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Tim Phillips

Remote teaching and learning during the COVID-19 disruption: experiences of ministries of education, teachers and teacher educators

This blog was written by Tim Phillips, Head, Teacher Development, based in Manchester, in the English in Education Systems team of the British Council. He worked as a teacher, teacher trainer and project manager for 15 years in Europe and the Middle East. He currently supports British Council activity globally with ministries of education in […]

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EDT High Speed Response

High-speed quality research services

Education Development Trust are one of UKFIET’s member organisations. This article, published on their website, showcases a series of evidence reports recently published for the DFID-funded EdTech Hub and K4D programmes. It also outlines their approach to pivoting their high speed research support during these times of a global pandemic, when more evidence is needed. […]

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COVID_Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying in the shadows of online learning during COVID-19: how to support and ensure online safety of students

This blog was written by Meenu Talasila, a recent graduate from the MPhil in Education, Globalisation and International Development program at the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge. She is currently working with an upcoming Waldorf-inspired school in India to set up the operations and provide a strategic plan in response to the COVID-19 situation. […]

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INASP_Training

Adapting for sustainability: taking training of trainers online to continue higher education support

At the mid-point in what should have been a face-to-face workshop to strengthen future facilitators and mentors of course redesign in East African universities, Tabitha Buchner and Josie Dryden share how this work has been adapted for an online environment. This blog was written for INASP and originally published on the INASP website on 1 […]

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