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How to engage and connect with your remote workforce in 2021

Posted by Ella Higham on January 7, 2021

How to engage and connect with your remote workforce in 2021

 

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Topics: Blog

Improving English and mathematics planning and intervention for all groups of pupils

Posted by Karen Simpson on December 7, 2020

Improving and then maintaining school improvement at any time is challenging; no one can deny that this is even more so during the current pandemic. Our own experiences as school leaders, and recent research (e.g. Education Endowment Fund), has evidenced the negative impact of the lockdown on the progress of all pupils, with our most vulnerable being in an even more disadvantaged position.

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Topics: Schools & Early Years, Quality Mark, Blog

Cloud technology in education: why more institutions are moving to the cloud

Posted by Mike Cope on December 1, 2020

Mike Cope spent ten years as CIO at University College London (UCL) before joining Tribal as CTO in 2019. Having seen first-hand the pushback on cloud adoption rates in the education sector for the last decade, Mike discusses why he believes there has been a shift in mindset over the last 12 months. 

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Topics: Higher Education, Further Education, Blog, Cloud Technology

Creative ways to keep connected beyond your bubble

Posted by Ella Higham on November 30, 2020

With the latest tier restrictions recently announced, it has become evident that life will continue to be restricted until Spring 2021. We cannot connect with others like we used to, and it is becoming increasingly clear that people are yearning to feel close and connected to their loved-ones.


Thanks to technology (not forgetting the rule of six and public parks), we can still stay connected with friends and family. Here are some ideas to explore throughout December:

 

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College Of The Future Report Decoded: What Technology Is Really Needed?

Posted by Sarah Athow-Frost on November 24, 2020

What does the college of the future really need to look like in order to meet the challenges faced by society over the next few decades? That’s the weighty question at the heart of the final report from the Independent Commission on the College of the Future. 

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Topics: Blog, School Improvement, Digital Transformation

Creative curriculum to further develop children’s reading, writing and mathematical skills

Posted by Margaret Griffith on November 17, 2020

I feel quite sure the main issue at the forefront of the minds of all primary educators, after the difficult, enforced absence from the classroom for the majority of our pupils, is how we can now maximise and improve children’s performance across all aspects of English and mathematics.

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Topics: Schools & Early Years, Quality Mark, Blog

Does moving to the cloud save money? Here’s what university and college CIOs think…

Posted by Tribal Group on October 13, 2020

Migrating services to the cloud in higher education is happening at a faster rate than ever before. According to Tribal’s CTO, Mike Cope, this is primarily because the sector’s appetite for risk has changed as education institutions seek solutions that provide the most up to date capability, for the maximum number of use cases, whilst also providing enough flexibility to adapt to increasingly frequent business changes.

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Topics: Higher Education, Further Education, Blog, Cloud Technology

Higher Education funding: Overcoming the big challenges

Posted by Tribal Group on October 5, 2020

 

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Topics: Higher Education, Blog, Cloud Technology, Digital Transformation

Moving your on-premise edutech to the cloud: 6 tips from CIOs

Posted by Tribal Group on September 28, 2020

Cloud technology in education

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Topics: Higher Education, Blog, Cloud Technology, Digital Transformation

Why you should be attending Empower Online if you work within Further Education or Skills and Training

Posted by Ella Higham on September 18, 2020

In times of great change, we are holding our free of charge, online conferences (W/C 12th October 2020) to discuss the significant issues that will help colleges and training providers become more resilient and continue to deliver quality education.

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Topics: Further Education, Blog, Skills & Training, Events