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  • Lost in the virtual world

    01 Jul 2021 Written by Piet Jansen, Yes We Can Youth Clinics Team
    Piet Jansen delves into the modern phenomenon of teenagers and young adults getting lost into the virtual world.
  • An international review of plans and actions for school reopening

    18 Dec 2020 Rachael Fitzpatrick, Astrid Korin, and Anna Riggall, Education Development Trust
    The Education Development Trust have released an international review of the plans and actions schools put in place for reopening.
  • How should schools be making the best use of their data?

    18 Dec 2020 Richard Selfridge, Databusting for Schools
    Richard Selfridge asks how schools can take a more strategic approach to data.
  • How can digital communities support the development of whole school positive mental health?

    12 Nov 2020 Written by Liz Robson-Kelly, Managing Director Worth-it Positive Education CIC
    Liz breaks down how digital communities can support a whole school system for positive mental health.
  • 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?
  • 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.
  • Cultivating 21st Century resilience and mindfulness

    27 Nov 2020 Written by Emma Carbery, Mindfulness Dubai
    Emma regularly delivers resilience, EQ and mindfulness programmes. In this article, she explains why her first question is always:  How does it feel to work and live in the 21st Century?
  • How the University of D.C. is working to close the digital divide

    27 Nov 2020 Written by Microsoft Education Team
    The digital divide has been a defining challenge of the COVID-19 crisis. In this article Microsoft explores how one instruction has made waves in its approach to equity.
  • 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.
  • Why a whole school approach to wellbeing and mental health is key

    20 Nov 2020 Written by Jose Negrin, West Lea School
    Jose Negrin from West Lea special school breaks down the importance of a whole school approach to wellbeing and mental health.
  • Spotlight on Invest Northern Ireland: Opportunities within the MEA EdTech market

    13 Nov 2020 Written by Emily Colyer, Content Producer, Bett
    The Bett MEA team brought together Invest Northern Ireland, Brighton College International Schools (Dubai), the Northern Ireland EdTech Collaborative Network to explore the MEA EdTech market.
  • Somerset pupil wellbeing and technology during lockdown

    13 Nov 2020 Somerset Support Services for Education
    Somerset Support Services for Education have released a new report on the role of technology in supporting children’s wellbeing during lockdown.
  • 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 ...

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