HundrED's Advisory Board reviewed all of the proposed innovations before we selected the final 100.
In order for us at HundrED to select our final list of 100 global innovations, we turned to international education experts. The International Advisory Board represented a broad range of people from different areas within education and from different parts of the world.
To make the process as simple as possible for the Advisory Board members, we split the group into five different boards, with two to four people on each. Over six months, each board was sent two batches innovations.
The feedback they provided was invaluable for us at HundrED and allowed us to tailor each subsequent batch. It will also continue to affect our selection process moving forward.
We are incredibly grateful to our International Advisory Board for their time, energy and expertise over the six months they spent reviewing the innovations.