Busy week? We’re here to help. Here’s our roundup of top educational stories from the past seven days:
For a better education, why not take your pupils out of school… and travel the world! Fed up with targets and tests, teacher Sue Cowley took her children on a global adventure – and has written a guide to help other parents do the same.
Can you sort fact from fiction online? Stanford University is behind an initiative to help high school students contend with the growth of fake news and one-sided social media.
Personalized learning starts with less teacher talk, more student voice. Learn how to let students discuss and determine their own conclusions.
Read how an all-girls school is taking computer science to the next level with global collaboration and get five reasons to implement this type of innovation in your classroom.
Determined to achieve gender equality in the classroom? Get some ideas on how to minimize gender bias in teaching practice and curriculum.