ...
  • As part of our mission to transform education, Bett UK champions diversity and inclusion in EdTech throughout its show content, advocating a level playing field for all. On this year’s  International ...
  • Providing wellbeing support, reducing the impact and making a difference

    28 May 2020 Pete Quinn, Guest Lecturer, Education University of Hong Kong @peteqconsult
    How do we ensure that students have access to authentic and evidence-based digital sources of information and support?
  • Tackling Digital Wellbeing During School Closures and Beyond

    28 May 2020 By Elle Monaghan, Content Producer, Bett Global
    Lockdown has prompted us all to readdress our relationship with our own wellbeing and its intersection with technology. For young people, where the lines between socialising and technology are particu ...
  • Spotlight on Estonia

    28 May 2020 Kristel Mositus, Estonia Government (Education)
    Take a look at how Estonia are coping in the current climate and how they are making their education stand out
  • Best Practice for Long Distance Reading Instruction

    28 May 2020 Miguel Melendez and Brian Knuth from Scholastic
    As personal interaction with students is curtailed, it is critical that educators enact strategies that compensate for the interactivity of the classroom
  • Microsoft shares the key points from their recent Virtual Education Transformation Summit
  • Online learning: recommendations for wellness

    22 May 2020 By  Dr. Terry McAdams, Director of Learning Technology, Branksome Hall Asia
    Due to lockdowns and the increase of online learning, health and wellness has become a priority, yet it is often neglected. Staying indoors, a lack of fresh air, staring at screens, and sitting for lo ...

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