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The four valuable life skills young people can learn from playing Fortnite

Plus + Minus - Equals = The Importance of #Mentoring

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Boston awaits regional winners as global coding competition for computer science students is launched

Academic data is just like enterprise data - Take a lesson from the corporate world

Is your data security passing the test? With summer holidays in full swing, students are trying to avoid counting down the days until term starts again.

Extra-curricular learning does not have to be for the privileged few

As education circles wonder what changes the new Education Secretary’s appointment will bring to the classroom, Exemplar Education’s Darren Tye says “Private tuition does not have to be the preserve of the privileged few in Britain.”

Royal Academy of Engineering set to elect its first Scottish President

The Trustee Board of the Royal Academy of Engineering has nominated Professor Sir Jim McDonald FREng FRSE, Principal and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Strathclyde, as its Presidential candidate for election by Fellows at the September 2019 AGM. Upon election by the Fellowship, Sir Jim would serve a term of five years and would become the Academy’s first Scottish President.

Cutting Edge Virtual Reality Nursing Education with Oxford Medical Simulation #FutureofEducation

Training healthcare professionals using #VR serves to support clinical skill development, advancing safe, high quality patient care The University of New England (UNE) is working with Oxford Medical Simulation (OMS) to deliver state-of-the-art virtual reality software to transform nursing education.

How the learning environment can help defeat rising levels of poor #MentalHealth in young people

While the British Council for School Environments recognises the right of young people to learn in an environment which is safe, healthy and achieves the highest quality education possible, the continued blur in work / life balance has contributed to unprecedented levels of poor mental health among young people in the UK.

#Access to Work: A supportive employer and a flexible workplace makes all the difference

If you are managing an acute illness, have a disability or an impairment, a supportive employer and a flexible workplace can make all the difference to your success.

Allowing students to identify their own negative issues and work on personal strategies to improve #MentalHealth

The UK Government is now advising schools and colleges to concentrate more on the wellbeing and emotional resilience of students with mental health issues.

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