eduuschool webinar - 12th November
Date: 12 November, 4pm
Facilitator: James Pope, Whole Education
Joysy John, Education Advisor
Sir Mark Grundy, Shireland Collegiate Academy Trust
Chris Rothwell, Microsoft
Dr Kristen Weatherby, EdTech Impact
Hybrid learning: what’s working and what’s next?
An open and collaborative panel with schools, EdTech partners and you; focused on sharing practice and the emergence of potential pathways forward.
Join us for a frank and open discussion about the opportunities (and the challenges!) for in-school and remote teaching and learning when we’ll explore the evolving education landscape and what’s emerging as successful practice.
We’ll be exploring 3 themes:
What does high-quality ‘whole’ education look like in a remote and virtual world, for staff, children and the wider community?
What is hybrid learning and should it form an integral part of our education offer into the future? If so why? How? What might the benefits and barriers be?
Schools of the future: How might hybrid learning change our schools, what would a curriculum look like and how could we support children’s’ wellbeing when they are out of school
Benefits of Participation:
Reflection - consider the learning from the education system's reaction to a remote learning environment
Collaboration and connection - enquire with others and make connections for ongoing collaboration
Strategic thinking - stimulated by education and the EdTech industry, consider and plan your 'hybrid learning' next steps, for Covid-19 and beyond
James Pope - Facilitator
James Pope has over 23 years’ experience working in education, and is Director of InspirEDucate, Executive Leadership Consultant to Whole Education, Director of Inner Armour Psychology Limited and Advisory Board member of CollectivED at Leeds Beckett University. Most recently James was Headteacher and executive Headteacher within the Southwest of England, working in schools facing significant educational and financial challenges.
Joysy John - Panellist
Joysy John is an entrepreneur, Edtech advisor and global speaker. She is the former Director of Education at Nesta. Previously she was the Chief Industry Officer at Ada National College for Digital Skills. Prior to joining the education sector, she spent a decade in banking across Singapore, US and UK. She holds a Computer Engineering (Honours) degree from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and an MBA with Distinction from London Business School. She was the Financial Times top 100 BAME leaders influencing tech in 2019 and Finalist for Woman of the Year at the 16th Asian Achievers Award in 2016.
Chris Rothwell - Panellist
Chris has worked at Microsoft for 15 years, across a range of products, groups and functions, but always focussed on how people and organisations can use technology to help them do the things most important to them. Chris now leads the Education Industry team for Microsoft UK, where he and the team work to help any education organisation use our technology to improve Education and help build digital skills to prepare young people for a world of work that is rapidly changing in the face of digital transformation.
Dr. Kristen Weatherby - Panellist
Dr. Kristen Weatherby is a senior education professional whose 20+ year career has included leadership roles in some of the largest global public and private sector players in technology and education, including the OECD, UCL’s Institute of Education and Microsoft. Currently she runs an educational consultancy helping start-ups, SMEs and other organisations understand, measure and communicate their impact in education. She is also co-founder of Edtech Impact’s Evaluate initiative.
eduu.school is the flexible online learning platform that supports schools in delivering a broad and blended curriculum in the classroom and remotely with a unique approach to wellbeing; taking care of the curriculum and the student. Find out more about eduu.school online at hoddereducation.co.uk/eduuschool