How ‘Learning Engineering’ Hopes to Speed Up Education, FLS News Issue 1045 Thu 11 June 2020

“Teachers have three loves: love of learning, love of learners, and the love of bringing the first two loves together.” ― Scott Hayden [more quotes]
🕛 25 Mins |  EdTech | Higher Education
How ‘Learning Engineering’ Hopes to Speed Up Education
In the late 1960s, Nobel Prize-winning economist Herbert Simon posed….
🕛 7 Mins | Remote Learning
In the fall of 2018 our school made a big…..
🕛 5 Mins  | Learning Outcome
Boys’ Education: How to Get Boys To Engage, At School And At Home
When you think back to your own school……
🕛 6 Mins  | Response to COVID-19
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🕛 3 Mins | Response to COVID-19
Millie Bobby Brown and Sofia Carson join UN Deputy
Secretary-General  and UNICEF Executive Director in World’s Largest Lesson Live

UNESCO Bangkok Initiative 
The knowledge-sharing platform of contents for inclusive education for learners with disabilities.
  Job Posting             New!

@ Education Partnerships Group
Location: Nairobi
Closing Date: 15 June 2020
What’s Up?    Register now!
The review will present the value that Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) can bring to mainstream education.

In such unprecedented times during the COVID-19,  the launch is expected to benefit us all, highlighting the importance of SEL in our daily lives. However, we would particularly encourage the following audiences to join us for a very exciting virtual launch event: educators, teachers, school leaders, parents, academics, researchers, those working in the field of education and SEL – and the beneficiaries themselves – the children!

 Date: 18 July 2020 (Nelson Mandela Day)


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