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  • Delivering data for a COVID-19 safe campus for the University of Cambridge

    19 Apr 2021 Written by Farhad Ghoreishi, Aruba Marketing, EMEA
    As vaccination programmes roll out across the world and the collective anticipation of a sense of normalcy returns, thousands of students will be looking forward to returning to their respective campu ...
  • 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 ...
  • In this session, expert Mark Sparvell (Microsoft) shares WHAT Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) is and WHY it is now fundamental and not ornamental, by addressing and introducing 7 amazing educators wit ...
  • Excel Good, Tik-Tok Bad: Is All Screen Time Created Equal?

    01 Apr 2021 Written by John Jones, The RGS Worcester Family of Schools
    In this article John Jones dives into the positives and negatives of screen time, and how we can all better manage our interactions with technology.
  • This episode is all about learner wellbeing, and we are covering how to define and measure wellbeing in the context of developing and using impactful edtech to support learner wellbeing and, therefore ...
  • International schools impacted by staff and student wellbeing during COVID-19

    26 Mar 2021 Written by Anne Keeling, ISC Research
    ISC Research, which tracks the world’s international schools, has released a new report of research into how the wellbeing of students and staff at international schools has been affected by COVID-19.
  • 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.
  • Leading schools remotely: the principles of successful virtual meetings

    26 Mar 2021 Written by Dr Terry McAdams, Branksome Hall Asia
    Dr Terry McAdams explains how you can create high-quality virtual meetings in order to innovate quickly, adapt to rapid changes, and solve problems more effectively.
  • Connectivity is the backbone to ensuring equality of access to education

    19 Mar 2021 Written by Sir Tim Berners-Lee and Co-founder Rosemary Leith, World Wide Web Foundation
    Who better to illustrate point four of the Global Education Council Manifesto for Education than Web inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee and Web Foundation Co-founder Rosemary Leith.
  • An unsuspecting catalyst for much needed change

    19 Mar 2021 Written by Michelle Thomas, Director of Education, SRS
    Michelle Thomas from SRS explores how her school ensured that digital technology is a central consideration in all areas of curriculum and assessment delivery.
  • Compassionate Systems Framework: Supporting community wellbeing at Dulwich College (Singapore)

    19 Mar 2021 Written by Jacob Martin, Dulwich College (Singapore)
    In this article Dulwich College (Singapore) explain how their focus on community wellbeing won them the ISC Research Ethical Values Education Award 2020.
  • From physical to virtual learning: The new test of quality for universities

    16 Mar 2021 By Simon Wilson, CTO, UK and Ireland, Aruba
    Going to university has for the most part been looked at as an exciting new adventure. Yet like so many things it has become a point of anxiety for many due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Whereas before s ...
  • During the COVID-19 lockdown, Bryanston School had to start the new term with no students! 
  • 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.
  • The acceleration of hybrid learning for higher-ed students and faculty

    12 Mar 2021 Written by Barbara Holzapfel, Microsoft Education
    As higher education leaders work with instructional designers and professors to reimagine courses and fine-tune pedagogy, students and faculty agree that the pandemic has transformed education

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