Guest author Anna Krajewska shares a practical view on how education organisations can use ‘Just Enough Research’ to design better experiences
How much research is enough? Erika Hall responds by showing how research can be focussed, human, collaborative and develops skills for all.
Has in-person research become an act of defiant rebellion now? How do we make the most of being present, now we know what we’ve missed?
How do you train for an event when the finish line keeps moving? Four education leaders talk us through their recent ‘marathon’ experiences.
After the panic to get online, research points to the training plan for longer term recovery. The 400-metre sprint is over; now we train for the marathon.
Workshops are for leaving the daily grind outside, getting your hands dirty and feeling like you’ve accomplished something. Are your workshops working?
If you ever wanted an insight into the process of note-taking and mind mapping, here it is! A 45-minute webinar, in 90 seconds.
Stranded in China, students share their education experiences and offer insights into what happens when long-held dreams are suddenly interrupted.
Learning is more than individual ‘threads’ of curriculum, apps and worksheets. Here’s to the people, teams and communities who weave it all together.
Reflections on leadership, layered communities and what we can learn from a single ball of red wool, cut into hundreds of pieces.