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  • I want you to panic!

    22 Apr 2021 Written by Melanie Harwood, eduCCate Global
    In a special Earth Day article, Melanie Harwood breaks down the importance of teaching climate action.
  • What is the future of work and learning?

    16 Apr 2021 Written by Joysy John, 01Founders
    Joysy John joins us on the Bett Community Hub to share her thoughts on the future of work and learning.
  • The GEC Manifesto for Education in Practice: Cl'udia Costin and Mark Sparvell

    09 Apr 2021 Written by Cláudia Costin, Getulio Vargas Foundation & Mark Sparvell, Microsoft
    As part of our ‘GEC Manifesto for Education in Practice’ article series, Cláudia Costin and Mark Sparvell explore the manifesto point: Universal access to technology should be part of every child’s ri ...
  • Excel Good, Tik-Tok Bad: Is All Screen Time Created Equal?

    01 Apr 2021 Written by John Jones, The RGS Worcester Family of Schools
    In this article John Jones dives into the positives and negatives of screen time, and how we can all better manage our interactions with technology.
  • International schools impacted by staff and student wellbeing during COVID-19

    26 Mar 2021 Written by Anne Keeling, ISC Research
    ISC Research, which tracks the world’s international schools, has released a new report of research into how the wellbeing of students and staff at international schools has been affected by COVID-19.
  • Connectivity is the backbone to ensuring equality of access to education

    19 Mar 2021 Written by Sir Tim Berners-Lee and Co-founder Rosemary Leith, World Wide Web Foundation
    Who better to illustrate point four of the Global Education Council Manifesto for Education than Web inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee and Web Foundation Co-founder Rosemary Leith.
  • Compassionate Systems Framework: Supporting community wellbeing at Dulwich College (Singapore)

    19 Mar 2021 Written by Jacob Martin, Dulwich College (Singapore)
    In this article Dulwich College (Singapore) explain how their focus on community wellbeing won them the ISC Research Ethical Values Education Award 2020.
  • The GEC Manifesto for Education in Practice: Eric C Abrams

    05 Mar 2021 Written by Eric C Abrams, Stanford University Graduate School of Education
    We must support vulnerable children and communities who do not have equitable access to education to reduce the widening equity gap.
  • Keeping a virtual focus on wellbeing

    03 May 2021 Written by Frances Frazer, The International School of Kuala Lumpur (ISKL)
    The International School of Kuala Lumpur (ISKL) break down the virtual newsroom initiative which won them the ISC Research wellbeing award this year.
  • How Staff Wellbeing is the key to a Successful School

    26 Feb 2021 Written by Kerry Hill, Eyres Monsell Primary School
     In this article we hear from Kerry Hill, who has embedded mental health and wellbeing as a golden thread throughout her school.
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Supporting SEND Children in the Home

    28 Apr 2020 By Wendy Conrad, Educator and Special School Mental Health Lead for Derby City (@wendymariconrad)
    Children all over the UK are accessing learning portals, the internet, online classes. But for many children whose additional educational needs mean that they are unable to access the world of online ...
  • 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 ...

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