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FE Experts Writing Peer To Peer About The Future Of Education 

FE News Feature Articles - Exclusive Peer to Peer thought leadership articles written by leading experts about the future of education and the future of work. #futureofeducation #futureofwork.

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Dr Christopher Thomas is Director of Partnerships for The Yidan Prize Foundation

Loss and Renewal. Using the lessons of t…

May 12, 2021 / Featured Article

We will be studying the last 12 months and its educational impact for decades to come. The closing of schools, colleges and universities in response to the global Covid crisis...

Vivek Govil, Managing Director, UK Education and Education Services business, Oxford University Press

The future of learning is hybrid, so how…

May 11, 2021 / Featured Article

The last year has turned all of our lives upside down. As a sector, we’ve had to adapt and acquire new skills to make sure everyone is benefitting from their...

Anna Sannö, Research Strategy Manager at Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE)

What is preventing girls from entering t…

May 10, 2021 / Featured Article

How can we encourage greater representation in engineering and science?  Female engineers have accomplished incredible feats over the years, from Mary Anderson who brought us the windscreen wiper and Emily Roebling...

Nicole Thompson, Ed.S Certified School Psychologist, The Urban School Psychologist

Adverse Childhood Experiences: The Invis…

May 08, 2021 / Featured Article

#TraumaInformed - Prior to the pandemic, the number of black children that were impacted by adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) was staggering at sixty-one percent in the United States. Over the past...

Sam Robinson is a Senior Researcher at Bright Blue, a liberal conservative think tank.

Could the Government be doing more to ad…

May 07, 2021 / Featured Article

Spring has well and truly sprung, as people have been revelling in their first trip to the pub since restrictions eased recently. The vaccine rollout is steaming ahead. Meanwhile, online...

Graham Hunter, VP of Skills Certification, CompTIA

The rise of the T-shaped worker - Unlock…

May 06, 2021 / Featured Article

IT Managers are More Essential Than Ever Before  Online learning and teaching didn’t originate from the COVID-19 pandemic; it was already a legitimate industry, with many people occupying online teaching and...

Dr Deirdre Hughes, Director, dmh associates

Informing the Future: The Leadership of …

May 05, 2021 / Featured Article

With rapid change, risk, uncertainty impacting on individuals and wider society some serious efforts are needed now and, in the future, to support the leadership of thinking. Education and employment systems...

Charlotte Aynsley, Safeguarding Advisor, Impero

What does online safeguarding look like …

May 05, 2021 / Featured Article

In recent discussions with college leaders, I have noticed a common refrain: they welcome our current return to relative normalcy, but they believe that the balance of offline-to-online education will...

Andy McGregor is director of edtech and Sue Attewell is head of edtech at Jisc, the UK’s education and technology not-for-profit

Artificial Intelligence has the potentia…

May 04, 2021 / Featured Article

As @Jisc launches its National Centre for Artificial Intelligence in Tertiary Education, Sue Attewell and Andy McGregor describe the benefits of #AIED for student, staff, institutions – and UK plc  Let’s seize this moment to transform teaching and learning with artificial intelligence  We’re building...

Jonathan Perry, Manager of Client Services, EMEA, Instructure

When it comes to skills, the pandemic is…

Apr 30, 2021 / Featured Article

UN Secretary General António Guterres recently paid tribute to the resilience of students, teachers and families in the face of the global pandemic that, at its peak, forced almost every...

Emma Scott, Director of Operations, Vocational and Technical Qualifications, Ofqual

Monitoring the awarding of VTQS in 2021

Apr 29, 2021 / Featured Article

In a previous article for FE News, my colleague Catherine Large explained how Ofqual has introduced an exceptional regulatory framework to support the awarding of the 15,000 vocational and technical...

Nye Cominetti, Senior Economist at the Resolution Foundation

Three reasons to be particularly concern…

Apr 28, 2021 / Featured Article

A U-Shaped crisis  Young people have been at the epicentre of the Covid-19 crisis. The severe restrictions and lockdown closures of social sectors of the economy – such as hospitality, retail...

