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Maintaining first-class student satisfaction in a post-COVID era

Martin Taylor, Deputy CEO at Content Guru, discusses what universities must do, in these strange times and in respect to their technology, to maintain student satisfaction.
academic year post-lockdown

What to expect from the new academic year post-lockdown

In light of schools reopening at the beginning of the month, Simon Carter, Director at RM Education, highlights what is to be expected from the new academic year post-lockdown.
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Students without predicted grades could fall further behind in exam results U-turn

Simon Barnes from TLC LIVE explores why the latest U-Turn on GCSE & A Level exam results could result in children outside of mainstream education falling even further behind as they did not receive predicted grades and will have to sit exams in autumn.
low touch economy

How to get the education sector in sync with the low touch economy

In this article, Fulcare explores the ways in which schools and other academic institutes can function with safe processes in place and work towards a low touch economy.
black students, british schools

Black Students Matter: Can British schools learn anti-racism? 

Halima Jibril, History student and Founding Editor of Ashamed Magazine, discusses Black children in the British school system and calls for education outside of traditional schooling.
Making online learning inclusive

Making online learning inclusive for all

Simon Barnes, CEO & Founder of TLC LIVE, shares his advice on how to ensure online learning remains engaging and accessible to a wide range of students.
Examination results, England, Scotland

Downgraded exam results in Scotland cause anger

Exam results released in Scotland create waves of anger after a mass downgrading of teacher-assessed grades, likely to be similar for England in late August.
adopt online learning

Universities must adopt online learning in order to survive

Jon Faulkner, Managing Director, Domain7 UK, discusses the future of higher education and the inevitable move towards online learning in order to survive.
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5 reasons why online learning is a crucial part of education

Katherine Myers, Content and Off Page SEO at AV Installations, highlights 5 reasons as to why online learning has become a crucial part of education.
black children, anger bias

APA research: Black children falsely perceived as angry in classroom

The American Psychological Association (APA) published research showing that prospective teachers are more likely to see Black children as angry than white.
edtech strategy

Creating an effective edtech strategy for when schools reopen

Graham Glass, CEO of Cypher Learning, discusses how schools can use this time as an opportunity to implement an effective edtech strategy for when they reopen.
‘I’m In’ campaign, Leeds City College

Leeds City College ‘I’m In’ campaign supports students and staff in lockdown

As part of the ‘I’m In’ campaign, Leeds City College have put in place a number of stimulating activities and resources to provide mental health support to students and staff during the COVID-19 lockdown.
chemistry research

Chemistry research: Driving discovery and development

The Division of Chemistry at the National Science Foundation, provides an update on their work in driving discovery and development concerning chemistry research that improves the quality of life in the United States.
pandemic times, online lecture

How to create and deliver an online lecture: A survival guide during pandemic times

Professor Darren Griffin, University of Kent, and Dr Julia Stephenson, Brunel University London, discuss how to create and deliver an online lecture during these pandemic times
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Universities must prioritise support for students amid the COVID-19 crisis

Rachel Gowers, Director of Staffordshire University London, shares her insights on how they have responded to the coronavirus crisis and how the higher education sector must adapt to support their students in the months to come.
digital world, digital education

Students demand digital education in the wake of COVID-19

Peter Nikoletatos, Global Industry Director – Education at TechnologyOne, shares the findings from a recent report about student attitudes to the digital world and their expectations from their university.
Investigative Science Learning Environment

Implementing the Investigative Science Learning Environment

Eugenia Etkina, Distinguished Professor of Science Education at Rutgers The State University of New Jersey, continues to share her thoughts on the Implementing Investigative Science Learning Environment (ISLE), with a focus on the first aspect of the environment and how it can be implemented with students of all ages.
online tuition

Online grooming and the rise of online tuition

Due to COVID-19, there has been an explosion of online tuition but there is a crucial need for more stringent regulatory practices in order to safeguard students and parents. David McCarthy, Director of Education at Sophia Technologies, discusses here.
global collaboration

Coronavirus school closures could lead to greater global collaboration

Matt Jenner, Head of Learning at FutureLearn, discusses how edtech can help support schools and teachers during closures and the opportunities it could bring for greater global collaboration and innovation for the education sector post-COVID-19.
COVID-19's impact on learners

COVID-19’s impact on learners: How to design an effective interim strategy

Patrick McGrath, EdTech Strategist at Texthelp, shares his thoughts on COVID-19's impact on learners and how to design an effective interim strategy.

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