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  • As the world changes, why isn't assessment keeping up?

    26 Feb 2021 Written by Stefanie Leong, Asia-Pacific International Baccalaureate Organization
    Innovation continues to dominate education technology in almost every area except one. Why are examinations and assessments being left out of the ongoing progress of change?
  • How Staff Wellbeing is the key to a Successful School

    26 Feb 2021 Written by Kerry Hill, Eyres Monsell Primary School
     In this article we hear from Kerry Hill, who has embedded mental health and wellbeing as a golden thread throughout her school.
  • Gain an understanding of how Computing at School supports primary teachers along with how the materials from Barefoot Computing support teachers with teaching computing through unplugged methods with ...
  • This episode is all about leadership and is a timely reflection on how we communicate a shared vision during radically changing times. We discuss how leadership is all about people and how you don’t h ...
  • Putting the 'we' back into wellbeing

    19 Feb 2021 Written by Dr. Sadie Hollins, Lanna International School
    Dr. Sadie Hollins joins us on the hub to explore how we can use 'the power of the group' to help students navigate uncertainty.
  • Unfettering the Curriculum: Liberating Curiosity

    19 Feb 2021 Written by Brendan Law, Director General, Misk Schools Riyadh
    Brendan Law puts forward the case for shifting the curriculum towards an approach that appraises emotional and social development alongside intellectual progress.
  • The GEC Manifesto for Education in Practice: Shared challenges, shared solutions

    18 Feb 2021 Written by Mark Sparvell, Director of Education Marketing, Microsoft
    A unity of purpose is necessary to ensure access to high quality education for all – particularly for learners in peril who lack physical safety and/or emotional wellbeing.
  • Online Teaching in the Time of Coronavirus

    11 Feb 2021 Written by Emma Pass, Google Innovator and Author of The Hybrid Teacher
    Emma Pass reviews her school’s approach to online teaching during the COVID-19 crisis.
  • The ultimate guide to creating a school marketing plan: 10 key considerations

    11 Feb 2021 Written by Sally Alexander, Ambleglow
    Sally breaks down the 10 key considerations you should keep in mind when creating an effective school marketing plan.
  • Revisiting BettFest: Bruce Daisley on resilience and productivity at work

    11 Feb 2021 Written by Elle Monaghan, Bett Portfolio
    In this article we revisit Bruce’s presentation at BettFest to explore how we can unlock our imagination and build resilience in our communities.
  • The GEC Manifesto for Education in Practice: Prof Dr Ger Graus OBE

    04 Feb 2021 Written by Prof Dr Ger Graus OBE
    As part of our ‘GEC Manifesto for Education in Practice’ article series, Prof Dr Ger Graus OBE explores the manifesto point: Global radical transformation in education is possible and it starts with t ...
  • Dealing with something completely different: How further and higher education leaders responded to the unexpected

    29 Jan 2021 Written by Peter Wolstencroft, Leanne de Main and Paul Cashian
    How did the further and higher education sector react to the pandemic and what lessons have we have learned from 2020?
  • Four top tips for teacher wellbeing in 2021

    29 Jan 2021 Written by Jon Smedley, Teach Active
    Jon Smedley breaks down how teachers can look after their own well-being in 2021 with tips from some of key education influencers.
  • With many of us experiencing the fall-out of poorly designed reactive online learning, this episode provides hope that the next generation of EdTech (and its pedagogical deployment) will be all about ...
  • As the coronavirus pandemic continues, it’s causing uncertainties for everyone. You and your staff are facing unprecedented disruption and working hard to keep your school open and Covid-secure and de ...
  • 4 wellbeing tips for communicating with remote staff

    26 Jan 2021 By Jo Steer, Tes columnist and school wellbeing consultant
    With many staff again in isolation, school leaders need to make sure their communications don’t create unnecessary stress. Columnist Jo Steer explains how

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