Dr Deborah Talbot, Employment and Education Editor, MWS Technology Ltd

Where’s the data? Does the UK really k…

Apr 28, 2021 / Featured Article

With the Plan for Jobs and Skills for Jobs – the two big policy initiatives on skills over the last year – it looks as if the importance of vocational...

Steven Spence, lead for Teaching, Learning and Innovation at The Sheffield College

Opportunities on the horizon for the qua…

Apr 27, 2021 / Featured Article

The terms remote, blended, online, distanced, synchronous, asynchronous have become common rhetoric over the past year in education. Much discussion has followed on the impact and effectiveness of technology to support...

Alan Woods

Let’s Create A Sporting Chance for Ski…

Apr 26, 2021 / Featured Article

As the British sociologist Anthony Giddens once said, “Dr Martin Luther King did not stir his audience in 1963 by saying, ‘I have a nightmare’”. Indeed, if this most recent...

Ian McIlwan, Director of Development and Partnerships at FutureLearn.com

How HEIs can respond to the growing ‘n…

Apr 23, 2021 / Featured Article

The notion of a ‘job for life’ was already in the process of being eroded by evolving pre-pandemic workplace trends. Younger generations have been at the forefront of this as...

Jamie Pitchforth, Head of Education Practice, EMEA at Juniper Networks

Location Services – Make or Break for …

Apr 22, 2021 / Featured Article

Jamie Pitchforth, Head of Education Practice, EMEA at Juniper Networks, looks into how institutions can enrich their on-campus experience for students and faculty with actionable insights and assured access, while respecting...

Audrey Giacomini and Thana El-Sallabi, respectively Manager and Associate of WISE

The power of Collective Intelligence: Cu…

Apr 21, 2021 / Featured Article

The power of collective intelligence can move mountains. At its simplest, collective intelligence is the process by which a large group of individuals gather and share their knowledge, data, and...

Jon Faulkner Managing Director, Domain7

How connectivity and technology looks se…

Apr 20, 2021 / Featured Article

Technology has been one of the winners of 2020.  Because of the necessity of staying away from people in real life, we have all come to rely on technology to...

Chris Thomson

Seeing the wood AND the trees - What’s…

Apr 19, 2021 / Featured Article

Maybe you’ve heard this story about motivation: the visitor to a cathedral building-site who interviews three bricklayers. “Laying bricks,” says the first; “Putting this wall up,” says the second; “Building...

Tale Heydarov

No Child Left Behind

Apr 19, 2021 / Featured Article

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we live, work and interact with our friends, colleagues and family members. Entire industries have transformed rapidly, and millions worldwide have adjusted to...

Edward Grange, Partner at Corker Binning and Jessica Maguire, Legal Assistant at Corker Binning

Now the conversation has started it must…

Apr 17, 2021 / Featured Article

#EveryonesInvited: Now the conversation has started it must continue if society is to work together to eradicate sexual harassment in schools and colleges  Concerns of the existence of a rape culture...

Dr Paul Armstrong- Senior Lecturer within the Manchester Institute for Education, University of Manchester

Further education will benefit from main…

Apr 16, 2021 / Featured Article

To salvage positives from the rubble of the pandemic is a difficult task, particularly given we are still far from being out of the crisis. However, all sectors appreciate that...

Lorna Wagner, Programme Manager, Careers & Outreach, at Maritime UK

Freeports will create some 170,000 jobs …

Apr 15, 2021 / Featured Article

Renewable energy, cybersecurity, naval architecture – why job seekers should consider maritime  For Chancellor Rishi Sunak, the eight English freeports announced last month will ‘exemplify the future economy’, and ‘unlock billions...

Teresa Carlson

The pandemic has disproportionately impa…

Apr 14, 2021 / Featured Article

The last year has highlighted the incredible capabilities of technology. Technologies such as cloud computing have enabled our workplaces, our governments, and our educational institutions to keep operational in the most...

