What are the 7 most common leadership styles and how can you find your own?
What does “Innovation” actually mean? It’s one of those ethereal questions that persist in the education sector.
A discussion between four very different world class practitioner-experts on how inclusion can work.
Using augmented and virtual reality during a global health crisis brought profound challenges and creative opportunities.
These are unprecedented times but how do we help our students?
Gavin McCormack will explore how the revolution in education starts from putting independence at the forefront of every learning outcome.
“You can’t successfully design education spaces unless you fully understand the learning and teaching practices they need to support”.
Since wellbeing has many facets, improving students’ wellbeing in schools requires a whole-school approach, involving both teachers and parents.
One might say that ideally, the role of education should be to skill up children to flourish in later life.
With so many learning theories, strategies, methodologies in the educational literature that currently exit, our educational system still suffer from student
We used to think that only a proportion of students could be cognitively successful - but now we know better.
This presentation will introduce the School Leader Inventory (SLi) and explain how this new research-based framework identifies core behaviours for school le
In this session, award-winning educator Steve Bambury will explore the ever-important role of technology in modern education.
The pandemic has left us with headlines such as 'lost learning', 'a generation left behind' and 'closing the knowledge gap', but what does closing the gap ac
Courteney Donaldson MRICS, Managing Director - Child Centric Sectors, Christie & Co
Dr. Helen Wright, International Education Advisor - Executive Leadership Coach Alex McGrath, Founder - Castlegate Education
When children learn to read books there is more to experiencing a story or text than just looking at the words. Explore strategies to support our young readers.
Ever wondered what emotional intelligence looks like in everyday life? Here are 13 examples.
The two day virtual conference, running from 23 - 24 March 2021, is free to attend and exclusively for leaders in education.
In addition to improving literacy skills and overall academic performance, reading has far greater benefits as measured by a USA study.
Leading educational toy brand, Edx Education is delighted to announce a campaign partnership with the UK's no.1 children's author Annabel Karmel.
The expert speakers, coming from Denmark, Finland, Romania, UAE, UK and USA, will share global educational perspectives at the summit (23 - 24 March 2021).
Four principals of digital literacy with strategies and resources a parent, teacher or principal can use to proactively boost student development.
Attending is free for members of GESS Leaders in Education while a nominal fee of USD $95 will apply for other applicants who are not.
The speakers, coming from Italy, Kenya, Nigeria, UAE and UK will share best practices in live panel discussions on the 23rd and 24th of March.
The eight new confirmed education experts will partake in live panel discussions on the 23rd and 24th of March at the must-attend leadership summit.
Is online education the right answer for us as human beings?
Four world-renowned keynote speakers will deliver live sessions on the 23rd and 24th of March to engage and inspire you.
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