Quality Education for All during Coronavirus

Health officials are currently taking steps to prevent the introduction and spread of COVID-19 (“Coronavirus”) into communities across the world. The pandemic situation is affecting the lives of many students, families & communities. This special collection is collecting stories and solutions from schools around the world doing their best for students.
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12.3.2020
Proactive Measures In Education During The Coronavirus Pandemic
The current state of education globally is seeing a shift, especially in relation to learning environments. With the increasing amount of schools focusing on online delivery methods as well as parents
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5.3.2020
A Guide For Caring for Children During Extended Family Confinement
The following document has been developed by Jesse Coffino and Krystina Tapia in consultation with Cheng Xueqin, in response to the continued global transmission of novel coronavirus COVID-19. This is
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6.7.2018
'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 overcome their difficulties and manage to do

Starting Early, Starting Right

The emotional, social and physical development of young children has a direct effect on their overall development and the adults the become. These innovations help teachers, parents and other education stakeholders to start early and start right.
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29.7.2016
Dr. Joanne Orlando: Early Childhood Education Has A Personalized Approach And We Should Learn From It
Dr. Joanne Orlando, Senior Lecturer of Early Childhood Education at Western Sydney University shares how we need to learn from the personalized approach in early childhood. A leader in the field, her 
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2.3.2020
The Magic Of Early Childhood Education
This month, we're talking early childhood education and highlighting the importance of the first years in a child's life. With the increase in research on the benefits of early childhood education, le
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1.6.2019
Play Is Being Eroded From Early Childhood Education And Why Should We All Be Advocating For It
‘Play is a critical tool for children’s development not just in the early years but right through their childhood,’ says Marcus Veerman, CEO and Founder at Playground Ideas. In this article, we explor

Leadership & Systemic Education Change

What does it take to create a long-lasting impact through our schools and education communities? What kind of leadership supports empowerment? This month, we focus on innovations that are helping schools change and supporting systems to innovate and adapt for the benefit of our children.
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1.2.2020
Innovation Inspiration: Solving The Education Crisis Requires All-Hands-On-Deck!
What does it take to create a long-lasting impact through our schools and education communities? What kind of leadership supports empowerment? We must focus on innovations that are helping schools cha
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1.2.2020
Three Schools Leading The Way To A Brighter Educational System
It takes bold thinking to reimagine a system that has largely remained the same since its conception, like education has. But for us to truly renovate education to make it compatible with today’s worl
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3.4.2017
Sir Ken Robinson Compares Human Organisations to Organisms: Education Is A Dynamic System
Sir Ken Robinson, Ph.D. is an international educator based in Los Angeles, California. He is a world-leading speaker on topics such as creativity, innovation, and human resources in education and busi

Developing Students Wellbeing

In today’s digital world, how are we supporting young people to adopt healthy habits when using digital devices so that they fully develop their mental, physical and social wellbeing? What are the most effective innovations around the world that support the holistic wellbeing of students?
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10.10.2019
RUOK? What Do I Do When The Answer Is No?
For World Mental Health Day, we asked Project ROCKIT—HundrED 2019 innovation, to share healthy ways to respond when someone says they are not okay. Here are some tips that we can suggest!
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14.10.2016
Erika Brodnock: We Need To Identify How A Child Learns Best And Play To Their Strengths
Erika Brodnock is the Founder and CEO of Karisma Kidz, an interactive brand developed over two decades that teaches children skills in wellbeing. The aim of the program is to strengthen the parent-ch
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1.1.2020
New Year, New You! Let's Talk Wellbeing In 2020
A new year is a great time to reflect, look back at the past year and look forward to the new year ahead. Wellbeing in education is a hot button topic and we are excited that people that it is on peop

