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New wordless languages
Knowledge is not words. Words suffocate complex knowledge. Like IKEA and LEGO instructions, we don´t tell people; we show. Every human being can understand what to ...
A digital learning tool that inspires children to create their own characters who live in a magical digital world. The focus is to improve writing skills through gamif...
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Bringing words to life – improve language skills for children to be ready for primary school.
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NaTakallam connects displaced people — primarily Syrian refugees — with students around the world, to provide affordable, flexible and tailored language practice, inte...
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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.
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The ViLLE eLearning path makes it possible to enhance and differentiate teaching. It introduces gamified, automatically assessed and motivating tasks into math, progra...
Reading Grandmas and Grandpas
Reading Grandmas and Grandpas visit schools to help students struggling with reading. During the reading session, the student gets positive reinforcement and the undiv...
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Why We Shouldn't Say Au Revoir To Languages
There is a huge divide between those who learn languages and those who don't. Languages can help students stand out in a competitive job market - so let's innovate language classes to get young people learning the...
How Sports, Plants and Animals Can Bring Together Diverse Communities
Education has the opportunity to take the lead on mending fractured societies and to help people from different cultures and backgrounds integrate together. We look at s...
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Aline Sara on the Importance of Learning A Second Language
Aline Sara is the founder and CEO of NaTakallam, a social enterprise that hires refugees as language partners to teach language learners over Skype.
Don’t Miss This Opportunity To Bring Arabic Language & Culture To Your Classroom, For Free!
Until 2nd March educators can bring NaTakallam to their classroom, totally for free! Find out more...