Category: Social learning


Why Nurseries Can Benefit From Technology

A recent article published on Education Week raised an interesting question: Are pre-school children getting enough exposure to technology? Of course, the article was talking about the lack of technology within pre-school establishments in the US, but actually, the problem is likely to be far worse in the UK. While education technology plays a part…

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Webanywhere Launches Learner Journey

Last night, Webanywhere ‘officially’ launched Learner Journey. It’s the new pupil e-portfolio system that allows learners to showcase their proudest achievements – and with the option to communicate with peers in a safe, secure environment, it promotes e-safety in schools. So, with e-safety now a big part of Ofsted’s inspections, the launch featured a presentation…

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A Chance For Children To Understand Human Rights

Today – December 10th – marks International Human Rights Day: the anniversary of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights. It’s not only a chance for schools to discuss what the term human rights actually means; there’s also the chance for them to explore real human rights issues themselves, with the Young Human Rights Reporter…

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e-Safety software kicks out cyberbullying

Individuals collaborate and communicate through the use of technology every day. However, it’s not always sunshine and buttercups. Cyberbullying is alarmingly common among adolescents and teens. According to the i-SAFE foundation, 1 in 3 people have experienced threats online. Learner Journey is an e-portfolio that provides learners with a safe, secure online space to showcase…

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