Dr. Louise Karwowski, Head of Science, Cognassist

How to support neurodiverse learners: #8…

Apr 13, 2021 / Featured Article

The speed at which we can process information is obviously hugely relevant in learning settings when time with tutors and the programme curriculum are structured to specific timeframes. ‘‘Many cognitive activities...

Megan Clarken, CEO at Criteo

We no longer need to wheel tea trolleys …

Apr 13, 2021 / Featured Article

The 1980s doesn’t seem so long ago. But for women in the workplace, it was a different world. When I started my first job, writing cheques in an accounts payable office...

Adam Watson, director and co-founder of Every Compliance and HR

Going paperless – helping the educatio…

Apr 12, 2021 / Featured Article

 As schools and colleges across the country have returned to the physical learning environment after a turbulent year of virtual education and home-schooling, there’s no doubting that technology has played...

Tom Bewick, Chief Executive, Federation of Awarding Bodies and presenter of Skills World Live radio show

Five questions that the FE White paper s…

Apr 10, 2021 / Featured Article

When the Skills for Jobs white paper finally arrived in January this year, it was met with a generally positive welcome from the sector. The Skills for Jobs identified five key...

Jason Elsom is CEO of the youth social mobility charity, Speakers for Schools

Net-Zero – A golden ticket for Youth E…

Apr 09, 2021 / Featured Article

#GreenSkillsWeek - Shining a spotlight on the green economy and opening the minds of young people to the jobs available  No one can dispute that the pandemic has played havoc with lives...

Louise Allen, Group Director (Business Development), NOCN

Learning lessons and leveraging new tech…

Apr 09, 2021 / Featured Article

In March last year when the country went into lockdown, I don’t think anyone imagined that one year on many in the sector would still be working remotely, trying to...

Dr Michaela Brockmann, Lecturer, Southampton Education School, University of Southampton, Dr Rob Smith, Professor of Education, Birmingham City University, and Dr Vanessa Cui, Research Fellow, Centre for the Study of Practice And Culture in Education, Birmingham City University

Employers in the driving seat: Wrong tur…

Apr 08, 2021 / Featured Article

The attitude and engagement of employers towards both on- and off-the-job training is one of the most critical factors in determining the quality of an apprenticeship. Our research "Employers' attitudes...

Digital Learning

Shrinking the digital divide in educatio…

Apr 07, 2021 / Featured Article

With school doors finally open again after another national lockdown, pupils are back in the classroom environment, socialising with their friends and reconnecting with teachers. It’s a welcome return and...

James Farr, Director of THINK

Unfinished business: business support se…

Apr 06, 2021 / Featured Article

Government’s recent white paper, Skills for jobs: lifelong learning for opportunity and growth, sets out an ambition for College Business Centres to work with employers to drive innovation and productivity. In...

Dr. Louise Karwowski, Head of Science, Cognassist

How to support neurodiverse learners: #7…

Apr 06, 2021 / Featured Article

Our visual perception allows us to organise information we’re seeing and interpret it accurately. It involves things like hand/eye coordination, copying information and mental visualisation. “The ability to perceive complex patterns and...

Chris Smith, UAL Level 2 Art & Design Subject Lead, and the Tutor for IB Environmental Systems and Societies at Plymouth College of Art

Skills for Green Jobs: a vocational outl…

Apr 05, 2021 / Featured Article

#GreenSkillsWeek2021 - Way back before the world changed and we all started wearing strange masks, in the dim and distant past of 2019, students around the world were taking to...

Caroline Lewis, Sales Director, Tiger

What role does data analytics play withi…

Apr 03, 2021 / Featured Article

There’s been a lot of change in the education sector over the last 12 months, and it’s only recently that institutions have started reopening their doors to teachers and pupils...

Kate Fitzpatrick, Lead Digital Strategist, Great State

Why customer experience is critical to f…

Apr 02, 2021 / Featured Article

Covid-19 has been a powerful catalyst, accelerating emergent trends and setting new consumer expectations. As some degree of normality becomes reality, the organisations that will excel are not focused on...

