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  • By Dr Terry McAdams, Director of Technology at Branksome Hall Asia
  • While distance learning provides a wealth of opportunities for many to continue learning, there is no denying the disadvantages that come for students who don’t have access to suitable technology.
  • Emergency response to this pandemic is not the future of online education

    16 Apr 2020 Dr Sonia Ben Jaafar, CEO, Abdulla Al Ghurair Foundation for Education
    Online learning requires investments that go beyond the education tools and platforms that can be quickly purchased from EdTech vendors, writes Dr Sonia Ben Jaafar
  • Top tips for parents and carers

    15 Apr 2020 Dave Green, Chairman of The Society of Education Consultants, Senior Leader in Education and Affiliated Partner for PAGS® 
    If you are home-schooling a child with a developmental delay, or have had your EHCP process halted, this article may help.
  • At Bett in January 2020 the Global Education Council came together on stage for the first time, sharing their vision and manifesto for the future of education. In this article we highlight their key m ...
  • Your School Online ' Key considerations for school leadership

    14 Apr 2020 David Whyley, EdTech leader
    For everyone in leadership positions in the school sector, the current pandemic has posed significant challenges.  
  • With thanks to: Carol Allen, Education Advisor for ICT and Inclusion, Hartlepool LA @caroljallen John Galloway, Advisory Teacher for ICT, SEN and Inclusion, Tower Hamlets @johngalloway
  • Making Distance Learning Work; learning from schools in China

    14 Apr 2020 Anthony Coxon, co-founder and director of GCSE Pod
    Anthony Coxon, co-founder and director of GCSEPod, discusses the importance of using online learning resources to allow students and teachers to work remotely.
  • The Long Read: Your School Online – Key considerations for school leadership @davewhy
  • Top 10 Tips for School Safeguarding for Remote Learnings

    14 Apr 2020 Emily Konstantas, The Safeguarding Alliance
    It is paramount that children are protected during this pandemic. Not everyone during this crisis will have good intentions and some will see this as an opportunity to exploit those most vulnerable. E ...
  • How the Pandemic Might Hack Higher Education

    14 Apr 2020 Cameron Mirza, MENA Director, Nottingham Trent University, UAE
    The global outbreak of Covid 19 has seen unprecedented measures taken by nations to protect human life, to keep economies afloat and to ensure that education systems are still able to function and stu ...
  • In unprecedented times we are becoming increasingly reliant on technology to keep us connected with work, learning and our loved ones. In this first episode, we discuss what tools and pedagogies our g ...
  • Taking back the reigns: How to re-engage parents post-lockdown

    12 Apr 2020 Written by Andrew Sharp, Headteacher of Pear Tree Junior School
    Children across the UK have been at home with their parents for almost half of 2020.  How can schools re-engage parents post lockdown?
  • The events of the past year have put the wellbeing of students and staff into sharp focus, and rightly so. When international schools closed their doors this year, although teaching continued, the day ...
  • Contingency Planning: Our strategic self-review for remote and hybrid learning

    12 Apr 2020 Written by Elle Monaghan, Content Producer, Bett
    Despite the desire to return to the classroom, all schools need to develop a robust contingency plan should closure be required again in the future.
  • As more classrooms take on a digital space or go fully virtual, a variety of approaches in presenting media—especially video—can help keep the classroom feeling fresh, interactive, and dynamic. Bree F ...

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