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Classroom observations through a new lens: Supported not scrutinised
Classroom observations often rank high on the list of teacher stresses, contributing to the declining rate of teachers in schools. How could schools adjust this to retain staff?
Increased stress is worsening teacher shortages in the US
Teacher shortages are worsening in the United States, largely due to stress and burnt-out. How can schools change this stressful culture?
Can ChatGPT and other generative AI ease the workload burden on teachers?
Teacher workloads have dominated headlines since the start of the year, as widespread strikes have taken over the UK’s education system - could ChatGPT help?
Edtech at the forefront of PM’s education reforms
New Prime Minister Rishi Sunak set out his education reforms recently, pledging to improve professional development for teachers and expand the use of AI in classrooms.
It’s time to reconsider professional development training in schools
Matt Tiplin, vice president of ONVU Learning, and former OFSTED inspector and senior MAT leader, believes it’s time to reconsider professional development training in schools.
How can we deliver school improvement on a budget?
VP of ONVU Learning and former MAT senior leader and Ofsted inspector, Matt Tiplin explores ways schools can deliver school improvement on a budget.
What does “school readiness” mean and who is responsible for supporting it?
A new YouGov survey suggests a difference of opinion between teachers and parents on what is known as “school readiness”.
A new teaching approach to reinvent tomorrow’s careers
Carl Morris, Principal of Carfax College and Co-Founder of The Online School, discusses why a new teaching approach is needed in the classroom if we're to unlock students' talents and passions from an early age.
Could edtech be the shared language for EAL pupils in the classroom?
Helen Abell, Principal, reflects on how edtech solutions have helped teachers who support EAL pupils in their progress.
What are the teaching recruitment issues in the UK?
Kevin Courtney, Joint General Secretary, National Education Union, provides a special focus on teaching recruitment issues in the UK.
Science education reform in the U.S.
Sierra Morandi, Jennifer Schellinger and Sherry A. Southerland from Florida State University, shed light on science education reform efforts in the U.S.
Can university leaders deliver what students want from future education?
Research looks at what university leaders can do to improve higher education for students to make them stay in education.
Study: Boosting childhood literacy skills through Naptime
According to new research, early literacy skills in children aged between four and five can be boosted by daytime naps
NORCHILD: Unique early childhood education & care
Elin Eriksen Ødegaard, Director & Professor in Early Childhood Pedagogy from Western Norway University of Applied Sciences, lifts the lid on NORCHILD, a unique research school for early childhood education & care.
85% of teachers in the Global South provided extra care for girls in education
Many teachers took on ‘humanitarian roles’ during COVID-19 school closures, aiming to improve girls’ education - as well as providing healthcare and safeguarding.
Students retain information even when watching lectures at double-speed
Students can still retain information when watching their lectures at up to twice the speed, as recorded lectures have expanded during the pandemic.
‘Guided’ play better for teaching children than direct instruction
Researchers find that play-based ‘guided’ learning through educational activities could be more beneficial for children’s development and skills.
Education: Pedagogy of teaching
Rageena Tahir, Head of Education at Fennies Nurseries, tells us what she has learned and what we need to know about the pedagogy of teaching.
Elevating the HE digital experience through student-centred design
Mark Picken, Managing Director of Content Design London, discusses how student-centred design can enhance universities digital offerings.
Mind the attainment gaps: What should “good” assessment look like?
Peter Collison, Head of Formative Assessment and School Platforms at RM, discusses what the education sector, and particularly the way in which the assess UK pupils, can do to eliminate attainment gaps in the UK.