Stile's Flash PL [https://stileeducation.com/professional-learning/flash-pl/] are short professional learning webinars on the latest in science education and Stile. They're designed to keep you up-to-date with key developments and enhance science teaching and learning at your school. Upcoming Flash PLs Head to our homepage [https://stileeducation.com/professional-learning/
We want our young citizens to graduate from school scientifically literate and ready to tackle tomorrow’s problems; to be equipped to create a better future for themselves and for others. We’re continuing to centre our lessons around important real-world issues that both challenge students and develop their critical-thinking
At Stile, our goal is to ensure that students leave school prepared to tackle tomorrow’s problems. They need to be confident to participate in public discourse around the ethics of scientific issues such as artificial intelligence, vaccination or genetically modified food. Much of the scientific discourse on these global
One of the many realities of our “new normal” is the constant threat of school being closed tomorrow. Closed not for term-long bouts of remote learning — those days will pass soon enough — but rather immediate closures for tactical “deep cleaning” triggered by a cautious, omnipresent test-and-trace program. Such rapid and
Stile is designed to be your ultimate sidekick in the classroom, helping you achieve a seamless blended learning experience. The same features that make Stile a powerful classroom tool make it equally well-suited to remote learning. In fact, distance educators have been using Stile remotely for years! By transitioning seamlessly
Why does so much educational software measure “number of questions answered”? I’m ashamed to admit it, but we’ve done it before too. It is a classic ‘quality over quantity’ vanity metric. “Your students have answered 5000 questions this week” sounds impressive… like students are doing some serious learning.
The iPad was invented in 2010 which seems incredibly recent (I would have guessed much earlier), yet only in the last few years has the impact of technology really been felt in education. Early adopters of technology in education started with computer rooms, and the overhead projector was quickly phased
“Textbooks, ladies and gentlemen, are dead” [https://blog.stileeducation.com/stileeducation-blog/2016/2/19/d0-textbooks-still-have-a-place-in-classrooms] , wrote Daniel Pikler, our Head of Education just a few weeks ago. Danny’s point was that young audiences are used to consuming information via a different medium — a social, digital, multi-media rich one that