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How do we define success in schooling? Makoto Yururi, associate professor at Showa Women’s University re-examines this difficult question.
Dr Gabriela Whitehead, Head of Digital Transformation and Process Management at GISMA Business School describes the next milestone in our career plan.
Bev Hurley CBE, Chair of the Institute of Economic Development, calls for "a sharp and clear focus" in the Shared Prosperity Fund to reduce inequality.
Scientists found that remote learning students sleep patterns have changed, with most sleeping 30 minutes later than normal.
The Government proposal to cut 50% of funding to specific arts universities is part of the "build back better" plan, according to a Department for Education spokesman.
The COVID pandemic compelled students to migrate to screens, leaving teachers to get creative to protect their educational progress - which now means teaching science via Zoom.
At the Department of Environmental Science, we apply an integrated, quantitative and interdisciplinary focus to the study of natural and human systems.
Nadav Avni, Marketing Director at Radix Technologies, discusses the advantages of implementing device management solutions technology into education and the role that it plays on a day-to-day level through remote classrooms, hybrid learning, and in-person teaching.
Michael Cade, Senior Global Technologist, Veeam, discusses how technologies like the Raspberry Pi are sparking a digital learning revolution.
Justine Goode, Year 4 teacher and PE lead at Beaudesert Lower School, explores how combining learning with movement can restore children’s mental and physical wellbeing after lockdown.
International child protection groups are speaking out about leaked plans for Facebook to create an "Instagram for children" - a separate version of the app, which would target children under the age of 13.
The time has come for online education providers to become accredited by the British Government, says David McCarthy, Director of Education at Sophia Technologies.
The Department of Global & Sociocultural Studies provides a unique opportunity to study a range of topics that affect us worldwide.
Archaeologists say that the role of racism in "history-making" is still present and that removing statues does not risk erasing history.
New data from the REACT study finds that the prevalence of COVID is down by 60% in one month, but primary school children have the highest COVID infection levels.
Dr Paul Armstrong, The Manchester Institute for Education, University of Manchester, looks at the long-term outlook for the UK education system as we transition out of lockdown, specifically around addressing inequalities that have been exposed during the pandemic.
Open Access Government discusses the importance of funding visionaries, explorers and innovators who are searching for scientific and technical breakthroughs in Canada.
The Division of Toxicology and Health Science at Sanyo-Onoda City University aims to extend human life through understanding of hazardous materials.
There is little mainstream awareness of the condition that impacts one in ten women - currently, 30% of people with Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) rely on online forums for information.
Sherry A. Southerland and Jennifer Schellinger tell us what we need to know about Learning Through Collaborative Design-Professional Development (LCD PD) in this special science education focus.