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Is Blended Learning Here to Stay?
In 2021, schools alternated between in-person and online learning, blended or hybrid classrooms, or a mix of the various teaching modalities.
You’ve Identified the Gaps, What Do You Do Now?
When talking about learning gaps, it’s important to understand how they form.
How to incorporate mindfulness into a time-squeezed school day
With the school day feeling so full, teachers and schools are wondering how they can facilitate a meaningful wellness experience for their students.
How to improve staff wellbeing and achieve the best for your school and pupils
How can we improve staff wellbeing to achieve the best for schools and pupils? Here are eight top tips created in association with three school leaders.
Special Education Needs – 4 things We Can Do Differently In 2022
Let us keep sincere our sensitivity to students' diversity and our motivation high, to provide meaningful opportunities for SEN students in the new year.
The Future of Learning
Thriving in uncertain times should mean sticking to what works and building on a future where learning remains at the forefront.
There is No Inclusion Without Authenticity
What does it mean to be your “authentic self” and how important is it to find and celebrate that in places where true inclusion is not always welcomed?
Celebrating Small Successes and Watch Your Learners Grow
Celebrating success is a great way to boost motivation, confidence and class morale.
Why Educate Children on Crypto Currency?
Crypto is an emerging topic that can be difficult to understand, but it also has the power to change the world.
Enhancing Learning With a Sense of Wonder
Educators need to create space in classrooms and days to captivate and create a sense of wonder within students as it leads to a desire for deeper learning.
Case Study: Walk the Talk - Adding A to STEM
A case study by Dr. Nira Krumholtz, Head of ‘Idea Center’ Israel about ‘AI’ and ‘Machine Learning’ - Humanoid Robotics Performance.
Advancing your school’s digital strategy
Due to the recent circumstances, there’s now a need to consider what kinds of edtech will work best both inside and outside of the classroom.