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  • No New Normal – Debunking COVID-19 Myths in Higher Education

    30 Jul 2020 By Hugh Martin, Registrar and Chief Administrative Officer, British University in Dubai
    Hugh Martin, Registrar and Chief Administrative Officer at the British University in Dubai, explains why we should stop using the phrase ‘the new normal’ and stay optimistic about the future of the HE ...
  • In a world that is becoming more technological, the need to equip younger generations with the skills to drive innovation in technology has never been greater.
  • Wellbeing and Socialization in Online Schooling

    24 Jul 2020 By Cody Claver, General Manager iCademy Middle East
    Wellbeing and socialization is difficult to measure in an online classroom. Cody Claver from iCademy explores how schools can keep tabs on mental health within a virtual environment.
  • The winners of Pearson’s tenth annual BTEC Awards are being announced in a ceremony this afternoon which is taking place online for the first time ever due to the coronavirus.
  • 10 key workers share their experience of working and learning as they kept the UK going during lockdown, in partnership with Pearson.
  • The future of EdTech: lessons learned in lockdown

    16 Jul 2020 James Jepson, Solutions Sales Director, Viewsonic
    In light of the recent announcement from the Government that schools and colleges will have to fully reopen in September, teachers are being told to prepare for remote learning for students that have ...
  • Are you helping or hindering the mental health and wellbeing of your pupils?

    16 Jul 2020 Ross McWilliam, MHFA National Trainer @RossMcWilliamUK
    Ross McWilliam discusses how schools can create a solid mental health strategy to support teachers and students in identifying need and signposting solutions.
  • With many schools and parents working together to educate their children whilst learning from home, teacher Shaun McCormick from Kaligo talks about how they’ve been helping parents and pupils continue ...
  • The Makings Of A Virtual Classroom

    16 Jul 2020 Brendan Daniel, CKEditor
    Making the move to a virtual classroom must have the student’s progress in mind. Brendan Daniel from CKEditor surveys some of the most common virtual classroom tools — not to compare, but rather to il ...
  • The British Esports Association, the not-for-profit organisation set up to promote and support grassroots esports, has partnered with global learning company Pearson to create the world’s first qualif ...
  • 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 ...
  • Esports in Education

    10 Jul 2020 James Fraser-Murison, Director of Learning for the Creative Arts, Queen Mary’s College Basingstoke
    The esports industry is having, a year-on-year growth of 16%, with the total esports audience set to rise 11.7% to 495m individuals. As such, the esports industry is being driven by a demographic of u ...
  • Reimagining education: From remote to hybrid learning

    10 Jul 2020 Michael Fullan and Joanne Quinn, Global Directors at New Pedagogies for Deep Learning
    Every child needs and deserves a great education. To help ensure the well-being and academic success of all students, we must reimagine curricula, teaching and assessment practices, the role of teache ...
  • Supporting a child returning to school after lockdown

    10 Jul 2020 Young Minds’ Parents Helpline Experts @YoungMindsUK
    Young Minds’ Parents Helpline experts share their tips for supporting a child in the transition back to school life.
  • Pointers and pitfalls in managing teams of educators remotely

    10 Jul 2020 Joanne Miles, Coach, Consultant and Trainer in the UK Further Education sector
    The coronavirus pandemic has been a uniquely challenging situation for education managers the world over. In all contexts, managers have been grappling with the rapid, unplanned transition to teaching ...
  • Unconscious bias in teaching

    03 Jul 2020 Penny Rabiger on behalf of the BAMEed Network
    The BAMEed Network have witnessed a surge of interest from schools, multi academy trusts and individual teachers seeking to tackle racism. In order to show us how to start the conversation, Penny Rabi ...

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