In the rush to procure EdTech products for online learning in the pandemic, few governments checked that they were safe for children to use. Children paid with their privacy.
With online classes replacing campus lectures, UK students expected in-person learning to resume once lockdown ended. This hasn’t been the case and they’re not happy.
As learning on screens by using digital texts, becomes more and more a part of education: does print still have some advantages?
Handwriting on paper may be better for our brains than typing on a screen and also help us recall information better. Who knew?
As schools reopen, a perennial concern is around children’s understanding of data and privacy. Here are some suggestions on how to discuss it.
Schools have now moved their teaching entirely online during the global pandemic. How will online classrooms help or harm children’s learning?
Defining and agreeing a policy for smartphones in schools can be tricky for staff, parents and students alike. Here are some suggestions for what to include.