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  • The Long Read: Where Does Higher Education Go from Here?

    06 Dec 2020 Dr. Senthil Nathan, Managing Director and co-founder, Edu Alliance Ltd @EduAllianceNews
    A summary of perspectives from higher education leaders in the MEA region on the, topics include e-learning, enrolment changes, jobs for new graduates, new programs and majors, international students ...
  • External and Internal Pressure to 'Max Out' Lockdown Time

    10 Jun 2020 Ross McWilliam, MHFA National Trainer @RossMcWilliamUK
    How Ross McWilliam is using lockdown time as an opportunity to develop and grow personally and professionally.
  • Reimagining Special Education in the Classroom & Online

    19 Jun 2020 Karissa Hultgren and Philip Bowman for the Mario Framework
    Educators today are expected to constantly evolve. This is even more apparent in a time when we are asked to undertake the enormous (sometimes overwhelming) task of moving all of the learning from the ...
  • The English language is tough and continually evolving, with about 1,000 new words coming into use every year. It is also one of the most widely spoken languages in the world, which inevitably makes i ...
  • The Long Read: Education Pandemic

    19 Jun 2020 Stephen Cox, Chief Education Officer, New Nordic School
    In response to the learning curve presented by 2020, Stephen Cox applies his own experience within the healthcare industry to the education sector in order to make sense of the future.
  • Identifying stressors

    17 Jun 2020 Kerry Hill, Eyres Monsell Primary School
    In a study based on the work of Albrecht, Kerry Hill from Eyres Monsell Primary School takes us through how we can identify and combat daily stressors.
  • Embark Federation is an Education Charitable Trust that was set up on 1st January to serve 7 schools and around 2000 pupils across Derbyshire.
  • Over the past several months, how we teach and how we learn has been flipped upside down. With this transition, it has become clear that it’s more important than ever to help educators find ways to co ...
  • 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 ...
  • Social distancing must not mean social isolation. Suzanne Murray explains how schools must work to ensure that school remains a safe space as they reopen, despite the necessary operational changes.
  • Unconscious bias in teaching

    07 Mar 2020 Penny Rabiger on behalf of the BAMEed Network
    The BAMEed Network have witnessed a surge of interest from schools, multi academy trusts and individual teachers seeking to tackle racism. In order to show us how to start the conversation, Penny Rabi ...
  • How To Get The Best From Online Teaching: 12 Practical Tips For Teachers

    07 Mar 2020 Sophie Bessemer, Third Space Learning
    As so many teachers have discovered in recent times, online teaching is not as simple as uploading your whiteboard slides to Google slides and sharing screen.
  • Future proofing the younger generation for the world of work

    03 Jul 2020 Cat Agostinho, COO and Co-Founder, IMAGEN
    No matter what stage your young people get to at 16, whether they plan to leave school straight after year 11, attend college or university, it’s a challenge to break into the world of work. It is the ...
  • Promoting wellbeing in a time of crisis

    07 Feb 2020 Sarah Griffiths, Caterham School
    In three short months educators here and around the world have adapted massively to protect our children when in school and continued to educate them in the confines of their homes in lockdown. Sarah ...
  • Reimagining education: From remote to hybrid learning

    07 Oct 2020 Michael Fullan and Joanne Quinn, Global Directors at New Pedagogies for Deep Learning
    Every child needs and deserves a great education. To help ensure the well-being and academic success of all students, we must reimagine curricula, teaching and assessment practices, the role of teache ...
  • Pointers and pitfalls in managing teams of educators remotely

    07 Oct 2020 Joanne Miles, Coach, Consultant and Trainer in the UK Further Education sector
    The coronavirus pandemic has been a uniquely challenging situation for education managers the world over. In all contexts, managers have been grappling with the rapid, unplanned transition to teaching ...

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