Discover the latest podcasts from the Cambridge Assessment Group
How a teacher training programme is adapting during Covid-19
Anna Richards from the Suffolk & Norfolk School Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT) joins colleagues from Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing to discuss how the SCITT's teacher training programmes have been forced to adapt during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Teaching migration, empire and colonialism in Britain's history lessons
Are UK history lessons inclusive enough so that everyone can see themselves in the story? Do they take into account the many legacies of the British Empire and colonialism? History teachers, Clare Broomfield and Sitara Amin; historian and co-lead of the Runnymede Trust's 'Our Migration Story', Sundeep Lidher; and Lead Subject Advisor at OCR, Mike Goddard, join us in this important discussion.
How Covid-19 is shaping the future of education
Michelle Fava, Mark Andrews and Dan Frost reflect on ideas discussed at last year's SHAPE Education conference and consider how Covid-19 has created the conditions for innovation in education.
Proposals to develop a GCSE in natural history
OCR's development of a GCSE in natural history is discussed by Jill Duffy, OCR Chief Executive and Tim Oates, Cambridge Assessment Director of Assessment Research and Development.
How can we support women and girls in science education?
To celebrate the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, as an exam board, we are considering what Cambridge Assessment can do to support and encourage female learners in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) subjects.
Using technology to ensure curriculum coherence
In this podcast based on their Summit of Education afternoon session, Nicky Rushton and Darren Macey of Cambridge Maths discuss how new technologies have the potential to transform the delivery of a subject like mathematics in classrooms.