In this interview, Julien Bobroff, physicist and professor at Paris-Saclay University, demonstrates how to use low-cost tools, such as smartphones, to teach science in more engaging ways.
Expert views and surveys on school education
In this article, Dr Daithí Kearney shares his personal journey as a lecturer in music and how STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics) has influenced his approach to teaching.
How is artificial intelligence (AI) impacting education and what are the key considerations for educators? Listen to the interview with Marco Neves, teacher and consultant, to know more.
George Santayana is credited with the quote ‘Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it’ – and, in this regard, history education can strengthen our collective memory by showing contrasting views of historical events. This survey explored the way(s) history is taught, or should be taught, as well as participants’ views on introducing multiperspectivity in history education.
Advancements in machine learning, natural language processing and the availability of large amounts of data, among others, have made Artificial Intelligence (AI) a major technological revolution of our time. Even though AI tools and technologies are primarily being developed for businesses and industries, AI solutions are rapidly finding their way into the classroom.
A newcomer in class who does not yet speak the language of instruction sufficiently to be able to follow the lessons can be quite a challenge for teachers. How do you handle that? How do you support their educational needs in such a way that fully engages their language acquisition and multilingual background?
Dr. James Cummins, a Professor Emeritus at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) of the University of Toronto, shares in this interview his views on identity language and supporting non-native speakers in the classroom.