Low-level Classroom Disruption in UK Schools Hinders Learning

BBC recently released a startling article stating that due to low-level disruption, some pupils could be losing up to one hour of learning each day, which accumulates to 38 days over an entire year. School inspectors warn that low-level, persistent disruptive behaviour in England’s schools is affecting pupils’ learning and ultimately damaging their job and…

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The World’s Coolest Classrooms

  The classroom environment has a huge impact on the learning process and a student’s ability to excel in school work. A classroom must be comfortable, open, inspiring but not distracting, and must allow the inclusion and participation of all students. While many classrooms in the UK still aren’t set up in this way to…

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The Top Issues Facing Higher Education in 2014

  With all the rapid changes spurred on by innovation in higher education, many issues have risen. This year the top issues facing higher education will include the following: 1. Cost The cost of education will continue to be a concern raiser in 2014. With the cut in government spending and the loom of the…

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Trends in Education Technology 2014 – Part 2

  This year the market for education technology is flourishing. In the last decade, the surge of creativity among both startups and large companies seeking to improve their services has pushed innovation in the field of education technology. With the past educations event including BETT and ERA Awards and ICT For Education, a number of…

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