Exploring EdTech, Wellbeing and Poetry with Bukky Yusuf

Jan 24, 2021 | Podcast

“We need to be having ongoing conversations with openness and a willingness to learn and listen. Then translate that into meaningful, sustainable action.”

Bukky Yusuf is a senior leader, science teacher and coach. She’s had a number of leadership roles within mainstream / special schools and is an ambassador for Leadership Matters.

Bukky is a Network Leader and coach with grassroots organisations WomenEd and BAMEed.

In this wonderfully wide-ranging episode, Bukky shares:

  • How to use educational technology (ed-tech) to enhance wellbeing
  • The most important thing to get right with ed-tech
  • Setting your own work-life boundaries
  • The work of WomenEd in supporting women into leadership roles;
  • The work of BAMEed in addressing biases against teachers of ethnic minorities
  • The power of poetry, including us sharing 3 beautiful poems
  • and much more.

You can connect with Bukky:

On Twitter
On Instagram
On LinkedIn
Her website teachleadco.wordpress.com
Her YouTube channel is B Yusuf Teach

Other mentions in this episode:

Teacher 5aday
BAMEed Network
Edurio school research home.edurio.com
James @Innerscope1


Keep Going L.E. Bowman

Take Time by Liam Porter

For Courage by John O’Donohue


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