Jane Hickie

Into work and onto skills training - the…

Apr 01, 2021 / Featured Article

The government has made a sizeable investment to underpin the Prime Minister’s “Opportunity Guarantee” announced last June to give every young person “the chance of an apprenticeship or an in-work...

Stewart Watts, Vice President, EMEA, D2L

Lessons from the pandemic: how technolog…

Apr 01, 2021 / Featured Article

Over the last year, it has become apparent that to ensure educational continuity, we need to take greater strides toward digitalization within our schools and universities, and provide appropriate training...

Mark Creighton, CEO of Avado

The vaccine roll-out provides a model of…

Mar 31, 2021 / Featured Article

This year’s Budget was a little lighter on information about new schemes for young people than many expected. That said, it remains clear that providing alternative routes into work for the...

Nikos Savvas, CEO, West Suffolk College Group and Suffolk Academies Trust

Employers and educators must work togeth…

Mar 31, 2021 / Featured Article

As we start to emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic, thoughts are turning to the re-building of the economy. Many businesses have suffered while other industries have met with growing demand...

Dr. Louise Karwowski, Head of Science, Cognassist

How to support neurodiverse learners: #6…

Mar 30, 2021 / Featured Article

Like literacy, our numeracy skills often get reduced down to our ability to do sums in our head and wondering why we studied algebra at school when we never use...

Sam Blyth

This time it’s personal - meeting the …

Mar 29, 2021 / Featured Article

The next generation of students — dubbed Generation Z, or sometimes Zoomers — will soon be flooding into higher and further education. Millennials may be tech savvy, but Gen Z...

Preparing young people for work: Innovat…

Mar 27, 2021 / Featured Article

The pandemic has had a disproportionate impact on the young. Existing shortcomings in the education system have been compounded by abrupt changes in the labour market. As the skills that...

Catherine Large, Ofqual Director of Vocational Qualifications

Regulating the awarding of VTQs in 2021

Mar 27, 2021 / Featured Article

The last year has seen unprecedented disruption to teaching and learning caused by the pandemic, and assessment is no exception. It is Ofqual’s role to regulate for the validity and...

Jack Hylands, Co-Founder of FourthRev

The role of universities in leading us o…

Mar 27, 2021 / Featured Article

Although far from unique, the higher education sector has experienced a particularly tumultuous 12-months. The pandemic has brought unprecedented difficulties for all stakeholders, and myriad challenges remain across admissions, course...

Paul Mudd

“It’s Time To Stop Talking About Rec…

Mar 26, 2021 / Featured Article

 A year on from the first lockdown, is it now time to stop talking about recovery? Because what if nothing is different when the surge cedes, the waves abide and fewer...

Luke Aviet co-founder and CEO of Space Republic the creator of Pluto™

Spaced out – environment matters when …

Mar 26, 2021 / Featured Article

A year of restrictions, health concerns and economic turbulence has taken a heavy toll on emotional wellbeing across all sectors of society. Data published by the ONS shows that 57% of...

Graham Hasting-Evans, Managing Director, NOCN Group

Skills for Jobs White Paper - The Level …

Mar 26, 2021 / Featured Article

In the FE #SkillsForJobs White Paper, @GavinWilliamson sets the bar high when it comes to his vision for its impact: “This White Paper is not just about a new economic dawn...

Agata Nowakowska, AVP EMEA, Skillsoft

Uncovering The Workplace Maturity Gold M…

Mar 25, 2021 / Featured Article

As the digital economy continues to develop, organisations are changing their recruitment and development strategies to source the technical skills required to deliver online products and services. To a large...

Jacqui Molkenthin

Ensuring the correct level in end-point …

Mar 24, 2021 / Featured Article

One of the most common areas of difficulty I find when working with End-point Assessment Organisations (EpAOs) is in the development (design and testing) of their tools and materials. Some...

