Video interviews, live-streamed speeches and social media videos are becoming more and more common. Here is theatre director Paul Bourne's advice for communicating on camera.
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There's a long-held view that students have different learning styles and that teachers have to adapt their teaching to those styles.
- Education, English language, Teaching
When Xiaoming Zhu first started teaching Mandarin Chinese in the UK, she was part of a small but dedicated network of teachers. She explains how the subject has continued to grow.
- Education, Teaching, Primary school, Secondary school, Schools
Is it a teacher's responsibility to bring up difficult global issues such as poverty and women's rights in the classroom? We asked English language teacher Malu Sciamarelli.
- English language, Teaching resources, Teaching
Researcher Dr Jessica Mordsley explains, on the examples of Welsh and Spanish, why rhyme, repetition, and rhythm are so effective in helping us learn a language.
- Music, Schools
Sahar Ullah, founder and creative director of Hijabi Monologues, talks about the show’s ten-year international run and what makes an audience laugh, cry or gasp.
- Theatre, Arts
Performance poet Joe Hakim travelled to Trinidad and Tobago to work with Caribbean poets. We asked him about what he learned.
- Literature, Performance
There are more than 230,000 species of marine life in our ocean. So how do they communicate? We asked FameLab finalist and marine chemical ecologist Dr Mahasweta Saha.
- Science, Scientific research
We asked Dr Nicola Galloway, co-author of a recent report into English as a medium of instruction (EMI), about her research into the growing trend to teach university courses in English.
- English language, Educational research, Publications
We asked 2,000 young people in the UK about their career prospects, interest in political and social action, and the UK's place in the world, as part of the Next Generation UK research.
- Publications, Civil society, Cultural leadership, Educational research