Interdisciplinary innovations

Explore education innovations recognized by HundrED as well as innovations from shared by the education community across the world.
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Designathon: Teaching for creative changemaking
Our mission is to unleash the creativity of children, empowering them to design a better world. Together with teachers, parents, schools, clubs and through challenges, children on every continent, lea
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Designathon Works
Our mission is to unleash the creativity of children, empowering them to design a better world. We work with children on every continent from a huge array of backgrounds, every child is welcome. In a
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ArtEd21
Art education, the original makerspace, is reborn in the 21st century as the all-inclusive, cross-curricular, creative amalgam that it once was in the Renaissance. Using 3D printers, Lego blocks, vid
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An award-winning ecosystem of hardware, software and electronic components that lets any teacher, club leader or mentor, deliver an engaging computer science and STEAM lessons, regardless of their com
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Lyfta
Lyfta is a digital learning platform where teachers and pupils can access stunning storyworlds and curriculum-based lessons. Lyfta invites pupils to memorable, immersive experiences with real human st
Kialo Edu
Kialo Edu is a free, custom version of Kialo (kialo.com), the world's largest argument mapping and debate site, specifically designed for classroom use. Kialo's mission is to make the world a more tho
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PenPal Schools
Connecting students around the world through exciting, authentic projects to learn about cultures and global challenges. Groups of penpals use weekly sessions to connect and collaborate on a selected
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Innovation Institute
Innovation Institute at Shanghai American School is a two-year interdisciplinary project-based learning program in high school wherein students grapple with a series of open-ended, complex questions t
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Progress at what cost?
An interdisciplinary unit designed for middle school students which combines learning from literacy, language, literature, history, psychology and social sciences, by delving into the periods of rapid
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Work with, within and for the City
Our school and classes don’t have boundaries. The students work in the same projects in Civics, English Language, Information and Communication Technology, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry and Portu
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The Museum School
The Museum School reduces educational inequality by bringing schooling to underprivileged children in the form of their local museums, giving them high-quality infrastructure, teachers and materials,
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Mastery Transcript
An alternative model of assessment, crediting and transcript generation that calls for students to demonstrate mastery of skills, knowledge and habits of mind.