In this episode, Alice talks to Chemistry and Biology teacher Dr Lindsay Robertson about her work in the classroom, and how her school is working to improve the mental health of staff and students.Read More
We’re back with our round up of education news from around the world in October!
In this episode we discuss parents protesting large class sizes in China, returning to school in a post-conflict zone, the International Maths Olympiad and facial recognition technology in schools.Read More
In this episode, Emma speaks to Alisha who lives and works in India.
Like a lot of people, Alisha didn't know that she wanted to work in education, but when she finished her degree she knew that she wanted to explore the social sector and she is now in her fourth year of working in education. She describes her initial move into teaching as a “leap of faith”.Read More
In this informal chat about education and news from around the world, Emma and Alice discuss exam protests in Germany, advertising exam cheating on YouTube, Vietnamese parents spending over 10 hours a week on their child's homework, pupils missing out on their education while Venezuela is in crisis and an idea from the UK government to improve teacher retention.Read More
In this episode we speak to Tracie Pile who lives and works in New Zealand in a Maori unit within a larger school. The students in her school represent a diverse variety of cultural backgrounds, and Tracie mostly works with those from Maori and Pacific Island communities.Read More