And ambitious study in 153 classrooms in the United Kingdom provides the best evidence flexible spaces can boost academic performance.
Why we need radical transformation in our quest to educate the next generation.
Allowing students time to tinker can help to unleash creativity. By Aaron Schomburg.
Teachers are trained as professionals, paid and professionals and take part in continuous professional development. Why then, is assessment often no more than fatuous statements and comments that are meaningless to students. Assessment should be a conversation, not a spreadsheet.
The future of recruitment by companies (and ultimately, further education) is changing. Increased competition for jobs, alongside the cost and time implications for businesses, means that how we obtain our next position or course place is already changing. ‘Head-Hunting’ by AI is quickly becoming a ‘thing’; algorithms will do the selection and find the ideal candidate from within a sea of applicants. Recruitment is being flipped on its head. Here are five articles on the topic...
Gus O’Donnell, former head of the civil service warns that the UK is “sleepwalking into a deepening crisis”, calling for the exam system to be overhauled due to the worsening mental health of young people having to sit high-stakes exams.
This comprehensive article, which includes video featuring, amongst others, Malala Yousafzai and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, looks at how we should be overhauling the education system to make it fit for the future.