Future engineers concerned about climate emergency

A poll of teenagers embarking on an engineering career found that nearly half see climate crisis as the biggest challenge for UK scientists and engineers. The poll, carried out by the Arkwright Engineering Scholarship programme, found that 44% of teenagers hoping to become engineers believe that the biggest challenge facing the UK over the next […]

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Why cross-school insight is the key to becoming a brilliant teacher

What’s the difference between a good teacher and a brilliant one? Good teachers know their subject inside out and inspire pupils to share their passion. But the very best teachers – the ones pupils remember many decades after they’ve left school – are those who also excel at the pastoral role. You might also like: […]

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How to help students become cyber-savvy

A sense of security is something usually unseen, yet it’s paramount to a great learning experience. Educators have always tried to ensure a safe learning environment for students, as a way to reduce negative outcomes and increase retention rates. Nobody can learn anything new when they feel they’re in danger, after all. Related news: Cybersecurity […]

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Webinar: The university campus powered by voice

Date: Thursday, 5 December, 2019 Time: 12:00 –13:00 hrs (GMT) Register now Educators use Alexa to elevate the campus experience and help students get more from their time at university by making it easier to find out about events, connect with professors, and access resources – all without having to open their computers. Curious about […]

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Icelandic app Mussila wins Nordic Edtech Awards 2019

Mussila, a music app from Iceland, has been crowned winner of the Nordic Edtech Awards 2019. The app was recognised for “targeting cross-cultural curriculum with evidence of impact, and a sustainable and scalable business model for both b2b and b2c, putting creativity at the core of learning”. You might also like: Student finance and budgeting […]

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