Duncan Wilson, chief executive of Historic England, explains what motivates us to protect and care for our built heritage.
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Ros and Neil Johnson, speech and drama specialists at Theatresaursus, explain the benefits for presentations of improving the voice, and offer some techniques.
What difference can a foreign language make to the hopes of young footballers in the UK? A school student interviewed Martyn Heather, Head of Education at the Premier League, to find out.
Space scientist Professor Monica Grady of the Open University spoke to the British Council's Ellie Buchdahl at this week's London International Youth Science Forum.
Dr Paul Wright, an expert in social and emotional learning, explains what teachers should know when they teach children how to deal with their emotions.
What is our 'cultural heritage' and why does it need protection? The British Council's Stephen Stenning responds.
Emily Reynolds of our schools team explains why it is in students' interests to know about the 'Sustainable Development Goals' (SDGs), and how teachers can teach them.
Erica Dirou, a teacher trainer at the British Council in Egypt, outlines the challenges and offers some tips and suggestions.
Marie Delaney, co-author of a new British Council report called 'Language for Resilience', explains how language learning has helped refugees cope with their situations.
Lucy Norris and Professor Agnes Kukulska-Hulme explain how teachers can help language students get on top of their own learning by using mobile phones.