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Education news roundup – June 2020

Education news roundup – June 2020
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Edtech

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IT Managers: Keeping education moving

IT Managers: Keeping education moving
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Teacher Wellbeing

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Great Expectations… why teachers need a break

Great Expectations… why teachers need a break

Written by Stephen Holden

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Teacher Wellbeing

5 ways for teachers to keep the mind healthy and cope with change

5 ways for teachers to keep the mind healthy and cope with change
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Growth mindset: Encouraging self-reflection in pupils

When it comes to school education, a growth mindset is incredibly useful. It raises pupils’ expectations and encourages them to take ownership of their learning. Here’s why.

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Pedagogy

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Should a change in learning mean a change in how we teach?

Should a change in learning mean a change in how we teach?
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Policies

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Rethinking our teaching approach

Rethinking our teaching approach

Written by Stephen Holden

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IT Strategy

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WiFi 101: Doing more with your school connection

WiFi 101: Doing more with your school connection
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News

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Education news roundup – May 2020

Education news roundup – May 2020
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IT Strategy

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The key questions to ask to reduce your data management workload

The key questions to ask to reduce your data management workload
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Teacher Wellbeing

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Relentless positivity… why schools have no other choice

Relentless positivity… why schools have no other choice

Written by Stephen Holden

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Teacher Wellbeing

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Teacher’s stories — how to be more mindful

Teacher’s stories — how to be more mindful

Written by Mark Kerr

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Policies

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School openings – why we need to let the dust settle

School openings – why we need to let the dust settle

Written by Stephen Holden

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