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
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
Dr Sara de Freitas, executive director of education at Wey Education, providers of InterHigh, the online school, shares her advice on retaining and refining the advantages we have all experienced from online, blended learning during Covid-19.
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
Rachel Dunsmore started out as an engineer but retrained as a maths teacher after having four children. Now she has created Arc Maths, a new maths app that stands out from the crowd.
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
There are concerns that children's reading skills will be one of the casualties of lockdown but Sal McKeown suggests that children could take a different form of fiction to their heart
Reports are showing show that some children have received virtually full time education while other children have had little or no tuition in Lockdown. Sal McKeown collates the information on the differential access to education, at home and at school, and shows how this is becoming the basis for legal action.