Teaching & Learning For Future Workplace

How are we preparing for a future that changes in unforeseeable & significant ways? What do our students need to prepare for their future life? With key changes in migration and globalization patterns, which innovations are effectively building employability and holistic career skills in our students?
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2.12.2019
The Future of Education for The Future of Work
Over the past several years, we have heard more and more about how the rapid changes as a result of technological advancements in automation, deep learning, and artificial intelligence will lead to un
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2.12.2019
You Can't Truly Prepare Children For The Future Without Teaching Them How To Protect The Planet
You can’t prepare children for the future without taking into consideration climate change. So how do you prepare them for this uncertain future? Take a leaf our of Eco-Schools book and put sustainabi
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2.12.2019
Rose Luckin: Students, Teachers And Parents Working Together Are The Future Of Education
Rose Luckin is Professor of Learner Centred Design at the UCL Knowledge Lab in London. Her research involves the design and evaluation of educational technology using theories from the learning scienc

Celebrating HundrED 2020 And The Education Innovations Community

Who are this year’s innovations? What key themes and needs are coming out of the collection? This month we will focus on exploring and discovering the HundrED 2020 Global Collection of inspiring K12 innovations and the people, opportunities, struggles, and stories behind them.
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1.11.2019
The HundrED Brightest Sparks in Education for 2020
The countdown is on! The HundrED 2020 was released on November 6th at the 2019 HundrED Innovation Summit. For our third global collection, we have gained various insights on the incredible innovations
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1.11.2019
Looking Back At Previous HundrED Innovation Summits And Why You Don't Want To Miss One
As we get ready for the 2019 HundrED Innovation Summit, Lee Carlton from the THINK Global School shares his experience with the previous summits and why he is excited to rejoin this year!
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1.11.2019
HundrED To Release The Education Funders Collection: A Step Towards Helping Innovations Scale
Earlier this year, HundrED released Innovators Funding Needs For Education Innovations, a research report giving insight into the various kinds of financial support that global education innovations n

Inspiring Educators (And How To Become One)

Who’s managing to do amazing things within the current system? What can educators learn from others thinking outside of the box? What resources are available for educators to professionally develop their skills?
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1.10.2019
To Inspire Students, We Need To Inspire Our Teachers
On-going teacher-training and support is one-way organisations around the world are helping educators to feel supported and at the top of their game so that they can go on to fully support their stude
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1.10.2019
Five Inspiring Educators, Innovating Education From The Ground Up
The singular power of educators cannot be underestimated. In a world where education seems stuck in the last century, here are five inspiring people who are innovating education and positively influen
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1.10.2019
What Do Educators Need To Do To Innovate Education Themselves? In Conversation With The Teacher’s Guild
In order for educators to deliver a contemporary, forward-thinking education, they need to be fully supported and taught how to innovate education in a way that is beneficial for both students and the

Numeracy, Literacy & Basic Skills

Without the basic levels and access to education, no one can succeed. Who’s making this a reality for everyone? How can we keep improving education in this area? What are the innovative ways we can teach basic levels of literacy and numeracy?
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1.9.2019
The Fundamental Skill For Literacy, And How We Can Help All Children To Learn It
Literacy is the bedrock of all education. Without a strong understanding of language, communication and writing skills, it is near impossible for children to succeed in their educational careers and b
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1.9.2019
How The Radio Can Reach The World's Most Vunerable Children
According to UNESCO, 264 million children around the world still do not even gain their primary school education, let alone their secondary education. This is doubly concerning for today’s world where
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1.9.2019
Five Ways Numeracy And Literacy Have Been Innovated Around The World
Literacy and numeracy are the key skills that set up a child for their entire educational career, as well as for the rest of their lives. Unlike newer subjects such as coding or technology, literacy

Students Taking The Lead

How can students take control of their own education? What do they want to see more of in their educational experience? What innovations are allowing space for youth to take the initiative?
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1.8.2019
How Can We Meaningfully Include Students' Voices in Schools?
The simple fact is that young people’s voices just aren’t being heard. That’s not to say that educators haven’t been trying, but there’s a difference between asking for feedback and truly listening. I
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1.8.2019
Five Ways Kids Want Education To Be Improved (And Who’s Already Been Listening)
Last year, we asked students from all over the world to take part in our global youth survey as part of our research report, Every Child To Flourish. In this article we share today’s students top five
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1.8.2019
The Right To Be Heard: Education Innovations That Harness Young People's Voices
Covering the wide landscape of today’s problems including period poverty, climate change, gun control, diversity in the media and LGBTQIA+ visibility, young people are calling out the injustices they

