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New Workspace for Education tools to enhance learning

Whether learning takes place in the classroom, or virtually on Google Meet, control remains paramount. It’s also important to enhance educational tools that help take teaching and learning further for every educator and student. Today we’re announcing several new Google Workspace for Education tools rooted in enhancing learning for the individual and classroom, giving educators more control and increasing support ... Read More »

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION STUDENTS AND FACULTY PRESENT RESEARCH, WIN AWARDS AT NAPDS NATIONAL CONFERENCE

Numerous faculty members and students from the College of Education shared their research and innovations this month at the National Association for Professional Development Schools’ (NAPDS) National Conference. The NAPDS National Conference brings together school and university partnerships from around the country and abroad to address the challenges faced while meeting the needs of the next generation of students, PK-12 ... Read More »

Data Busting: Take your assessments to the next level

Data Busting: Take your assessments to the next level Data is vital in the education setting – it provides insight into how pupils are progressing, what your biggest challenges are, and helps drive school improvement. However, data can sometimes get overlooked or misinterpreted. In order to effectively use data, you must improve your approach to assessment. In schools, assessment is ... Read More »

The Future of Learning

In a sense, if there was ever a question about whether we should be using technology for learning, I believe that coming out the pandemic has only normalised technology use within the classrooms forever. These thoughts are mirrored by Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft that said: Not only has education shifted towards a pure delivery of learning through technology with the ... Read More »

Greater Tech Use Can Help Achieve 50% GER In Higher Education: AICTE Chairman

The new National Education Policy (NEP) envisages to increase Gross Enrollment Ratio (GER) in higher education in the country to 50 per cent from 27 per cent now and this target can be achieved through greater use of technology and by promoting online and distance learning, AICTE chairman Prof Anil Sahasrabudhe said on Friday. He also said the All India ... Read More »

School of Education blog: 2021

As 2021 draws to a close, we reflect on another year living though a global pandemic, and the challenges faced across the world. Throughout the last year, the School of Education blog has provided interesting and informative posts covering a range of topics; research, opinions, student voices and alumni reflections, and much more, from across the SoE community. The School ... Read More »

Life of a Student in a Boarding school

You can have conflicting views about going to boarding school. You could be looking forward to meeting new people, getting out of the home, and spending time apart from your family. You could also be apprehensive about taking on that many responsibilities for yourself while being so far away from the home, relatives, and friends. You might be thinking about what ... Read More »

LINDA GAUNT COMMUNICATIONS IS HIRING A SENIOR DIGITAL ACCOUNT MANAGER IN NEW YORK, NY

The Senior Manager role is responsible for executing digital strategies at Linda Gaunt Communications. The role will support the Associate Digital Director in leading influencer marketing and social media efforts for the agency’s client roster. Requirements: · College degree in public relations, marketing, or related field · At least 3 years’ experience in influencer marketing and social media · Experience working with influencers ... Read More »

Vicarious Coaching

Apparently, The Girl has become the go-to person in her friend group for advice about the college search and application process. She tells me this with a smile, as if I’m her secret supplier of intel. Laundering my answers through her makes them palatable to her friends, who are otherwise immune to adult advice. I’ll admit being complicit. I don’t ... Read More »

The genocide of signed languages: protecting the linguistic rights of Africa’s deaf children

Deaf rights to language, expression, literacy and education have been marginalised throughout history. And signed languages have taken second place to spoken languages. The 1880 Milan Convention, for example, gave rise to a period when deaf children were forced to use oral language at school. The passing of the convention amounted to a global attack on the linguistic rights of deaf ... Read More »