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  • Microsoft Education interviews district leaders from Duval County Public School to discover the lessons learned over the past few months and explore what lies ahead.
  • What we’re hearing very clearly from teachers are concerns around the challenge of planning for different bubbles – children in school, children in school and at home, and a likely proportion of child ...
  • The rise of AI and robots ' how do we start learning?

    05 Jun 2020 Jerry Tan, Managing Director, Lattel Robotics
    Robot pickers in a warehouse in the United States, UV disinfecting robots in Singapore malls – the unprecedented Covid-19 crisis has seen the increasing dominance of artificial intelligence (AI) and r ...
  • A view from the bridge: How Thailand's lockdown is part of a wider education vision

    28 May 2020 Anucha Burapachaisri, Thai Ministry of Education
    Bett interviewed the Thai Ministry for Education to understand their next steps for online and in-school learning
  • Team Teacherly share their thoughts on the future models of education post COVID-19.
  • The steep learning curve of remote learning

    20 May 2020 Vikki Hawkins, Primary Computing and Ed Tech Leader, UAE
    Lessons from the first weeks of remote learning from a school in the UAE.
  • How can we use AI ethically in education?

    15 May 2020 Mark S. Steed, Principal and CEO of Kellett School, the British School in Hong Kong @independenthead
    Four risks that we need to consider
  • 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 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
  • 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.
  • 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 ...
  • 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
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Strategies for Teaching Online

    24 Mar 2020 Neelam Parmar, Director of E-Learning, Ashford School
    With the Covid-19 crisis shifting work patterns to online delivery, the same may become true for schooling. In the event that there will be an immediate switch from school, face to face learning to an ...
  • Technology will offer incredible opportunities to maintain meaningful relationships with students over the coming months. Students will need teachers more than ever and schools require effective ways ...

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