Technology innovation that brings benefits for our students and teachers was our motivation for creating HaileyburyX.
Forged in our experiences of online delivery through COVID-19, our deep learnings about new technologies and pedagogies, and our understanding of how students learn with and through technology, we're preparing for the coming generations of online learning.
Alongside our programme of courses, we're focusing on four specific areas - Artificial Intelligence, Media Literacies, Explicit Instruction and Grand Challenges.
These align to the Haileybury pillars - an entrepreneurial spirit, a global outlook, academic excellence and social justice - and to learning capabilities including literacy and numeracy, analytical thinking, intercultural understanding, enterprise skills and media literacy. All of this in the context of our work in developing new forms of digital credentials which provide a broader view of student achievement, and through which learning can be evidenced, in our HYCreds programme.
In each of these four areas we'll be working at depth, creating not just learning experiences using new technologies, but creating the leading-edge thinking that learning for the future needs, in partnership with both the education sector and industry.
Part learning platform, part innovation space, HaileyburyX is playing a part in Haileybury's development into an adaptive organisation that uses technology as a tool to evolve, that helps us stay at the forefront of innovation and that supports the future development of our digital platforms and services.
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We were delighted to be recognised as one of The Educator Innovative Schools in 2019, 2020 and 2021 for our thought-leadership work on our Medium and Soundcloud channels, for our HaileyburyX AI microcourses and for the HYCreds microcredentialling programme.