How has the digital revolution changed traditional parenting? Does good parenting necessitate use of digital technologies? What are the potential risks of “plugging-in”?
In the Netherlands, educating immigrant students requires long-term thinking, a regional focus within a national framework and an understanding of the diverse backgrounds of these students.
High-quality teachers help to improve school outcomes. Norway is implementing a new model for professional development.
Computational thinking and computer science help students build problem solving, creativity and collaboration skills. So should they be taught in schools?
Every day we use mathematics. While technology may have made the mechanics of math less important, thinking like a mathematician is vital for success.
Digital technologies help children to learn, socialise and unwind, but they also pose serious risks. How can education systems respond?