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Hong Kong School Centres Wellbeing in all Pillars of Student Life

Introduction Harrow strives to promote a strong sense of wellbeing in its three pillars of education: academics, co-curriculars, and pastoral care. They previously relied on an annual, long form survey to inform their approach to wellbeing, as well as a shorter termly survey; however ‘the school felt this data had limitations in terms of how […]

Taking a Preventative Approach to Student Wellbeing

Introduction Supporting the wellbeing of students comes naturally to school staff. Intuitively, we all know that prevention is better than postvention. It’s the reason why we all strive to NIP it in the bud (Notice, Inquire, Provide). The question is, how can you NIP often enough and early enough to achieve a preventative approach to […]

Resources – now available in Pulse!

We are thrilled to announce that the Resources feature in ei Pulse is now Live! We have partnered with a world-leading expert in student wellbeing – Angela Duckworth, founder of Character Lab – to bring you more than 150 tips and playbooks that you can use at your school. Some of these resources are activities […]

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Leadership

Hong Kong School Centres Wellbeing in all Pillars of Student Life

Introduction Harrow strives to promote a strong sense of wellbeing in its three pillars of education: academics, co-curriculars, and pastoral care. They previously relied on an annual, long form survey to inform their approach to wellbeing, as well as a shorter termly survey; however ‘the school felt this data had limitations in terms of how […]

Taking a Preventative Approach to Student Wellbeing

Introduction Supporting the wellbeing of students comes naturally to school staff. Intuitively, we all know that prevention is better than postvention. It’s the reason why we all strive to NIP it in the bud (Notice, Inquire, Provide). The question is, how can you NIP often enough and early enough to achieve a preventative approach to […]

Resources – now available in Pulse!

We are thrilled to announce that the Resources feature in ei Pulse is now Live! We have partnered with a world-leading expert in student wellbeing – Angela Duckworth, founder of Character Lab – to bring you more than 150 tips and playbooks that you can use at your school. Some of these resources are activities […]

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Professional Development

State of PD for School Support Staff

State of PD for School Support Staff Support staff, like teacher’s assistants, bursars, and maintenance managers are an essential part of a successful education plan. They provide the structure, organisation and physical assistance that allows teachers to do their most effective work. Often, professional development in education dismisses the importance of this vital role. However, school leaders who […]

The Feedback Waterfall

The feedback waterfall: Start at the top and then cascade to all staff  Feedback is an essential part of effective professional development in education. Without understanding the viewpoints of peers, leaders, and students, educators will struggle to find a way to meaningfully develop their skills. The feedback waterfall helps schools approach establishing a feedback system […]

Student Voice – Making Student Feedback Work

Student feedback is a powerful and effective tool for improving student outcomes.  Building a strong student voice allows students to give their input to what happens in the classroom, empowering students to become active members of the school community. Data and research tells us that not only is it one of the most powerful means […]

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News

Student Privacy and Data Collection

A recent investigation into the education technology (EdTech) endorsed by 49 governments for children’s education during the pandemic, highlighted that of 164 EdTech products, the majority (89%) of these online learning platforms put at risk or directly violated children’s privacy and other children’s rights, for purposes unrelated to their education. As a result of the […]

Independent Schools Queensland and Educator Impact Partner Together to support school leaders.

We are excited to announce our partnership with Independent Schools Queensland (ISQ).  The partnership between ISQ and EI will enable 150 school leaders from Queensland independent schools to build their leadership capability with 360 feedback, reflection, and goal setting. ISQ is the peak representative body for independent schools in Queensland and a respected source of […]

Fogarty Foundation and Educator Impact Partner Together

Fogarty Foundation and Educator Impact Partner Together As part of our mission to support educators on their professional development journey, we are pleased to announce our partnership with Fogarty Foundation. Fogarty Foundation offers an integrated leadership, management and support program, tailored to the needs of each school. Fogarty believes supporting school leaders is one of […]

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