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  • How do we prepare learners for the world of future work and learning, at a time when both spheres are experiencing unprecedented levels of uncertainty and change? At times when established patterns ar ...
  • The Staff of 2030

    07 May 2020 Barbara Holzapfel, General Manager, Microsoft Education
    To best prepare the class of 2030 we need to better understand who the staff of 2030 will be and the education environment they will shape
  • Flipping failure: 3 ways technology gets it right when learners get it wrong

    07 May 2020 Heather Abela, Learning by Questions
    Build confidence and resilience in students by employing techniques that show the progress they are making as individuals. After all, there’s no better position to travel in than the driving seat.
  • Lessons in Distance Learning

    07 May 2020 Jon Scott, Teacher and Education Technology Consultant
    The skills educators have learned in lockdown will profoundly affect future practice
  • The Long Read: Global Edtech Landscape - The Next Generation Learning Lifecycle

    01 May 2020 Rohan Roberts, Head of Future Learning, GEMS Education and Director, Dubai Science Festival
    Analysing the Next Generation Learning Lifecycle: Create, Manage, Discover, Connect, Experience, Learn, Credential, Advance.
  • Virtual Education in a Pandemic: Challenges and Opportunities

    01 May 2020 Pablo Riveros, CEO & Founder Tsunagaru Edutech
     This pandemic is changing human interactions and is an opportunity to think about what modern education should be.
  • Every school has its own challenges and is on its own, unique journey when it comes to digital strategy and change management. London CLC’s impartial guide can help.
  • Applying to U.S. and Canadian Universities during a pandemic

    01 May 2020 Written by Hale Education’s Consultant Elijah Koome
    Ways to support international students continue to prepare applications to American and Canadian universities.
  • Supporting Students' Mental Health During Lockdown

    28 Apr 2020 Written by Charlotte Levene and Joanna Watson from the YoungMinds Training and Development Team. Follow them @YoungMindsUK
    Teaching is an incredibly tough job – and now, it seems that not teaching is also very challenging!  Over the last couple of months the world has changed for all of us.  Schools have closed to the maj ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • At this difficult time of social distancing and staying at home, it’s essential that we all act to protect our mental health, as well as our physical health. This can be challenging for families that ...
  • As students and teachers are waking up to a new reality due to COVID-19, Impartus and CareerLauncher, and partners like Intel are using AWS, to quickly and securely enable remote learning solutions at ...
  • For most jobs, recruitment has undergone a technological revolution over the past couple of decades. The introduction of talent banks, online screening and applicant tracking systems means that people ...
  • With Covid-19 taking a toll on studies, here's how you can support students and keep them engaged

    27 Apr 2020 Emma Whale, Vice President - Schools, Pearson Middle East
    The global COVID-19 outbreak which erupted in late December 2019, has changed how millions around the globe are educated. Social distancing and self-isolation have translated into school and universit ...
  • By Dr Terry McAdams, Director of Technology at Branksome Hall Asia

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