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These studies in education could influence future policy

Two landmark studies examining the future of education have recently emerged, from UNESCO and the UK’s Department of Education. Both draw conclusions that should be analysed in the context of our own approach to educational improvement. The ever-evolving nature of education requires continual evaluation, for the benefit of both students and teachers. Periodically we are These studies in education could influence future policy

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Teaching skills in practice – innovation in Swedish education

Our colleagues in Sweden have embarked on an initiative aimed at improving the quality of teaching and learning. The initiative, Teaching skills in practice, is already gaining traction in a number of Swedish schools and municipalities. It was launched by Mats Rosenkvist alongside Urban Hansson and Bernt Friberg in February 2022. Mats, CEO of Successful Teaching skills in practice – innovation in Swedish education

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Lessons from our health services’ response to the pandemic (pt 2 in a series)

In this second post referencing our notes from the Horasis discussion panel on March 4, we continue to examine the lessons we can learn from the health services’ response to the pandemic. The rapid spread of Covid 19 forced our health services to adapt swiftly and often. This readiness to react according to the rapidly Lessons from our health services’ response to the pandemic (pt 2 in a series)

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