What will e-learning look like in the future?

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E-learning is a concept which excites some and concerns others. But regardless of whether we embrace it with open arms or regard it with a sceptical eye, e-learning is already well and truly upon us and growing larger every day. From MOOCs (massive open online courses) to augmented reality technology, which places students in various... Read more »

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Gardening for astronauts – and education!

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There’s an intriguing experiment being conducted at the moment by the Royal Horticultural Society and the UK Space Agency and they hoping children will be able to help them. Research is being conducted into growing plants in space and British astronaut Tim Peake has asked children to help him. He’s asking for help with the... Read more »

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How the PREVENT Scheme and CTS Bill will affect your children

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I recently wrote an article for Media Diversified on the ‘Counter-Extremism’ questionnaire that is being widely circulated on social media. The questionnaire was given to children of Buxton Primary School in East London, but has also been trialled by other schools in the area. The questionnaire was revealed to be part of a project named ‘BRIT’ (Building Resilience... Read more »

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