Introducing all products of Matatalab which certified with Seal of Alignment from ISTE and sharing Matatalab’s educational value: Screen-free coding and activities to help develop students’ Computational Thinking and the 21st century skills.
COVID-19 has precipitated a major experiment for education systems across the world and this provides an amazing opportunity for AI to assist in the beneficial transformation of teaching and learning that remote and hybrid approaches are likely to catalyse.
Sometimes teaching feels like a race. We’re chasing pre-determined curricular plans, running to finish a unit on time, frantically finishing content before a looming assessment.
Today's students need Systems Thinking for learning and leadership in tomorrow's world—one ripe with promise and challenge.
For a decade, Ewan McIntosh’s firm, NoTosh, has tried to help school leaders see that five year plans don’t work. 2020 showed that they’re well and truly defunct.
Student engagement is the new frontier of student achievement. Of course, it’s always been possible to achieve without being really engaged. Grit, resilience and sheer perseverance can get the most driven students through their courses and exams, and can be useful for some students, some of the time. But these days, in a world rife with distractions, it’s hard to get students to succeed unless you can also get and keep their attention, fire up their passions, and connect with their lives and interests.
Behrouz will speak of his journey as a refugee, writer and human rights activist, and the impact words can have on awareness, action and social justice.
What memories stand out in your own mathematical education? Are they all positive? Did they all take place in a school setting?
In Failure to Disrupt: Why Technology Alone Can’t Transform Education, Justin Reich delivers a sobering report card on the latest supposedly transformative educational technologies.
Short keynote reviewing importance of teaching real data skills to students
Independent educational consultant, author and honorary faculty adviser, University of Hong Kong
What will the “new normal” look like for mathematics learning after this global pandemic? This presentation will discuss the lessons learned during this challenging time and share different practical strategies to engage students both in the virtual environment and for in-person learning.
Books are a gentle way to help kids make sense of some of life’s big issues. Deborah’s anger about inaction to climate change drove her to write a trilogy about kids living in a flooded city.