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How to put students at the heart of timetabling

Timetabling methods have shifted from blackboards that endlessly change, to pieces of cardboard with lots of coloured pins, to hundreds of post-it notes on a whiteboard, and now timetabling software. But one thing remains the same: school timetables can be ...

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Robot helps bring new curriculum to the classroom

"The task of the modern educator is not to cut down jungles, but to irrigate deserts.” – CS Lewis Like plants need water to grow, we believe learning requires inquiry to flourish. We have a 58-centimetre-tall NAO humanoid robot named P!nk at Our ...

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