The HundrED Spotlight on Digital Wellbeing report provides insight into digital wellbeing education globally, introduces teacher and students perspective on the topic, includes observations from HundrED and Supercell, and describes the 10 Spotlight Innovations in detail. The Spotlight got support from our main partner Supercell, research partner The Diana Award and media partner ISTE,
Together with OP Financial Group, we have identified 10 education innovations teaching youth financial skills from Finland and other parts of the world. The goal of this Spotlight was to identify how young people learn financial skills now and how they could be best taught in the future. These practical, scalable and pedagogically sound innovations are here to increase young people's learning of financial skills.
The HundrED 2019 yearbook summarizes the impact of HundrED and showcases the incredible work of the Inspiring Innovations of 2020. Download it for free now!
The city of Helsinki is proud to be the first HundrED Forerunner. As the world around us has become more complex, new and versatile skills are required in order to thrive. HundrED Forerunner identifies top-level innovations that can improve education immediately and at scale. HundrED Forerunner on Helsinki presents system-level innovations for implementing the goals of the new curriculum in Finland.
Spotlight Switzerland – Digital Transformation at School is part of the HundrED Spotlight collection. It aims to highlight emerging best practices and supports inspiring teachers who actively tackle digital change in the classroom together with their students. The call for projects was open to all teachers working in Switzerland at kindergarten, primary and secondary levels.
HundrED is shining a spotlight on the educators and innovators who are doing extraordinary things to help students in southwestern Pennsylvania. The HundrED Spotlight on Pittsburgh identifies inspiring education innovations from the Pittsburgh region.
The purpose of this study was to collect information about funding needs for scaling up K12 education innovations. HundrED 2019 Global Collection innovators were asked about their current funding status, future funding needs, and their experiences of the funding process in general.
HundrED was asked to research Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) on an international scale. As part of this research ‘Spotlight’ on TVET, three surveys were carried out, eliciting the opinions of TVET institution leaders, employers and students in Finland.
The HundrED Spotlight on Sustainability highlights the innovative practices happening in education that address this important issue. We spent nine months researching sustainability in education and identifying the people already making this a priority in their educational settings. Together in partnership with MUSE School, California, and with the help of an expert advisory board, we’ve selected ten innovations which are impactful, address sustainability in a fresh way and have either spread to other settings or have the potential to.
This report was revealed at the HundrED Sustainability Summit in November 2018.
This research was conducted by HundrED to examine perceived needs of all stakeholders in education globally, through a State of the Debate review and Global Youth Survey. As young people are too often excluded from educational change, a core part of this exploration gains key insights from youth internationally. Everyone has a role to play in improving education, from students to systems leaders, to academics and teachers. It is time to engage all stakeholders, everywhere, to understand that we can utilize deep insights and change from around the world in our continuously interconnecting global community. This will allow us to move forward together, innovating for an education that allows every child to flourish, no matter what happens in life.
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Suggested citation: Spencer-Keyse, A. Jessica & Warren, Frederika (2018), “Every Child to Flourish: Understanding Global Perspectives on Improving Education. Insights from a state of the debate review & global youth survey.’ HundrED Research. https://hundred.org/en/research