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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...
Webinar
01:00
Primary, Secondary

Blended resource in 60 seconds - Vocabulous

In this short video, classics teacher Lucy Huelin tells us about an new blended appraoch to vacabulary learning – Vocabulous. With funding from the Shine Trust, Lucy is currently trialing her “fun and engaging website which uses Latin roots to help Year 7 students improve and expand their vocabulary” and...
Blended resource in 60 seconds – Vocabulous
Video
Secondary

How can schools support staff wellbeing this term?

While many restrictions have now been eased in the UK, teachers are all too aware that the pandemic will still have an impact on how schools are able to safely continue their work. A degree of disruption is likely, and this has the potential to have an adverse impact on...
How can schools support staff wellbeing this term?
Primary, Secondary
What is Universal Design for Learning and why does it matter for blended learning?

What is Universal Design for Learning and why does it matter for blended learning?

What is Universal Design for Learning and why does it matter for blended learning?
Tips and tools for teaching humanities in a blended way

Tips and tools for teaching humanities in a blended way

Tips and tools for teaching humanities in a blended way

Digital learning in the pandemic and beyond with ALT

This course is a series of recorded sessions from the virtual conference ‘Digital learning in the pandemic and beyond’ (Feb 24th 2021). Run in collaboration with the Association for Learning Technology, the conference looked at online learning from a variety of angles, including accessibility, copyright concerns, and the future of blended education....
Webinar
01:00
Primary, Secondary

Parents & blended learning - in conversation with Sophie Linington

As we move out of the period of remote schooling, how can we keep parents and families engaged with and excited about the potential of digital technology? In this recorded webinar, Sophie Linington (Deputy CEO, ParentZone) discusses the importance of digital skills inside and outside of the classroom, how to...
Webinar
00:45
Primary, Secondary
Blended learning: top tips from the Computing at School community

Blended learning: top tips from the Computing at School community

Blended learning: top tips from the Computing at School community

Controlling machines with our minds: what does it mean for accessibility and education?

John Galloway, a specialist in the use of technology to improve educational opportunities for children and young people with special educational needs, talks about the opportunities available through the use of technology.
Controlling machines with our minds: what does it mean for accessibility and education?
Link
Primary, Secondary

Mental and digital wellbeing: a balanced, blended approach

Children spent much of the past year of lockdowns online, felt that living life online was a poor substitute for offline activities, and reported lower wellbeing during lockdown than previously. However, it would be a mistake to assume that outdoors and ‘screen-free’ has to mean, or is better if it...
Mental and digital wellbeing: a balanced, blended approach
Link
Primary, Secondary

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A blended approach to outreach - in conversation with Ant Sutcliffe

How has university outreach worked in an online environment? What lessons have we as educators learned from the last year? How can our learnings lead to a quality, multi touchpoint outreach programme? In this recorded session, head of Higher Horizons+ and recent NEON ‘Contribution to Widening Participation Award’ winner, Ant...
A blended approach to outreach – in conversation with Ant Sutcliffe
Secondary

Digital learning in the pandemic and beyond with ALT

This course is a series of recorded sessions from the virtual conference ‘Digital learning in the pandemic and beyond’ (Feb 24th 2021). Run in collaboration with the Association for Learning Technology, the conference looked at online learning from a variety of angles, including accessibility, copyright concerns, and the future of blended education....
Digital learning in the pandemic and beyond with ALT
Primary, Secondary

Blended teaching in early years

This is a recording of a live session facilitated by CLC educators Sarah Horrocks and Peter Lillington on Tuesday 11th May 2021. The facilitators worked with a group of early years practitioners to explore their blended teaching strategies during the pandemic, including periods of home learning. Teachers shared examples from...
Blended teaching in early years
Primary

Parents & blended learning - in conversation with Sophie Linington

As we move out of the period of remote schooling, how can we keep parents and families engaged with and excited about the potential of digital technology? In this recorded webinar, Sophie Linington (Deputy CEO, ParentZone) discusses the importance of digital skills inside and outside of the classroom, how to...
Parents & blended learning – in conversation with Sophie Linington
Primary, Secondary

Featured On Demand Learning

A blended approach to outreach - in conversation with Ant Sutcliffe

How has university outreach worked in an online environment? What lessons have we as educators learned from the last year? How can our learnings lead to a quality, multi touchpoint outreach programme? In this recorded session, head of Higher Horizons+ and recent NEON ‘Contribution to Widening Participation Award’ winner, Ant...
00:30
Secondary

Digital learning in the pandemic and beyond with ALT

This course is a series of recorded sessions from the virtual conference ‘Digital learning in the pandemic and beyond’ (Feb 24th 2021). Run in collaboration with the Association for Learning Technology, the conference looked at online learning from a variety of angles, including accessibility, copyright concerns, and the future of blended education....
Webinar
01:00
Primary, Secondary

Blended teaching in early years

This is a recording of a live session facilitated by CLC educators Sarah Horrocks and Peter Lillington on Tuesday 11th May 2021. The facilitators worked with a group of early years practitioners to explore their blended teaching strategies during the pandemic, including periods of home learning. Teachers shared examples from...
Webinar
01:30
Primary

Parents & blended learning - in conversation with Sophie Linington

As we move out of the period of remote schooling, how can we keep parents and families engaged with and excited about the potential of digital technology? In this recorded webinar, Sophie Linington (Deputy CEO, ParentZone) discusses the importance of digital skills inside and outside of the classroom, how to...
Webinar
00:45
Primary, Secondary

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