Hub School 21
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Hub School 21 is a project of collective intelligence that reinvents education in the 21st century
How do we counteract school failure and lack of interest ?
How do we help children to address the challenges of today’s world?
4 pillars at Hub School 21 :
- Learning by doing: a change of posture between children and teachers using flipped class and learning by singing, travelling, cooking, meeting,...
- Positive psychology: a caring environment to strenghten self-confidence & success
- Openness to the world: children participate in building a sustainable planet and
- Hard & soft skills: Positive assessment including self-evaluation, peer-to-peer evaluation to reinforce academical achievments, relational & emotional skills
We think that education should not be limited to academic teaching methods. We are developing an holistic approach taking the children’s needs into account and moving around to learn (in the city, in Nature, in companies, in France & abroad).
Excellence is what we are aiming for :
Pedagogical tools at the forefront of innovation
Recognised experts in our staff
Work overseen by educational sciences specialists
Our itinerary school breaks down barriers between spaces, subjects and ages : small groups, intergenerational activities, phenomenon based learning, links with companies, other schools, cultural and natural spaces.
We are sharing and improving our educational project with an international technological watch.
Fanny Peissik, curious and committed founder, is convinced that school and teaching methods must be changed to train the 21st century’s citizens.
Around Hub School 21 she has federated a powerful team of more than 150 changemakers: a sophrologist, several teachers, experts in education such as researchers, entrepreneurs, students, volunteers, retired…
Each of them wants to give meaning to learning and enable children to reveal their talents in a fulfilling environment. They participate in creating a hub of innovators to move the lines of education worldwide.