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  • Experiential Learning at Home

    01 Jul 2021 Written by Witold Matulewicz, Vice-President / Co-Founder, Natural Born Leaders
    Witold Matulewicz of Natural Born Leaders highlights the importance of Experiential Learning at Home and shares details of a free parent support campaign for all schools and preschools
  • Could technology be the answer to career apathy?

    01 Jul 2021 Written by Emma Gaukroger, Greenwood Academy
    Emma Gaukroger, BTEC Quality Nominee, careers co-ordinator and music teacher from Greenwood Academy discusses how technology can help students with careers guidance.
  • Utilising Video in Hybrid Learning

    22 Jul 2021 Written by David Horton, ICT and Computing Teacher, Trainer and Consultant
    David explores how the technical boundaries of the use of video in hybrid learning are being pushed, not only through curriculum delivery but also in the use of recording and live streaming.
  • The GEC Manifesto for Education in Practice: Ilse Howling and Dr Mary Ashun

    25 Jun 2021 Ilse Howling, Chairman, Education Development Trust , Dr Mary Ashun, Principal, Ghana International School
    As part of our ‘GEC Manifesto for Education in Practice’ article series, Ilse Howling and Dr Mary Ashun highlight the importance of supporting teachers to secure the future of education.
  • Globe: A Virtual Home for English Language Educators around the World

    17 Jun 2021 Written by Jennifer Law is the Globe co-founder and Senior Consultant with Transform ELT
    Globe is an online global community where teachers, trainers, curriculum developers and writers can share knowledge, skills and attitudes on English Language.
  • The GEC Manifesto for Education in Practice: Lord Jim Knight

    11 Jun 2021 Lord Jim Knight, Director of Suklaa Ltd and former UK minister for schools, digital and employment
    Bett Global Education Council member Lord Jim Knight makes the case for rethinking how adult skills are funded and delivered.
  • A Reflection on Assessment During and After Lockdown

    03 Jun 2021 By Jane Downes, Hsis Associate Adviser for Assessment
    Jane Downes explores the future of assessment taking into account learnings from lockdown.
  • The Teaching of English During a Global Pandemic

    27 May 2021 Written by Sian Collinson, The Literacy Company
    The landscape of teaching has changed greatly over the last year. In this article, Sian Collinson explores where we go from here.
  • Collaboration is the Key: An EdTech Journey

    05 Jul 2021 Written by: Joseph Fielder and Natalie Pearce, Branfil Primary School
    How the EdTech Demonstrator Programme and Joint Practice Development helped our school tackle the challenges of moving to remote learning
  • 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 ...
  • Don't let schooling interfere with your education

    26 Mar 2021 Written by Rhoda Pierpoint, Rivers CofE Academy Trust
    In this article Rhoda explains her tactics to keeping parents and carers engaged in their child’s education during challenging times.
  • Introducing TeacherSuitability: Selecting tomorrow's teachers

    12 Mar 2021 Written by Liz Maxwell and Rob Klassen, Teacher Selection
    The founders of the Teacher Selection Project explain their approach to recruitment and retention in a tumultuous time.
  • Unfettering the Curriculum: Liberating Curiosity

    19 Feb 2021 Written by Brendan Law, Director General, Misk Schools Riyadh
    Brendan Law puts forward the case for shifting the curriculum towards an approach that appraises emotional and social development alongside intellectual progress.
  • The GEC Manifesto for Education in Practice: Shared challenges, shared solutions

    18 Feb 2021 Written by Mark Sparvell, Director of Education Marketing, Microsoft
    A unity of purpose is necessary to ensure access to high quality education for all – particularly for learners in peril who lack physical safety and/or emotional wellbeing.

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