Why skills should overtake knowledge

Why skills should overtake knowledge

BY: AL KINGSLEY This is an edited version of an article that was originally published on: Teach Middle East Magazine The world is changing fast, and so must we, if we are to live in it; successfully, productively and sustainably. However, global education systems are...
EdTech confidence leads to bigger things

EdTech confidence leads to bigger things

This is an edited version of n article originally published on: GESS Education With technology becoming increasingly present in classrooms, it’s an exciting time for education. Teachers everywhere recognise its possibilities for innovation, communication and learning,...
Is Knowledge Obsolete?

Is Knowledge Obsolete?

This is an edited version of an article originally published on: Forbes Technology Council Al Kingsley is CEO of NetSupport, chair of a multi-academy trust in the UK, tech writer, speaker and author of “My Secret #EdTech Diary.” I have long thought about...
Can Technology Drive Parental Engagement?

Can Technology Drive Parental Engagement?

This is an edited version of an article originally published on: GESS Education Teachers know that the more parents and carers participate in their children’s learning from an early stage, the more effective that learning will be. There is a raft of benefits,...
EdTech confidence comes with practice

EdTech confidence comes with practice

EdTech confidence comes with practice This article was first published here in January 2022 With technology becoming increasingly present in classrooms, it’s an exciting time for education. Teachers across the board recognize its possibilities for innovation,...