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  • Themes
    • Inclusion
  • To ensure inclusion in the digital economy and the workplace of the future all students should be taught to be fluent in digital. 
  • ISC Research have released a new report on inclusion in international schools.
  • This week we are looking at SEND and Neurodiversity, specifically;  Personal stories and frustrations  Hopes for change across policy, technology, and education  And, resources and tools for all liste ...
  • How the University of D.C. is working to close the digital divide

    27 Nov 2020 Written by Microsoft Education Team
    The digital divide has been a defining challenge of the COVID-19 crisis. In this article Microsoft explores how one instruction has made waves in its approach to equity.
  • 3 tips for helping students learn anywhere

    04 Sep 2020 Written by the Microsoft Education Team
    Preparing for an uncertain back-to-school environment can be unsettling but Microsoft Education are working to ensure that educators around the world have the tools they need to make their online or i ...
  • What does 'build back better' mean in the context of educating the world's children post-Covid-19?

    04 Sep 2020 Written by: Anna Riggall, Head of Research, Education Development Trust
    A few months into global lockdown, at the peak of mass school closures in most countries, and on the brink of an economic crisis on a scale the world has possibly never seen, we have started talking a ...
  • Rewatch Bett, Lenovo and a selection of key Asia-specific educators lead an exclusive discussion on the challenges created by COVID-19 and how they can be overcome with proactive and effective learnin ...
  • Embark Federation is an Education Charitable Trust that was set up on 1st January to serve 7 schools and around 2000 pupils across Derbyshire.
  • Reimagining Special Education in the Classroom & Online

    19 Jun 2020 Karissa Hultgren and Philip Bowman for the Mario Framework
    Educators today are expected to constantly evolve. This is even more apparent in a time when we are asked to undertake the enormous (sometimes overwhelming) task of moving all of the learning from the ...
  • The English language is tough and continually evolving, with about 1,000 new words coming into use every year. It is also one of the most widely spoken languages in the world, which inevitably makes i ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Unconscious bias in teaching

    07 Mar 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 ...
  • In the first episode, we are looking at Inclusion and Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).  We look at those working across teaching, learning and research supporting those with special ...

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