Education Trends

Education Trends

How teachers are preparing for the next school year

The next school year is full of uncertainties, but we do know online learning is here to stay. Here are some tips for teachers: engagement, personalisation and interaction.

Online Classroom Management: 4 tips for teachers

How can teachers manage online classrooms? Here are four tips to help students thrive in the new Blended Learning setting.

The importance of edtech to create an inclusive classroom

How can teachers use assistive technology to make education truly inclusive? From useful compensation tools to making the classroom a welcoming place for everyone.

5 ways to keep your brain active during the summer holidays

Here are five fun ways to keep your brain active during holidays, and none of them are homework.

How gaming can improve spatial memory and attention

Can #videogames make you smarter? While most parents and teachers are still more likely to say the opposite, research has found interesting links between gaming and positive effects on the human brain.

Could blended learning strengthen classroom relationships?

Blended Learning could strengthen relationships in the classrooms, contrary to popular belief.

How to keep students engaged in a Blended Learning classroom

With Blended Learning, ensuring students' engagement can sometimes seem twice as hard, so how can teachers in a hybrid setting enjoy the best of both worlds?

Why schools must build a virtualized ecosystem

A school’s ecosystem must be a perfect synergy of hardware and software: virtualization and cloud just might be the winning strategy for the future of K-12 schools after the virus.

It’s time to set up a Blended Learning classroom

As the world slowly goes back to normal, Blended Learning is becoming the new star of the educational scene. Are you ready to explore the many ways to make it happen?

Remote teamwork: how to foster collaboration among students

Completing group projects remotely can be a challenge for everyone involved, from students to teachers. Find out how these times of #RemoteLearning are changing the face of group work.