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Collaborative learning is necessary to cultivate the 21st-century skills required by employers. Find out how collaboration can transform teaching, pupil attainment, and whole-school performance; with some practical advice to help you facilitate group work in your classroom.
Milton Keynes Education Trust leads learning by investing in sustainable education technology
Fuelling education with strong values Milton Keynes Education Trust (MKET) was the first multi-academy trust in Milton Keynes,...
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Collaborative learning vs. cooperative learning: what’s the difference?
When it comes to students working together, the terms collaborative learning and cooperative learning are often used interchangeably....
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How to use Raspberry Pi to promote collaborative learning
“72% of teachers would consider a technology-based solution when tackling a teaching issue.” The State of Technology in...
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4 catalysts for modern learning
There are four key catalysts when it comes to ensuring students have the necessary motivation to learn: engagement, personalisation,...
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What makes a classroom ‘modern’?
There is a lot of talk about the ‘modern classroom’, with technology in education cited as key to 21st-century learning....
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Why the UK education system needs a return to deep-learning
Over the next 20 years, millions of jobs will become automated, with the rise of the robots predicted to wipe out numerous occupations....
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10 Reasons to Bee Collaborative
Today’s employers are in desperate need of employees with soft skills. Skills such as self-management, communication, and...
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Collaborative learning in primary schools
It’s never too early to instil a culture of collaboration in your pupils. With that in mind, this article aims to provide...
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Collaborative learning: what can it do for your students?
What is collaborative learning? According to the National Careers Service, employers are looking for – and lacking –...
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