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  • 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.
  • 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 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 ...
  • How am I doing with managing my team remotely? Reflection questions for managers

    06 Dec 2020 Joanne Miles, Coach, Consultant and Trainer in the UK Further Education sector
    Joanne Miles shares some questions for managers to think about or discuss, to support that reflective process during remote learning.
  • An Update from the Bett UK Advisory Board

    05 Jun 2020 Elle Monaghan, Content Producer for Bett
    We caught up with our UK Advisory Board to discuss the latest trends, challenges and innovations in education.
  • Stories to tell ' 12 tips to make storytelling an adventure again

    05 Jun 2020 Zsuzsanna Papp, psychologist and mother of three, for the BOOKR Class blog @BOOKR_Kids
    The lockdown has brought an unforeseen challenge - how to entertain children when leaving the house is not an option. Here are 12 tips to engage kids simply by varying how we tell stories.
  • 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 ...
  • Spotlight on Estonia

    28 May 2020 Kristel Mositus, Estonia Government (Education)
    Take a look at how Estonia are coping in the current climate and how they are making their education stand out
  • Best Practice for Long Distance Reading Instruction

    28 May 2020 Miguel Melendez and Brian Knuth from Scholastic
    As personal interaction with students is curtailed, it is critical that educators enact strategies that compensate for the interactivity of the classroom
  • Team Teacherly share their thoughts on the future models of education post COVID-19.
  • Strong demand for devices in Q1 has created concerns around inventory and replenishment globally
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Flipping failure: 3 ways technology gets it right when learners get it wrong

    07 May 2020 Heather Abela, Learning by Questions
    Build confidence and resilience in students by employing techniques that show the progress they are making as individuals. After all, there’s no better position to travel in than the driving seat.
  • The Long Read: Global Edtech Landscape - The Next Generation Learning Lifecycle

    01 May 2020 Rohan Roberts, Head of Future Learning, GEMS Education and Director, Dubai Science Festival
    Analysing the Next Generation Learning Lifecycle: Create, Manage, Discover, Connect, Experience, Learn, Credential, Advance.

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