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What happened on the first fully virtual Girls in ICT Day?

Following the COVID-19 outbreak, Girls in ICT Day 2020 went fully virtual. ITU News spoke to Akanksha Bisoyi, a participant and part of the organizing team, to learn more about the event.


The future of jobs for today’s students

With the current situation leaving many uncertain of their future, ACS International School Doha, took a step further by analyzing today’s economic trends to predict the demand of tomorrow’s jobs.


Best Practice for Long Distance Reading Instruction

One of the main challenges of teaching over the internet is continuing to provide systematic, and individualized, reading instruction. As personal interaction with students is curtailed, it is critical that educators enact strategies that compensate for the interactivity of the classroom. Adapting best practices from Scholastic’s Guided Reading programme could help you to enhance every assignment.


uk: What do we want education to look like in the future?

The Edge Foundation asks key figures from colleges, schools and beyond what we've learned about education in the crisis


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