The Westminster Education Forum in February 2022 brought together nearly twenty experts from the world of education to discuss the future of assessment in England. Claire Gilbert reports back on the key talking points.
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.
The trip to London’s Excel for the annual Bett show is a familiar ritual to everyone involved in education. This year, of course, we’ll have to wait until March for the dancing robots and air-guitar contests. In the meantime, we look back at last year’s virtual BettFest to pull out key themes for the next event.
Here we round-up our main takeaways from this year’s Curriculum Conference. Look out for part two of our curriculum change blog series for detailed coverage of the day and what it means for educational publishing.
Whether for educational purposes, work, art, culture or social life, a period of experimentation with hybrid collaboration approaches.
The shift to online has meant a surge in demand for eLearning from schools, charities, professional organisations, and businesses alike. Not only has demand shot up, but eLearning is now more accessible than ever thanks to innovative learning platforms that can flex to different learning and delivery requirements.
One year into an unprecedented mass experiment on using technology to deliver teaching, investment in EdTech continues to grow strongly. Oriel Square Director, Sam Derby, looks at EdTech’s trajectory and gives his top tips for navigating the world of EdTech investment.
Charlotte al-Qadi has spent over 15 years working in educational publishing for the MENA market. Whilst language from publishers in recent years has become less negative when briefing educational content for the region, there still remains an air of reluctance to think about cultural sensitivities.