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Everyday Kindness Project
Students will perform kind works everywhere, such as at home, at school, in public, etc. These actions need to be recorded in photos, videos, kind stories, etc. Theref...
Graduate Aims Database
The Graduate Aims Database is a growing collection of summaries focused on research-based learning outcomes that schools often take influence from when constructing th...
Panal strives to empower students in their school and community through an extracurricular, semester program of seven sessions to develop their socioemotional abilitie...
dHive Design Studio
dHive is a network of innovation hubs where children design market ready products using locally available resources. As they get involved in design for social change, ...
Global Oneness Project
The Global Oneness Project brings the world's global cultures alive in the classroom. They provide award-winning films and photo essays which explore cultural, social,...
Lyfta is a rich media learning experience from Finland that invites pupils to have memorable, immersive experiences with real human stories from around the world. Lyft...
Roots of Empathy
Roots of Empathy is an evidence-based classroom program for primary school children that decreases aggression, including bullying, and increases prosocial behaviours s...
A fully immersive travel programme to connect young people growing up as expatriates in Shanghai with the local, rural community
A unique early intervention solution to adolescent anxiety. The MeeTwo app allows young people to post their problems, share solutions, access educational resources an...
Connecting students around the world through exciting, authentic projects to learn about cultures and global challenges. Groups of penpals use weekly sessions to conne...
Forest School is a long term, child centred process that offers all learners opportunities for holistic development through regular, hands on learning experiences in a...
(Don’t) Guess My Race makes learning about race and identity fun, educational and meaningful to everyday life while also increasing inclusion at school and sparking co...
Trix and Trax
Trix and Trax help students discover and develop talents in arts, music, dance, sports...Who they are? and what is their passion? through "peer learning". In and out o...
An educational platform dedicated to collaborative investigative learning where curiosity rules. GlobalLab takes the premise of project-based learning and expands the ...
Free Range Kids
Free Range Kids is a simple to adopt class-based program to encourage children to walk to school with an emphasis on adventure.
Mantle Of The Expert
Making stories to create imaginary contexts for learning.
THINK Global School
THINK Global School is a travelling high school where students live and learn in four countries a year, making unforgettable connections between their education and th...
A social and emotional learning curriculum that teaches children essential skills for academic and life success by exploring the unique characteristics of shelter dogs.
NaTakallam connects displaced people — primarily Syrian refugees — with students around the world, to provide affordable, flexible and tailored language practice, inte...
Shadow a Student
The Shadow a Student Challenge is a fun, illuminating, and supportive journey where school leaders come together to empathize with their students and take new kinds of...
An international project that uses astronomy to inspire a love of science and promote tolerance and empathy through a greater understanding of our place within the uni...
Philosophy for Children
Philosophy for Children is a global movement that aims to teach reasoning and argumentative skills to children in schools.
Liger Leadership Academy
Liger learners are taught to become 'Change Agents', to take initiative through an inquiry process by seeking real-world problems and creating solutions through a comb...
Geelong Grammar School has pioneered a school-wide approach to student and staff wellbeing known as Positive Education. Based on the science of Positive Psychology, Po...
Design for Change
Design for Change empowers students to be socially aware and proactive change agents in their community. Through undertaking self-directed community projects, children...
Initiative for Peace
An initiative to train young people to become peace-builders, with the aim of facilitating peace conferences for youth from areas of conflict or post-conflict, ultimat...
Green Bronx Machine
Green Bronx Machine builds healthy, equitable and resilient communities through inspired education, local food systems, and 21st century workforce development. Student...
TingTing Poetry Education
A new way to teach traditional poetry education using music, art & television to create & use songs that are entertaining and appealing to children.
Outdoor Discovery Centre
In a world where technology is ubiquitous and there is a growing disconnect between people and the environment, the Outdoor Discovery Centre gives every child the cogn...
A project-based learning method that encourages students to work collaboratively and proactively, through engaging with key global issues relating to the United Nation...
Bringing Theater into the Classroom
This innovation describes three different ways for teachers to introduce methods from drama-based pedagogy and drama education into their lessons. This innovation was ...
Empathy is the Future Trend in Education
The return to a divided world has made people question why there has been a shift in popular mood towards intolerance, with many pointing to a lack of quality education as to why people have xenophobic opinions.
Empathy Is The Only Way To Stop The Cycle Of Bullying And Abuse
How do we prevent abuse and bullying? Roots of Empathy Founder, Mary Gordon, believes it all comes back to empathy – and the research backs her up. In Gordon's empowering speech f...
Cleary Vaughan-Lee: Storytelling Gets To The Heart Of Learning
Cleary Vaughan-Lee, Executive Director of Global Oneness Project, shares her passion for storytelling and explores how stories can shape education for the better.
50 Years On, What Can Educators Do To Uphold Martin Luther King Jr's Legacy?
It’s been fifty years since the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr, and as anniversaries tend to do, it makes you reflect on the impact of his legacy. Th...
Global Oneness Project Premieres New Film At Tribeca Film Festival!
The team behind Global Oneness Project will have their latest film, Earthrise, premiere at this year's Tribeca Film Festival on the 21st of April! Earthrise, by award-winnin...
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...
A Very Global View on Education: What We Learnt
It was clear the ability to understand and communicate on a global level struck both the panel and the audience, and was a key topic of conversation over the course of the evening. People now have to collab...
Reading, A Romantic Reverie Or The Key To Unlocking A Child’s Future?
Reading has been proven to teach kids empathy, and is therefore an important tool for parents, teachers and schools to utilise when trying to help students enhance this ...
Introducing The First Global Innovations
We have announced our first ten global innovations! This blog explores the necessity and importance of Global Oneness, Education Cities and Blueprints.
Kerstyn Comley & Suzi Godson on Addressing Mental Health in School
Kerstyn Comley and Suzi Godson are the co-founders of MeeTwo, an app that provides a safe and simple way for young people to get help for anxiety.
Mutt-i-grees Hits the News!
CBS has reported that New York schools are “going to the dogs.. in the best possible way!” The report highlighted how the incredible work of Mutt-i-grees is changing the lives of children and their four legged friends at New Bridges Elemen...
The Next 100 Years Of Education - What Does The Future Hold?
Welcoming in a brand new year got us thinking about the years ahead - what could the next 100 years of education look like?