Bringing together The Day's user community and some of the educators and thinkers that inspire us. Join us to learn how to bring real world news into your classroom and engage future generations in building a better world.
Real-World Learning Live! is a four-day digital event that connects The Day's user community and some of the educators and thinkers that inspire us. Speakers' topics include information and misinformation, how to create a confident and happy classroom, using the news to develop debating skills, the value of project-based learning and case studies for using The Day to support literacy and SEN.
The Day provides schools with classroom-ready news stories and related activities. The Day builds cultural capital by explaining the news and linking it to the UK and IB curriculums. It is designed to support literacy (with multiple reading levels), oracy (through topical discussion topics), critical thinking, news literacy and a positive mental attitude with a range of activities from short lesson starters to full-scale debates. Above all, The Day helps nurture the global citizens of the future by giving pupils an insight into other people's experiences and dilemmas around the world.
Join us at Real-World Learning Live! to share your experience of bringing the news into the classroom.
The value of information in a world of fake news
Writing the news: how The Day can inspire, engage and raise attainment in primary learners
Panel: Getting to grips with real-world, project-based learning
Case Studies from schools embracing real-world learning
Don't just learn there, think something! Developing better thinking skills to drive attainment
REACTS! Framing Inquiry-based Learning through The Day
Using the news to inspire debates in secondary learners
The Happy Classroom: creating the right emotional foundations for learning
Over four days, Real-World Learning Live! will deliver engaging talks and teacher-led workshops entirely online. Dip in and watch the specific talks that interest you most, or catch them all. It’s up to you.View the schedule
Creative educators, journalists and experts come together to share their combined years of knowledge. Topics include information and misinformation, how to create a confident and happy classroom, using the news to develop debating skills, the value of project-based learning and case studies for using The Day to support literacy and SEN.Meet the speakers