The Power of Partnerships

This session explores how creative use of digital can provide unforgettable cultural learning experiences on-site, in person, and in a blended form.

Being AI ready: What school leaders need to know

AI, machine learning and adaptive technologies already pervade daily life whether we are aware of them or not: we explore some of the benefits and drawbacks alongside the ethical issues that these technologies bring to education, drawing on the Erasmus+ Empower2Learn project in which we are partners.

Teaching news & media literacy – the why, when and how

This live session featured speakers from the BBC, the Guardian Foundation, and the National Literacy Trust discussing why it is crucial to teach news and media literacy in schools and how the pandemic has made this even more critical. Guest speakers shared their top tips for engaging pupils as well as useful resources and lesson […]

Collaboration, creativity and assessment: In conversation with Padlet

In this session we are joined by Zoheb Jamal from Padlet, an online collaboration tool that has come into its own during the pandemic. Zoheb shares a practical demonstration of some of the newer features and improvements to Padlet. He will also answers questions around how it can support schools’ blended digital strategies, how to […]

Personalised learning with technology in modern foreign languages

This live session was facilitated by CLC educators Peter Lillington and Sarah Horrocks and recorded on Tuesday 19th October 2021. The facilitators worked with a group of primary MFL leads to explore the ways in which they were continuing to use technology to support languages in a blended setting. The teachers shared examples from their […]

Personalised learning with technology in maths

This is a recording of a live session facilitated by CLC educators Peter Lillington and Rowan Roberts on Wednesday 3rd November 2021. The facilitators worked with a group of primary teachers to explore the ways in which they were continuing to use technology to support maths in a blended setting. Teachers shared examples from their […]

Supporting gaming, young entrepreneurs and inclusive online spaces

This recorded session for educators of 11 – 24 yr olds looks at how Rudy, director of entrepreneurship and gaming from the Dreamyard Project in the Bronx, NYC, has been supporting young gamers from underrepresented communities in the Bronx to use platforms like Twitch and Discord to build inclusive communities, learn digital skills and become […]

Learning Bridges: In conversation with Unicef Jordan

In this session CLC’s Sarah Horrocks meets with Jane Courtney, Education Specialist and Gemma Wilson-Clark, Chief of Education from UNICEF Jordan to discuss Learning Bridges: a national blended learning program that links textbooks to technology, school to home, and concepts to practical learning. Learning Bridges has enabled half a million children to continue to learn […]