In today’s challenging and changing learning environments, Social and Emotional Learning must be a priority for formal education systems globally
We are looking to identify impactful & scalable educational innovations supporting the development of SEL skills.
Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) is the process through which all people acquire and apply the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to manage emotions, achieve personal and collective goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain supportive relationships, and make responsible decisions. These skills and competencies develop over the course of our lives and are essential to success in school, work, home, and community.
Effective SEL programs should ensure emotionally safe learning environments, foster caring and nurturing relationships, be responsive to learners’ needs, and integrate socio-cultural contexts. The innovations should be intentional, active, and focused on specific SEL skills. Through this Spotlight, we aim to identify innovative changemakers working in a variety of contexts in order to help spread their work to education systems around the world and provide quality education for all.
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HundrED & The Royal Academy of Bhutan Announce the Launch of a New Spotlight on Holistic Education
This Spotlight Aims to Identify & Showcase Innovations from Bhutan and Southeast Asia that Helps the Learners Develop Holistically
The goal of this spotlight is to identify 10 highly impactful and scalable education innovations focusing on Holistic education in Bhutan & Southeast Asia. This Spotlight is accepting innovations from the following countries: Bhutan, Brunei, Burma (Myanmar), Cambodia, Timor-Leste, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, India, Nepal, and Bangladesh.
By raising up innovations that focus on the holistic development of an individual and society, The Royal Academy and HundrED hope to enrich the conversation about the role of education in promoting a more just and harmonious society and give communities constructive resources for driving their own development.
Submit your solution before June 6th, 2021.
HundrED & The World Bank Announce a New Project Transforming Teacher Professional Development
Spotlight on Teacher Professional Development in 2021
Scalable approaches to in-service teacher professional development are needed for countries to eliminate learning poverty and achieve inclusive and equitable quality education for all – the World Bank together with HundrED launches a Spotlight to identify tech-based solutions to support teachers.
The World Bank Group, Global Partnership for Education (GPE), and HundrED are teaming up to identify and share leading solutions from around the world that are helping teachers thrive in an ever-changing classroom. Through this Spotlight: Teachers for a Changing World, we aim to find solutions that train and improve teaching practices around the world. The Spotlight selections will be announced and promoted in August 2021 to education leaders, policymakers, and teachers around the world and contributes both to the World Bank Group's goal of eliminating Learning Poverty and HundrED’s mission of helping every child to flourish in life.
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Meet the most impactful and inspiring innovators in K12 education from around the world!
Watch HundrED Innovation Summit 2020 content online!
2020 has been a year like no other. So this year we decided to do something we have never done before, we chose to move the entire HundrED Innovation Summit online. The HundrED Innovation Summit was held free of charge over the course of three days. We crossed oceans and time-zones to help education stakeholders connect and share their innovative ideas and practices.
The main event announced the selected Innovators for the HundrED 2021 Global Collection. Other events held during the summit were Creativity, Quality Education for All, Education 2030 sessions and Tribute to Sir Ken Robinson. You can watch all the sessions on-demand on the summit page. Live streaming of the event was supported by the LEGO Foundation.
HundrED in partnership with The LEGO Foundation released a Spotlight Report on Creativity and highlighted 20 innovations
Spotlight on Creativity discovers and celebrates leading innovations doing exceptional work in fostering creativity in education
HundrED in partnership with The LEGO Foundation released a Spotlight Report on Creativity to help answer the question: how can we effectively nurture creativity in education? The results of the report shows there is no shortage of practices and solutions currently being implemented in many parts of the world that are both impactful and scalable. It is our hope to inspire more education systems to adopt creativity as a critical component of students’ learning and development process.
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HundrED Global Collection: 2021
2020 has seen the largest ever impact on education globally. COVID-19 has forced everyone to adopt and adapt new ways of teaching and learning at a speed like never before. With these current needs in mind, the HundrED’s annual Global Collection highlights 100 leading innovations in K12 education from around the world to anyone for free. Now in our 4th Collection, the goal is to inspire a grassroots movement by helping pedagogically sound, ambitious innovations to spread and adapt to multiple contexts across the world. To make this year’s Global Collection, a shortlist of innovations was reviewed by 150 Academy Members consisting of academics, educators, innovators, funders and leaders from over 50 countries.
Take a look at some of the latest spotlight collections and innovators selected by the HundrED research team
What have we done?
Together with our partners we help educators, innovators and funders
We identify well researched and impactful solutions to various problems, challenges and needs that educators all over the world might have and help in the implementation process.
We offer visibility, encouragement and credibility innovators deserve and try to create meaningful connections with educators.
Sometimes funders have resources but cannot identify solutions that have a track record and potential to work in multiple locations. We are happy to help.
Our partners are visionary leaders that are promoting education innovation through our collaborative projects on every continent.