How can transferable academic skills like critical thinking, academic writing and assessment literacy assist in the process of shaping, presenting and building knowledge?
To develop a new revision app, we wanted find out how today’s ‘digital native’ learners approach learning, how to get the best out of apps and how they can complement learning in the classroom.
We are opening the new year with a discussion on transferable skills, giving voice to teachers, academics, student advisers, content creators, and students themselves. Join in the conversation too!
I ask Kodeck Mose what helped make BTEC such a success in his school? “Most importantly, I had support from the students; they are so passionate about what they do!"
Mindfulness is definitely a thing in education. Over 1000 people registered for our mindfulness webinars - AND you asked to learn more about it. Here are the answers plus resources for your classroom!
How can we help students develop literacy and reading skills for the 21st century? One example is the Amazing Readers project ran by Pearson in Italy in collaboration with the British Embassy.
Mindfulness can be very powerful in growing resilience, patience and confidence in teenagers. Discover how to bring it into your classroom and send your students off on a journey of self-esteem.
The Common Application connects students to unparalleled opportunities by providing access to more than 800 member global universities through one convenient platform. Register to learn about its key features and the best strategies for guiding your students through the Common Application process Thursday 24th January 2019 1pm GMT Registration link - https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6567164545363106818
This workshop will address the differences and similarities to the present syllabus, including: structure, content, external assessment, internal assessment, delivery style and the role of technology. What happens to Math Studies students? Most importantly, what is expected of you, the teacher and how to best share experiences and resources for the new syllabus.
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