Online learning: teaching revolution or learning nightmare?

Online learning: teaching revolution or learning nightmare? With online learning becoming more integral to education at all levels, I explore ...
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Reading to Reflect our Reality: Changing our children’s reading material

For the last 10 years, representation has been the word on everyone’s lips. For those from an ethnic minority background, ...
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The University Question: Do you really need to go?

With some universities offering applicants £10,000 to defer due to a record number of people applying, this article will look ...
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Au Revoir French, Adios Espanyol: Kon’nichiwa Japanese ! It is time to broaden the languages taught at schools

"One language sets you in a corridor for life. Two languages open every door along the way." Frank Smith, Canadian ...
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We need to talk about race and racism… preferably in the classroom

 Why these ever-important discussions about race and racism should be taking place in schools across the UK. Nowadays, there exists this ...
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Online safety for parents and students

To all the parents and young people accessing this website on their computers.  I would like us to take a ...
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Improving the Education: Inspiration from Abroad

If there is ever a topic that everyone has an opinion on (no I am not talking about European Super ...
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Invisible no more: Women in History

A child could be forgiven for thinking that all those who have made great contributions to society are men. After ...
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