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Author Archives: Brad Sadler

What live learning data tells us about bilingual learning

Many commentators have highlighted the rapidly growing phenomenon of English Medium Instruction (EMI) – in other words, the use of the English language…
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Rejecting the inevitability of summer learning loss

There’s nothing quite like a long summer break to undo the hard work that students and educators have put in throughout the academic…
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The knowledge gap in every maths classroom: An imperative for individualised learning

Whizz Education was founded on the belief that every child deserves a learning experience that caters to their individual needs and pace of…
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What should AI stand for?

The machines are rising, fast. The seminal moment for Artificial Intelligence arrived in May 1997 when IBM’s chess playing computer, Deep Blue, outwitted…
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