Simon Parkinson, CEO and General Secretary, The WEA

SKILLS WITHIN REACH - HOW BEST TO SUPPOR…

Mar 24, 2021 / Featured Article

The WEA (@WEAadulted) recently hosted a virtual roundtable with the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Adult Education under its new Chair, Margaret Greenwood MP. The meeting welcomed the Skills Minister, Gillian Keegan...

Sam Blyth

Edtech accessibility: why software desig…

Mar 23, 2021 / Featured Article

Since the pandemic began, discussion around access to education technology has focused emphatically on inequalities in hardware provision. Senior figures in government, tech and education have all grappled with the...

Dr. Louise Karwowski, Head of Science, Cognassist

How to support neurodiverse learners: #5…

Mar 23, 2021 / Featured Article

Literacy doesn’t just refer to our reading or spelling skills. It encompasses everything we perceive about language, including: Vocabulary. Language processing power and speed. Reading fluency and comprehension. Spatial perception – listening and speaking. Understanding...

Chris Quickfall, CEO Cognassist

Utilising AEB allocation to increase acc…

Mar 22, 2021 / Featured Article

It’s really no secret that the pandemic has been one of the biggest challenges faced by the education sector in recent history. Attainment across all age groups has sadly –...

Ellen Cole is the founder of Little Seed Group

How dyslexic entrepreneurs are leading t…

Mar 20, 2021 / Featured Article

In this article, Annabel Mulliner from Little Seed Group explores the advantages #dyslexic individuals have in business, and how businesses can make the most of these traits. There are plenty of...

Michelle Rainbow

Ground-breaking Gatsby Careers Pilot Hai…

Mar 19, 2021 / Featured Article

An independent evaluation of the Gatsby Benchmarks of Good Career Guidance Pilot has been released. The North East Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) played a central role in the Pilot and Skills Director Michelle Rainbow reflects on this and how even after the Pilot was completed, the...

Clare Hutchinson, Director of Network, The Careers & Enterprise Company

Collaborative Careers Hubs at heart of d…

Mar 19, 2021 / Featured Article

Blackpool’s upward journey and positive trajectory, set out in their recently published 10 year education plan, is a story now shared in many areas of disadvantage across the country. Focused investment...

Stewart Foster, Chief Operating Officer and Responsible Officer at NCFE

Assessment and Teaching: This period of …

Mar 18, 2021 / Featured Article

@Ofqual VTQ consultation – What does this mean for the #FutureOfAssessment? This is part of a series of pieces on how further education and skills can be the cure for the societal impact of Covid-19. We examine...

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At FE News the Feature article contributors don’t just cover the latest news, they create it, by sharing expert insights into the latest developments, education strategies and their views on how education policy will impact the education sector.

Find the latest exclusive peer to peer thought leadership and Op-Ed Articles written by experts across Further Education, Work Based Learning, Skills, Employability and Apprenticeships in our featured articles section of FE News. Here you will find expert insights, the latest developments and strategies across Further Education, skills and college news.

FE News are renowned for having the latest views and trending ideas, as well as topics from leading experts from the sector and world of work. Here you can read or listen to experts discussing the latest strategic developments, their views on how the latest education policy will impact the sector, through to sharing best practice and innovation in education delivery and the future of education.  

We are always keen to engage with experts who would like to contribute to solution led, peer to peer thought leadership content, sharing best practice, innovation and emerging technology within education. Here at FE News we encourage discussion on the future of education in a thought leadership community, training and employment. We invite authors to get involved in the debate, by becoming a part of the FE Community, to continually improve the FE system.

 

Submitting Thought Leadership Articles About The Future Of Education

FE News is a digital news publication that encourages a wide angled view of the FE sector and the future of education. We have a thriving thought leadership Community, where we continually add positive sector building voices to help develop the sector.

FE News is actually a long form proprietary based publishing platform. This means, we encourage user generated content from experts in the sector and offer FE News as a platform to share expert opinions, views and strategies.

