Bringing Nature Into Education
This Spring, why don't you take inspiration from Forest Bathing and use nature as a means to tackle students' mental health? Or maybe find out how to teach the vital knowledge of sustainable living? Whatever your interests, the natural world can be a rich learning resource.
4 Ways To Bring Sustainability Into School
Creating a sustainable world is vital, so we need to make sure it's a topic covered in education. There are magnificent schools and projects across the world who are already doing this, so here’s four of our favouri...
Teacher Testimonials: Going Green in Beautiful Bali
Sustainability is increasingly important to schools. But, where can you find the professional development opportunities to up your eco credentials? We hate to break it to you, but you might need a t...
Immerse Kids In Nature And Watch Them Grow
Exploring nature used to go hand in hand with being a child but now children spend the vast majority of their time indoors. Immersing kids in nature couldn't be more critical, so we're exploring effective ways for...
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Jeff King: Students Leave Our School As Sustainability Natives
Jeff King is Head of School at MUSE School California, the school behind 'Blueprints' - an innovative approach to individualized assessment.
How Can We Make Sure Every Child Flourishes? Our Research Report On Improving Education Has Been Published!
Our research report ‘Every Child To Flourish’, which investigates global perspectives on improving educat...
Want Kids To Be Happy? Teach Them How To Communicate
Dutch teenagers have been found to be the happiest students in the world once again. What can we learn from them and the longest study into human happiness, in order to help our young people live ha...
Want To Banish Cell Phones From Class? Read This First
Yes, cell phones can be a distraction. But internet-enabled devices can also open up a whole world of learning experiences that previous generations could only dream of.
'Parents Really Matter' – How To Engage Parents In Education & Why You Should
Children growing up in poverty are already a year behind their wealthier counterparts by the age of three. However, there are still children who manage to o...
Students Are Voicing Their Opinions, But Is The World Listening?
We hear from Jordy Angel Coldwell about the importance of student voice in education, and Jessica Spencer-Keyse shares insights from HundrED's latest research, which includes r...
There's A Growing Educational Gap Between Rural And Urban Areas, Connectivity Could Help Solve It
It’s predicted that by 2030, two thirds of the world’s population will live in cities, with only one third living in more ...
Positive Pick-Me-Up: These Schools Show Meaningful Innovation Can Be Built From The Ground Up
Innovation isn't all about the latest technology or flashy gadget. Find out how Escuela Nueva schools in Colombia bring quality...
Youth Initiative In Macedonia Gets Young People Active In Education Change
52% of students want more opportunities to voice their opinion on education. Pegasus English Language School in Macedonia is giving young people a platform to ...
Can We Design Our Schools To Inspire Joy And Increase Learning?
Could the schools we’re constructing for our young people be limiting their joy? It certainly seems so. We explore the design principles behind joy and how to design better enviro...