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innovation5 Areas of Development
A new school culture that refocuses the curriculum to address 5 key areas of development (cerebral, physical, emotional, spiritual and social) and uses innovative methods to actualise the potential of
A whole school community founded on the philosophy of empowering students to manage their own learning and turn their ideas into reality. At Templestowe College "Yes" is the default.
innovationPrikkle Academy's Grassroots Makerspace
An open solar-powered space within the community where children and youths in rural Nigeria can find and freely choose digital, technical and artistic tools to collaborate and create social solutions.
Using an online tool and a series of reflective activities, students identify their strengths, their innate positive energies. One identified, students are paired on teams to use their strengths to so