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EU STEM coalition – International Covid-19 responses

EU STEM coalition - International Covid-19 responses

The COVID-19 measures are having a huge impact on education systems throughout Europe. This ongoing series of articles from the EU STEM Coalition focuses on how STEM platforms are redesigning their programmes to ensure continuous and high quality STEM learning experiences for all. The EU STEM Coalition is an EU-wide...
EU STEM coalition – International Covid-19 responses
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Blending the literacies – digital, critical, news literacies and online safety

Alongside the many benefits experienced in recent times, the online world continues to present a bewildering array of challenges to schools, families and individuals. While technology, tools and platforms may change, fundamental human rights – which include children’s rights – should not. It’s great news and a welcome positive development...
Blending the literacies – digital, critical, news literacies and online safety
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The return to school, March 2020

With the return to school imminent at the time of this blog post we consider how teachers can use and build on their experience of the last 10 weeks of remote and blended learning. Children and families across the country looked to Monday 8 March with a sense of anticipation,...
The return to school, March 2020
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Online safety in a remote or blended education context

Following on from the February online safety conference blog post and Safer Internet Day 2021, here’s a quick consideration of some of the themes of our recent conference (which covered digital literacy and critical thinking, as well as safeguarding and online safety) through the lens of the six principles (shown...
Online safety in a remote or blended education context
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Belonging

One of the most difficult, yet most important features of a remote or Blended school environment is the sense of belonging that pupils can share with their peers and teachers when they continue to feel part of an active school community. In this video Mark Martin suggests some approaches through...
Belonging
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Online safety roundup February 2021 – useful resources, events coming up and conference report!

On 2 February 2021 we were delighted to host our annual Online Safety conference, this year virtually. Thinking back to last year when the keynote at our centre was on the theme of being fearless with digital learning it was illuminating to reflect on the many changes since that time...
Online safety roundup February 2021 – useful resources, events coming up and conference report!
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Ofsted’s remote education research report: key points and debate

Ofsted published a remote education research report, based on interviews, focus groups, questionnaires and a literature review, all carried out between the summer and end of 2020. It’s a substantial and necessary piece of work that we welcome. It contains a wealth of findings from school leaders and teachers and...
Ofsted’s remote education research report: key points and debate
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EDUCATE: Shock to the system - lessons from Covid-19 teaser report

Recommendations and practical guidance from UCL Educate for educators, leaders, parents and policymakers drawing on expertise, experience and new data and information about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on school education. A teaser report drawn on Educate’s recent and current research is accessible January 2021 with further instalments and...
EDUCATE: Shock to the system – lessons from Covid-19 teaser report
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Encouraging dialogue between student and teacher

Mark Martin, computer science, creative and creative media teacher and edtech expert (best known to those on Twitter as @Urban_Teacher) reflects on his experience of encouraging dialogue with his students in lessons online. Mark shares a range of ways to create communication channels with students, give feedback and encourage young...
Encouraging dialogue between student and teacher
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