Creating Comfortable Learning Environments
'All classrooms should have natural light and flexible furniture that enables students to feel like they are at home. A better environment feels like home.' Metin Ferhataglu, Director of Technology at Robert College, Istanbul, told us. This month find out how to create a cosy, comfortable environment that inspires learning.
Is This The Best Kindergarten In The World?
Fuji Kindergarten was showcased by the OECD as one of the best school buildings in the world and we’ve selected them to be one of our 100 examples of great innovations in education. What’s all the fuss about? We spoke...
Darina Garland: The Classroom Of Tomorrow Needs To Be Flexible And Unleash Creativity
Darina Garland is Co-Founder and Director of Suklaa Media & Education and Founder of Oppi Festival for global learning
Could Cafe Culture Hold The Secret To Better Classroom Design?
Coffee shops are filled with people hunched over laptops, typing away. Some sit at desks, others work off their laps sinking into comfy armchairs. We all like to work in different positions, which is what teacher Kayl...
Dr Adam Boddison on Preparing Students for the Real World
Dr Adam Boddison is Chief Executive at nasen, a leading SEND membership organization for education professionals in the UK. He shared his thoughts with us on how to prepare students for the real world and why politic...
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03:05 PM - 21 November 2017
Frances Corcoran on Breaking Out of the Restraints of Curriculum
Frances Corcoran, Publishing Consultant for Amazing People Worldwide, discusses the constraints of curriculum and how we should be linking education with real-life experiences.
Sir Ken Robinson On Creating A Global Education Revolution
Sir Ken Robinson explains how real change comes from the ground-up and how we all have our part to play. So let's be inspired and create our own education revolution!
Chandrika Bahadur: The Longevity And The Changing Nature Of Work Are Changing Why People Go To School
Chandrika Bahadur is Director for Education Initiatives at the SDSN, based in New Delhi.
Mark Londesborough: Children Need To Understand That They Can Reinvent The Myths The World Is Based On
Mark Londesborough is Associate Director of Creative Learning and Development at the RSA in London, UK.
Abdul Chohan On How Technology Opens Up New Possibilities In Education
Abdul Chohan is the CEO of the Essa Academies Trust in Bolton
Mick Walker: Government's Job Is To Make Sure That The System Flourishes, Not Meddle With The Content
Mick Walker is Trustee and Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Educational Assessors. He taught in secondary and further education for 18 years.
Sir Ken Robinson Compares Human Organizations To Organisms: Education Is A Dynamic System
Sir Ken Robinson is an international educator, speaker and author.
Sophie Deen: Education Should Teach Us the Impact We Could Have
Sophie Deen is CEO of Bright Little Labs, a children’s media company which makes educationally valuable, gender-neutral, and ethically made books, apps, and games for kids.
Cynthia Campoy Brophy: Education Is A Community Responsibility
Cynthia Campoy Brophy is the founder and executive director of ArtworxLA, founded in 1992, and formally known as the HeArt Project. ArtworxLA addresses the high school dropout crisis in Los Angeles through a long-term...
Alistair Smith: In Addition To Knowledge, We Need To Talk About Attributes, Skills And Experiences
Alistair Smith is director of Education and learning strategist at the learning technologies provider, Frog.