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  • College Mergers and MATs: The Challenge for Service Delivery

    27 Nov 2020 Written by Hannah Price, Service Management Consultant, TOPdesk
    Mergers and MATs allow respective members to have access to resources. But as beneficial as this is, it also provides a new challenge for your service delivery department.
  • Impact of COVID-19 on education technology in international schools

    20 Nov 2020 Written by Anne Keeling, ISC Research
    Understanding the use of technology during campus closures and its impact on international schools is the focus of a new report from ISC Research.
  • Learning Renewed: A safe way to reopen schools in the Global South

    20 Nov 2020 Written by Tony McAleavy, Education Development Trust
    In this report the Education Development Trust discusses how governments can reopen schools more safely and improve learning outcomes for vulnerable children.
  • Sharing best practice: Providing practical help and support in uncertain times

    11 Jun 2020 Written by Clare Booth, Hub4Leaders, Marketing Manager
    During lockdown, sharing best practice and high-quality resources was an essential way of overcoming challenges. TheSchoolBus explains why this is still necessary now and how to use this information t ...
  • How to give literacy a boost with music

    11 Jun 2020 Written by Dr Anne Margaret Smith, Founder, ELT well
    Many children have spent the last few months locked down after the school gates closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. In September, as students filter back into school, there will be those who have ...
  • New features in Teams and OneNote support social-emotional learning approaches

    30 Oct 2020 Written by Mark Sparvell, Director, Microsoft Education
    This year, the first day of school looked very different for the tens of millions of students returning to class. 
  • Should you go to University? Advice for students and parents

    30 Oct 2020 Written by Raya Bidshahri, Awecademy
    In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, there are an increasing number of students asking “should I go to university?” And unfortunately, for the vast majority of these young minds, their parents and t ...
  • Never mind jobs of the future there is an employment crisis for today's graduates

    22 Oct 2020 Cameron Mirza, Director, Global Careers Accelerators and Advisory Board Member for Bett MEA
    Career Services must be reimagined to become more strategic, data-informed, dynamic, and insightful to give students and parents the appropriate guidance and support needed to pivot and navigate throu ...
  • 21st Century Learning Skills and Strategies

    19 Oct 2020 Written by Lakshmi Annapurna Chintaluri, Independent Education Consultant
    Lakshmi Annapurna Chintaluri explores the strategies that can help students to be active learners, develop thinking skills and solve problems.
  • Disruptions and opportunities: Navigating hybrid education

    02 Oct 2020 Barbara Holzapfel, GM Education, Microsoft
    Barbara Holzapfel from Microsoft discusses the three phases that learning institutions are navigating to move education systems to a successful and sustainable hybrid model.
  • Ways to support your teaching in the 'new normal'

    17 Sep 2020 Matt Hood, Principal of Oak National Academy
    Oak National Academy is planning to put systems in place to support teachers and families with seamless learning at home and in school should the pandemic lead to local lockdowns during the next acade ...
  • How can you design an EdTech strategy that is the perfect fit for your institution? Our experience of 2020 confirms that peer-to-peer learning is the path to success.
  • What does 'build back better' mean in the context of educating the world's children post-Covid-19?

    04 Sep 2020 Written by: Anna Riggall, Head of Research, Education Development Trust
    A few months into global lockdown, at the peak of mass school closures in most countries, and on the brink of an economic crisis on a scale the world has possibly never seen, we have started talking a ...
  • 3 tips for helping students learn anywhere

    04 Sep 2020 Written by the Microsoft Education Team
    Preparing for an uncertain back-to-school environment can be unsettling but Microsoft Education are working to ensure that educators around the world have the tools they need to make their online or i ...
  • This whitepaper by ISC Research compares the crises weathered by the international schools market in the past with the new challenges presented by COVID-19. Whilst many international schools have plan ...
  • 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.

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