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Smarter learning – how data analytics is shaking up the education sector

Posted by Liam Banks on February 14, 2019

It’s been dubbed ‘the new oil’ and businesses around the globe are scrambling to exploit the repositories of data in their keeping, in a bid to extract actionable insights that can give them an edge on the competition.

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Topics: Higher Education

Communicating more effectively with students? There's an app for that.

Posted by Liam Banks on February 11, 2019

Students who feel engaged with their courses and institutions are more likely to succeed and less likely to drop out; key considerations for providers in Australasia’s competitive vocational and higher education sector.

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Topics: Higher Education, Further Education

The right levers to move Scottish Colleges forward

Posted by Mat Kirby on February 7, 2019

There is no silver bullet Scotland’s colleges can use in the efficiency and performance improvement battle, but with careful, informed and accurate pulling of the right levers, the sector can be in good shape to meet the challenging targets being set. 

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Topics: Further Education

Empowering Education: For anyone who wants to try

Posted by Lauren Hancox on February 7, 2019

They say a picture can paint a thousand words…. But how many words can a 60 second video paint? Just shy of around two million if you read the research. This, combined with living in such an attention deficit economy, we decided that the way to demonstrate the power of our brand was to show it. To show the different ways that our customers' 'customers' engage with education, all over the world.

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Topics: Higher Education, Further Education, Skills, Training and Employability, Schools & Early Years

Tribal HE evening: The five-minute interview

Posted by Daniel Barrass on January 7, 2019

Tribal recently held an evening of wide-ranging discussion and opinion on the state of higher education.  This included a contirbutions on how the policy framework and rapid technological change interact with each other; increasing participation levels over time; investment in the student experience; and fax machines!   

Based on the many challenges we face as a sector, we asked four colleagues for their thoughts on what higher education will look like in the future.

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Topics: Higher Education

10 ways to improve literacy and numeracy skills in Primary Schools

Posted by Lauren Hancox on December 20, 2018

Primary Schools, or more specifically the people working in Primary Schools, make such a difference to young people’s lives. Fine motor, gross motor, and sensory development skills along with social and emotional learning competencies, are the foundations to adult life

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Topics: Schools & Early Years

New apprenticeship providers: what you need to know about Ofsted

Posted by Carla Martinho on December 10, 2018

One of the topics keeping new apprenticeship providers awake at night is the prospect of Ofsted inspection. The regime for inspection of new apprenticeship providers changed earlier this year, here’s a summary of what you can expect.

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Topics: Skills, Training and Employability

What’s stopping UK education leaders moving to the cloud?

Posted by Mat Kirby on December 3, 2018

As cloud spend in UK education is tipped to hit £125m by 2020/21, what are the reasons some leaders might not be quite so quick to jump on the adoption curve?

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Topics: Higher Education, Further Education

Top drivers for UK education cloud adoption

Posted by Mat Kirby on November 26, 2018

With cloud spending within UK education predicted to increase to £125m by 2020/21 some might be forgiven for thinking that moving to the cloud is an objective in itself. Fortunately, education leaders are seeing beyond the technological implementation side of things and focusing on the outcomes cloud brings about. And certainly, in UK education, there are 3 key strategic areas leaders are looking to address through cloud – flexibility/scalability, cost effectiveness/reduced capital expenditure, and efficiency/agility, which account for 68% of the drivers for cloud adoption [1].

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Topics: Higher Education, Further Education

Stemming the STEM teaching crisis – what can the technology sector do to help?

Posted by Tribal Group on November 23, 2018

The past two decades have seen growing awareness of the role STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) play in preparing young Australians for the jobs of today – and tomorrow.

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Topics: Schools & Early Years