The latest GESS Talks webinar focussed on the true meaning of inclusivity in education and our role of educators to achieve that.
Many businesses recognise the importance of a well-articulated ‘people strategy’ to drive the engagement and productivity of employees.
We're pleased to announce our latest webinar that will run on 19 October 2022 and discuss the importance of achieving inclusivity in education.
At the end of each day, many of us think about the tasks we didn’t get done and rather than our achievements and successes.
We're pleased to announce our latest webinar that will run on 21 September 2022 and examine the vital elements that should be considered in Early Years care.
Creating positive relationships, a supportive environment and a sense of belonging are all key.
Social-emotional learning is seen as nice, at times even urgent, but hard to find the time for. It's a dilemma, however, that shouldn’t exist.
What is self-confidence and why do we need it? Some people have it in abundance; others would love to have more.
As financial decision-making grows more complex year on year, with consumer habits and financial products rapidly changing, financial literacy has taken a blow.
Schools can be frenetic places to work, with teaching one of the top three most stressful occupations.
Positive reinforcement is a superior technique for maintaining order and establishing a conducive learning environment.
We're pleased to announce our latest webinar that will run on 14 June 2022 and discuss how the evolution of education is impacting educators' roles.
Mark Solomons, a wellbeing expert with over 12 years’ experience developing leadership and culture in schools discusses the importance of leadership wellbeing.
Education is about enhancing learning, and neuroscience is about understanding the mental processes involved in learning.
To improve staff wellbeing and create an even better climate, it’s important to understand the present situation.
'We wanted to show that she is not alone in this fight; the entire school is with her'
New OECD report outlines Dubai schools’ well-being journey and KHDA’s key initiatives.
Staff who are satisfied, feeling supported and valued give far more than those who are tired, stressed or feeling undervalued.
New research has found that people with mild cognitive impairment may not inevitably develop dementia and, in fact, having higher education and advanced languag
Home confinement and distance learning significantly increased the number of hospital visits for myopia at a university hospital in Istanbul, although no correl
The mother of a boy with autism wants to change the way parents of children with suspected special education needs or disability (SEND) are treated when their
Abu Dhabi’s education regulator has launched a new sports initiative with an aim to encourage students to be physically active and healthier, and improve their
Abu Dhabi private school pupils aged under 16 are now required to take a Covid-19 PCR test every 28 days, instead of the previous 14-day rule, parents have been
Nearly 6,000 children in care and 3,035 young adults in after-care in Ireland. Training for teachers in relation to the care system and more support for care le
The Sharjah Private Education Authority (SPEA) on Monday issued the decision, after some teachers complained about getting burnt out with all the admin work the
The recent changes in schooling and the impact of the pandemic means that there is a need for regular meditation and mindfulness in the classroom.
Many credit Cardona's consistent push for in-person learning in Connecticut as the state's education commissioner with helping propel him to the national stage.
The Ministry of Education (MoE) has urged parents in UAE to take part in the new online survey and share their opinions which will help in enhancing the quality
Localised rapid antigen testing in schools could be important for controlling outbreaks even after the initial four-week period.
Nadhim Zahawi responds to letter from chef and school leaders urging action over child obesity rise in Covid pandemic.Read the full article at: www.theguardian
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