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REINVENTING THE WHEEL OF LEARNING

REINVENTING THE WHEEL OF LEARNING

As schools tentatively re-opened their doors to pupils around the world for the Autumn term last month, children found themselves returning together to familiar territories, but with very different structures in place to keep them physically apart. In many countries,...

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AFRICA IS WIRED FOR CHANGE

AFRICA IS WIRED FOR CHANGE

In a single evolutionary leap, COVID-19 has shifted blended online education towards permanent virtual learning worldwide.  Within a matter of months, technology has taken over one of the most important aspects of our daily lives, namely, the safe delivery of...

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OUR VIRTUAL WORLD

OUR VIRTUAL WORLD

At 3pm every afternoon, Bo switches on her computer and waits for her English tutor to join her.  At 8am every morning, Jen logs on to her computer and says ‘Good Afternoon’ to Bo before beginning their lesson.  Bo is in Hong Kong and Jen is in Manchester but the...

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A Revolution in Education

A Revolution in Education

Over the past three decades, an online learning revolution has been progressively taking over our educational systems.   Back in the 1980’s, computers gradually appeared in our mainstream classrooms to assist with learning, employing a range of techniques to...

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Profiling Highgate Hill House School

Profiling Highgate Hill House School

Highgate Hill House School reopened its doors in 2017 as a special educational needs (SEN) establishment on the borders of Devon and Cornwall. A definition of special educational needs can be seen in the short video attachment. The concept of the school was born when...

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