Unconscious bias in international schools, what’s trending in international edtech and inclusion, teaching the 2020 WEF skills, role modeling for student aspiration
Gwen Byrom thinks we all need to take a hard look at the cultural climate in which international learning is taking place.
Diane Glass of ISC Research looks at two important 2020 studies about edtech and inclusion trends in schools.
Kevin Bartlett explains why he founded the Common Ground Collaborative with other like-minded educators.
Ger Graus looks at the role models we all look up to and asks how ‘heroes and she-roes’ affect the aspirations of young people.
Nicky Cook of the Worldwide Veterenary Service looks at a new animal welfare project and invites schools to get involved.
Jackie Beere reviews the ‘must-have’ skills as defined by the World Economic Forum in 2020 and how we can teach them.
Whether you are a teacher or a parent, wanting to protect your children is natural. But there are limits, says Nicola Pearson.
When living in Nepal, Fionna Heiton and partner Durga Aran could not ignore the challenges faced by local schools.
Derek Devine thinks that distance learning can be personalised without adding to the pressure that teachers are already under.
2020 has been a turbulent year, Stephen M. Whiteford thinks it will force us to face some difficult truths.
Stephen Cox reflects on the state of world education, using Covid-19 as a metaphor for outdated systems that need changing.