Minimising Disruption to Teaching and Learning During COVID-19 Closures

Minimising Disruption to Teaching and Learning During COVID-19 Closures

In this EPisode Special, Jimmy Bowens talks to Mary O’Bryon, assistant principal of Korea International School in Jeju, South Korea. As Covid-19 causes more and more organisations and institutions to close their doors Mary provides detailed insight into how her staff, community and local officials are dealing with the situation in order to minimise disruption…

From a Flipped Classroom to EdTech

From a Flipped Classroom to EdTech

In this EPisode, Jimmy talks to Kelly Hollis, Global Head of Science at EP. Kelly shares her education journey, from taking all the opportunities that crossed her way, to maximising teaching efficiency by flipping her classroom, and creating a culture of sharing and collaboration. Kelly is a wonderful example of authenticity, positivity, and innovation. To continue…

Navigating the digital ecosystem effectively. A guide for educators.

Navigating the digital ecosystem effectively. A guide for educators.

Has our recent crash course in teaching online changed how we view digital technologies in the teaching and learning cycle? Granted, over the past few months we have not been engaging simply in online learning, but providing emergency remote teaching. But now that the shock has lessened somewhat, we’re in a unique position to critically…

Flipping your classroom

Flipping your classroom

As students are moving back into the face to face model of teaching, it would be a huge disservice to them to simply return to ‘traditional’ teaching models and not harness the digital technology available that they were using whilst learning remotely. The flipped classroom method is one pedagogical approach that teachers could consider to…