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Celebrating a decade of one of the UK’s largest digital programmes with EdTech pioneer Greg Hughes

Our EdTech Classroom Expert Greg Hughes shares how he implemented a tech revolution at his school and trust.

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Project Insights: Developing course materials for an international market

Case study: Producing international kindergarten materials on a recent project for Collins.

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Oriel Square launches Teacher Research Group

Education can transform lives for the better, and teachers are at the heart of that. That’s why we are launching our Teacher Research Group – to bring us and our clients closer to the forefront of education.

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EdTech

Get ready for Bett 2022

Business Development Manager Hannie Kirkham shares her top networking tips, things to look out for, and pick of the sessions for Bett 2022.

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ELT Guest blogs Publishing Strategy

5 challenges and solutions for ELT publishers

With a wide variety of local contexts, increasing exam pressures, and a patchwork of British, American and other varieties of English being delivered, producing quality ELT resources poses plenty of challenges. Frances Amrani looks at how these challenges can be met by ELT publishers.

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Project insights: Creating online resources to support teachers through school closures

We worked with Hodder Education Group to create online resources, helping teachers to provide dynamic lessons while teaching remotely.

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The big picture: ELT in the MENA region

With mixed-ability classes and a patchwork of British, American and other varieties of English being delivered, teaching ELT in the primary classroom poses plenty of challenges. Not to mention the wide variety of contexts across the MENA region.

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Project insights: Producing the first Oxford Language Report

An insight into our work with Oxford University Press to produce the first Oxford Language Report.

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Teacher training: Putting the past behind us

Whatever training route is chosen, it needs trainees. A lack of graduates willing to become teachers has posed a threat to children’s education over the past few years and has become an important issue for the school sector. John Howson looks at teacher training, supply and retention in a post-Covid world.*

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Engaging schools and communities to support children’s learning

Ensuring that education objectives continue to be achieved both during and after the pandemic involves multiple stakeholders and diverse partnerships. With new educational needs arising, and the nature of roles changing for all involved, we turn again to the central question of accountability: how can we all work to ensure that children achieve their full learning potential?