Is EdTech on pause? Where are we with EdTech? Forging ahead? On pause? Or even moving backwards? Al Kingsley and Matt Harris EdD share contrasting views with Andy Homden in this edition of the ITM Podcast.
A global mission with International School roots Matt Harris Ed.D. reports how a significant gap in safeguarding training for schools is being filled by an innovative group of international educators.
Widening the base of safeguarding training in international schools Matt Harris Ed.D., Mike Pelletier and Angelica Nierras talk to ITM’s Andy Homden about providing effective safeguarding training for all members of an international school’s community.
Extending our Duty of Care Although new technology in schools has undoubtedly enhanced teaching and learning, Matt Harris thinks we tend to neglect our duty of care when it comes to all things digital. The answer? Digital Citizenship integratration across the whole school.
The fuel that feeds the flame Educational technology is central to the construction of a modern program of learning, argues Matt Harris. To be properly implemented and sustained over time it must have the committed support of a transformational leadership team.
New thinking for an old problem? Andy Homden and Simon Harris look at ideas for teacher information packs that will help a school stand apart in the age of digital recruitment.
When architect John Diffenderfer asked Anna Harrison what would be the ‘sticky’ changes in education after Covid, five clear answers emerged from a wide-ranging series of interviews.
Whole class feedback Elen Harris looks at how Sevenoaks School has developed a model for giving high-impact feedback to students, while saving teachers time.
Picking up the baton It’s been a long time since Ken Robinson’s famous TED talk in 2006. Andy Homden asks whether the baton of the learning revolution has been picked up by a new champion who is already putting ideas into practice on a large scale.