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  • Bett Wellbeing Roundup

    26 Aug 2021 Written by Emily Colyer, Bett
    Bett rounds up wellbeing-focused articles from our Community Hub to help schools and institutions take on the new academic year.
  • As we commemorate World Humanitarian Day, Bett looks back to the COVID-19 Response Champion Awards that were announced in January 2021 as part of BettFest.
  • Olympic Education Values, sports, and preparing students to be better global citizens

    12 Aug 2021 Tanmoy Mookherjee, Randeep Rakwal PhD, Koyo Fukasawa PhD, University of Tsukuba
    As the 2020 Olympics come to an end, the team at Tsukuba International Academy of Sports considers what life lessons we can find in the Olympic Education Values.
  • The Bett Awards celebration of the inspiring creativity and innovation that can be found throughout technology for education. Congratulations to the winners of the Bett Awards 2021!
  • Teachers' lessons from lockdown learning

    29 Jul 2021 Written by Sarah Horrocks, London Connected Learning Centre
    Sarah Horrocks presents her insights on why remote and blended learning should continue to be a part of the education system after lockdown learning.
  • 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.
  • Connecting at the Edge

    22 Jul 2021 Written by: Simon Wilson, Aruba UK&I
    Simon Wilson explains the importance of a network infrastructure that builds in flexibility for both remote and in-person education in post-pandemic learning.
  • If you're wondering how schools can meet the new mental health education requirements that must be in place by September 2021, here’s some ideas to help.
  • Building blocks for Education 4.0

    08 Jul 2021 Dr Ann Thanaraj, Paul Durston and Dr Sam Elkington, Teesside University
    Teesside University explores how higher education institutions can ensure that their students are future-proof and will thrive in times of disruption.
  • 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
  • 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
  • Lost in the virtual world

    01 Jul 2021 Written by Piet Jansen, Yes We Can Youth Clinics Team
    Piet Jansen delves into the modern phenomenon of teenagers and young adults getting lost into the virtual world.
  • 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.
  • Now that schools are building a long-term blended learning strategy, it is essential to consider not just what devices are used but also what digital pedagogies are in place to drive learning outcomes ...
  • 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.
  • Gain a deeper understanding with Emily Konstantas, Founder of the Safeguarding Alliance of the wider context of peer-on-peer abuse so that your institution can develop a more joined-up approach to ens ...

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