Language Development innovations

Explore education innovations recognized by HundrED as well as innovations from shared by the education community across the world.
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Ubongo
Ubongo has the largest "classroom" in Africa, with over 17 million kids learning via our fun TV, radio and mobile edutainment programs. We leverage the power of entertainment, the reach of mass media,
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SOY (Supporting Our Youth) Pittsburgh - Latino Community Center
SOY Pittsburgh is an evidence-based, bilingual PK-5th grade out-of-school time program that prepares students for success in school and life through academics, experiential learning, social-emotional
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Linguacuisine
The Linguacuisine project promotes and explores learning of digital literacy, languages, cuisines and cultures. The free Linguacuisine app helps you learn a language while you’re cooking a meal. With
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Kielistigen (the Language Trail)
Kielistigen is a language trail in Finnish for Swedish-speaking kids. As a form of language-enriched education, the goal is to develop a general level of language awareness, and to create a positive a
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The Language Ambassadors
The Language Ambassadors visit schools and talk about their own unique and inspiring experiences with language learning. With the school visits, the students get a concrete understanding of the person
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The Svenska nu (Swedish now) Network
The Svenska nu (Swedish now) network brings the Finnish-speaking youth into genuine contact with the Swedish language and the Swedish-speaking culture. The mission is to improve the Swedish language s
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Un Buen Comienzo Improvement Network
In order to improve the quality of early childhood education, the role of teachers and leadership teams is crucial. Therefore, Fundacion Educacional Oportunidad has implemented an Improvement Network
Tinkerseeds
Think of a children’s workshop where they create from their imagination using stories as a springboard from which meaningful learning occurs and child-led projects emerge. Our teachers work together w