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Andy Bloor writes about how a teacher can respond to a pupil expressing abhorrent views at school.
COBIS CEO Colin Bell reflects on a recent enlightening trip to Cambodia and Vietnam as part of a UK Department for International Trade visit to Southeast Asia.
Denise Inwood from BlueSky Education reflects on whether the traditional lesson observation requires a more collaborative approach.
Sarah Stevens from 1decision gives her advice on how schools can implement the new PSHE statutory changes.
Patrick McGrath, EdTech Strategist at the education software company Texthelp, reflects on the importance of evidence-based decisions when choosing educational technology, to maximise the potential for change.
Paul Topping is a member of the new Executive Leadership Team and Headteacher of Senior School Voorschoten at the British School in The Netherlands.
"Perhaps, rather than buying the technology just because it is there, we should be starting from the challenges teachers face and developing technology that addresses their needs, based on best-practice and evidence."
'Millennials are often characterised as mollycoddled, spoiled, helicoptered, self-absorbed job-hoppers who characteristically lack resilience and the work ethic of previous generations. However, the truth is a much more complex picture.'
David Porritt and Hannah Porritt blog ahead of their session at the 38th COBIS Annual Conference.
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