We accept a range of thought leadership articles and expert insights on topics including anything affecting the future of education and the future of work. We actively encourage articles that positively showcase the impact of education and work based learning, so we encourage you to send over your latest news about the education sector for us to publish on FE News. We promote diverse opinions, reports or articles from experts working in area of the education sector. The foundation of a contributor’s relationship with our audience is your newsroom (which is home to your content). Click here to set up a newsroom.

Whether you are submitting a feature article about recent educational news or the future or education, all thought leadership articles need to be between 650 - 2000 words and be exclusive to FE News. We also need the Name, Job title and Organisation of the author and have an accompanying image; usually a head shot of the author 750px by 570px. If you would like to get involved or you would like more information, here is a link to our style guide:

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The FE News Channel gives you the latest education news and updates on emerging education strategies and the #FutureofEducation and the #FutureofWork.

Providing trustworthy and positive Further Education news and views since 2003, we are a digital news channel with a mixture of written word articles, podcasts and videos. Our specialisation is providing you with a mixture of the latest education news, our stance is always positive, sector building and sharing different perspectives and views from thought leaders, to provide you with a think tank of new ideas and solutions to bring the education sector together and come up with new innovative solutions and ideas.

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Every week FE News has over 200 articles and new pieces of content per week. We are a news channel providing the latest Further Education News, giving insight from multiple sources on the latest education policy developments, latest strategies, through to our thought leaders who provide blue sky thinking strategy, best practice and innovation to help look into the future developments for education and the future of work.

In Jan 2021, FE News had over 173,000 unique visitors according to Google Analytics and over 200 new pieces of news content every week, from thought leadership articles, to the latest education news via written word, podcasts, video to press releases from across the sector, putting us in the top 2,000 websites in the UK.

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Our main features are exclusive and are thought leadership articles and blue sky thinking with experts writing peer to peer news articles about the future of education and the future of work. The focus is solution led thought leadership, sharing best practice, innovation and emerging strategy. These are often articles about the future of education and the future of work, they often then create future education news articles. We limit our main features to a maximum of 20 per week, as they are often about new concepts and new thought processes. Our main features are also exclusive articles responding to the latest education news, maybe an insight from an expert into a policy announcement or response to an education think tank report or a white paper.

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FE Voices was originally set up as a section on FE News to give a voice back to the sector. As we now have over 3,000 newsrooms and contributors, FE Voices are usually thought leadership articles, they don’t necessarily have to be exclusive, but usually are, they are slightly shorter than Main Features. FE Voices can include more mixed media with the Further Education News articles, such as embedded podcasts and videos. Our sector response articles asking for different comments and opinions to education policy announcements or responding to a report of white paper are usually held in the FE Voices section. If we have a live podcast in an evening or a radio show such as SkillsWorldLive radio show, the next morning we place the FE podcast recording in the FE Voices section.

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In sector news we have a blend of content from Press Releases, education resources, reports, education research, white papers from a range of contributors. We have a lot of positive education news articles from colleges, awarding organisations and Apprenticeship Training Providers, press releases from DfE to Think Tanks giving the overview of a report, through to helpful resources to help you with delivering education strategies to your learners and students.

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We have a range of education podcasts on FE News, from hour long full production FE podcasts such as SkillsWorldLive in conjunction with the Federation of Awarding Bodies, to weekly podcasts from experts and thought leaders, providing advice and guidance to leaders. FE News also record podcasts at conferences and events, giving you one on one podcasts with education and skills experts on the latest strategies and developments.

We have over 150 education podcasts on FE News, ranging from EdTech podcasts with experts discussing Education 4.0 and how technology is complimenting and transforming education, to podcasts with experts discussing education research, the future of work, how to develop skills systems for jobs of the future to interviews with the Apprenticeship and Skills Minister.

We record our own exclusive FE News podcasts, work in conjunction with sector partners such as FAB to create weekly podcasts and daily education podcasts, through to working with sector leaders creating exclusive education news podcasts.

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