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  • Team Teacherly share their thoughts on the future models of education post COVID-19.
  • The steep learning curve of remote learning

    20 May 2020 Vikki Hawkins, Primary Computing and Ed Tech Leader, UAE
    Lessons from the first weeks of remote learning from a school in the UAE.
  • Originally posted on Place2Be’s blog. Follow @Place2Be Coronavirus is all over the news right now, so it’s understandable that many children, and adults, are anxious about the virus and how it could i ...
  • There’s no doubt that maintaining teacher well-being is vital. Not only for our own mental health, but for that of our families and the pupils we care for. School closures as a result of the global pa ...
  • Strong demand for devices in Q1 has created concerns around inventory and replenishment globally
  • Outside to Inside

    15 May 2020 Anita Kleijn, Wellbeing Coordinator, Benjamin Franklin International School
    Experiences of lockdown school life from Benjamin Franklin International School, Spain
  • 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
  • Bett MEA, in partnership with GoBubble, held its first webinar in April, whereby education leaders discussed the safeguarding barriers presented to educators, including the wholesome ways they can be ...
  • The second instalment of The Bettcast brought together a group of educators to explore ideas to keep students motivated and engaged with online learning. Topics discussed included; engagement in remot ...
  • How do we prepare learners for the world of future work and learning, at a time when both spheres are experiencing unprecedented levels of uncertainty and change? At times when established patterns ar ...
  • The Staff of 2030

    07 May 2020 Barbara Holzapfel, General Manager, Microsoft Education
    To best prepare the class of 2030 we need to better understand who the staff of 2030 will be and the education environment they will shape
  • Flipping failure: 3 ways technology gets it right when learners get it wrong

    07 May 2020 Heather Abela, Learning by Questions
    Build confidence and resilience in students by employing techniques that show the progress they are making as individuals. After all, there’s no better position to travel in than the driving seat.
  • Lessons in Distance Learning

    07 May 2020 Jon Scott, Teacher and Education Technology Consultant
    The skills educators have learned in lockdown will profoundly affect future practice
  • The Long Read: Global Edtech Landscape - The Next Generation Learning Lifecycle

    01 May 2020 Rohan Roberts, Head of Future Learning, GEMS Education and Director, Dubai Science Festival
    Analysing the Next Generation Learning Lifecycle: Create, Manage, Discover, Connect, Experience, Learn, Credential, Advance.
  • Every school has its own challenges and is on its own, unique journey when it comes to digital strategy and change management. London CLC’s impartial guide can help.
  • Supporting Students' Mental Health During Lockdown

    28 Apr 2020 Written by Charlotte Levene and Joanna Watson from the YoungMinds Training and Development Team. Follow them @YoungMindsUK
    Teaching is an incredibly tough job – and now, it seems that not teaching is also very challenging!  Over the last couple of months the world has changed for all of us.  Schools have closed to the maj ...

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