When lockdown came, few schools were prepared to switch to online learning overnight. Firefighting had its place, but now is the time for fireproofing. argues Stewart Watts, Vice President EMEA at D2L
It’s true that a revolution is happening in our attitudes to online learning. Now we need to make sure that it is sustained over the longer term, says Will Chambers of Bramble.
The new school year will pose challenges for teachers as they cope with up to six months of lost learning
LEO Academy Trust struck lucky when it decided to adopt Google's G Suite for Education as its digital education platform. This is how they did it.
Differentiation is a fabulous ‘buzz’ word, but with new technology we can differentiate in a more meaningful way to make challenging tasks fun and achievable
More children must have access to digital technology at home if the achievement gap is not to widen even more . Bobby Seagull urges people to join in the campaign
Clinical psychologist Dr Asha Patel and Childhood Trauma Expert Jane Evans have come together to create The Healing Together Facilitator Programme. Here they outline their new training course and why is it needed right now
Using some basic electronic equipment and some seeds and soil, KS1 & KS2 students can discover the optimum conditions for growing healthy plants. In this lesson plan, Jennifer Morgan will show how to build a ‘smart’ garden and allow students to take ownership over their learning.
Many people believe coding is the key to future careers, but so few young people are developing these skills. Tabi Bude shows how a new initiative, the Wonder Robot, is teaching students to code in a fun and playful way.
Creating Digital Materials can be time consuming and overwhelming, but it doesn’t need to be. Digital learning specialist Daniel Scott offers guidance on using H5P to easily create interactive activities while on a budget.