“We were forced into the biggest, most sudden education experiment we’ve ever experienced.”
Ernest Jenavs is the CEO of Edurio, the research company responsible for the largest comprehensive multi-stakeholder review of the Covid-19 impact on schools in England to date.
He is a co-author of the research which had 45 thousand pupils, parents and staff take part across 277 schools.
In this surprisingly practical episode, Ernest shares his insights from the research in 4 mains themes:
Ernest shares his concrete findings on:
- The single most important tool leaders have that makes the biggest impact on staff wellbeing;
- The key role of parental engagement;
- The correlation between workload and wellbeing, and the surprising insight that it’s not related to hours worked;
- Two practical skills that make the biggest difference to pupil wellbeing;
- And much more!
You can connect with Ernest:
His email is firstname.lastname@example.org
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