Efficient Exam Preparation for Online Schooling

Efficient Exam Preparation for Online Schooling

Throughout the current COVID-impacted educational landscape, students worldwide, like their teachers, have found themselves navigating the often unfamiliar terrain of online learning and examinations. Here, Ashley Lipman provides some helpful tips that teachers and educators can share with their students to ensure they are able to prepare for exams efficiently and effectively. Whether you’re a…

Principles of Instruction

Principles of Instruction

“EP can be a very powerful tool when implemented strategically alongside a set of instructional principles” Rosenshine’s Principles of Instruction form a helpful framework with which to plan effective units of learning. In this video, Jimmy unpacks some of the key principles and illustrates how EP can facilitate these for strategic planning and consolidated learning.

Flipped Learning

Flipped Learning

“The flipped classroom approach is more than just getting students to watch videos before they come to class” Kelly Hollis, Global Head of Science, explains how flipping the learning is all about creating opportunities for students to engage with the lower order of Bloom’s taxonomy in the home space so that when they are in…

Growth Mindset

Growth Mindset

“Fostering a growth mindset is essential for creating lifelong learners who are not held back by self-imposed boundaries” Philippa Kruger, Global Head of Languages, examines Dweck’s Mindset Theory and how EP can support it.

SOLO Taxonomy

SOLO Taxonomy

“The SOLO taxonomy is a very simple support system for students to self-evaluate the depth and complexity of their learning outcome In this video Jimmy explores the SOLO taxonomy, how it has been used to underpin a lot of existing EP content and how you can use it to support students in expanding their learning.

Pedagogy Over Technology

Pedagogy Over Technology

“Successful digital implementation is often fostered by a strong school-wide vision focused on pedagogy over technology” Paula suggests four things when it comes to successful blended learning: Having a strong vision, ensuring support for teachers, understanding your students, and using a robust framework to guide technology integration.

Teaching as Inquiry

Teaching as Inquiry

“Teaching as Inquiry is an opportunity to foster genuine curiosity in our students so they can construct learning themselves” Ben Hilliam explores Teaching as Inquiry and explains how new concepts can find traction when placed within this framework.