Leaders Shaping A Better Education System

What can leaders do to create change in education? Who are the outstanding leaders around the world? What examples are there of effective change coming from above and why are they doing what they do?
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1.7.2019
How Can Teachers Help To Keep Education Up-To-Date?
The ultimate leader in the education system is the one who is in the room with the students once the bell rings and the door closes, the teacher. However, when class sizes are rising, curriculums have
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1.7.2019
Can Our Cities Help To Create A More Equal Education System?
Education, as a system, has always presented a unique opportunity to level the playing field, to help every child to succeed in whatever is their given talent and dream. However, our schools have beco
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1.2.2020
Three Schools Leading The Way To A Brighter Educational System
It takes bold thinking to reimagine a system that has largely remained the same since its conception, like education has. But for us to truly renovate education to make it compatible with today’s worl

Supporting The Development of Early Childhood

What are the developmental needs of children in early childhood? Who’s providing the best environments and experiences for children at this age? How can current preschools improve their approach?
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1.6.2019
How Seattle Is Creating A Nature-Led Preschool For All The City's Children
How can we provide city children with an outdoor learning experience so they too feel a connection with the natural world and build a love for learning and exploring? In Seattle, Tiny Trees Preschool
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1.6.2019
Can The Finnish Preschool Model Work Around The World?
In a globalized time, it can seem distasteful to take a concept out of its homeland and copy it around the world. We don’t want to lose our individual cultures and customs in a well-meaning attempt to
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1.6.2019
Play Is Being Eroded From Early Childhood Education And Why Should We All Be Advocating For It
‘Play is a critical tool for children’s development not just in the early years but right through their childhood,’ says Marcus Veerman, CEO and Founder at Playground Ideas. In this article, we explor

Preparing Youth For Today’s Globalized World

How do you broach the subject of sustainability in schools? Can students learn and collaborate globally? Are there ways of making students globally literate in an increasingly globalized world?
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1.5.2019
How Can We Foster A Global Mindset In Today's Students
Living in a globalized world, where we are more connected to each other than ever before, brings a new set of challenges – and opportunities – for today’s societies. Though globalization often conjure
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1.5.2019
The London Sustainability Project Set To Spread Across Europe’s Schools
Where to start with sustainability. The issues surrounding our planet are complex and vast, and it seems like every part of our lives negatively contributes to Earth’s wellbeing. So how should we star
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1.5.2019
Three ways to make our schools more globally minded
We’ve never been as connected as we have been today, and it’s a good job too. The world’s leading scientists in a report for the UN say we have twelve years to make the changes needed to prevent disas

Personalizing Learning & Assessment

How can we make learning more personal? Is there a way of making assessment truly meaningful? We take a look at all of the educators making education more meaningful for children individually.
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1.4.2019
How Can We Capture Children's Full Range Of Abilities?
One of the most depersonalizing aspects of the education system is assessments. However, formative and summative assessment can provide useful insight into the gaps in a child’s knowledge and can prov
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1.4.2019
Four Ways To Make Personalized Education A Reality For Every Child
Personalized learning puts children at the heart of learning. But breaking down an embedded system is difficult to master, so let’s take a look at who’s managed to make personalized education a realit
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1.4.2019
Why Mastery Learning Is The Most Important Part Of Personalizing Education
Personalized learning is often seen as a luxury item in education. However, if we focus on the building blocks of personalized learning rather than the whole spectrum of ideals, we might find a simple

Diversifying Education

Want to make education an inclusive experience for everyone? We look at the innovations creating an equal playing field no matter your gender, race or other identities; and how to educate children on all these diverse issues.
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1.3.2019
To Tackle The Shame Surrounding Girls, We Need To Demystify Periods
One thing that really shouldn’t be behind the times in education, seeing as it isn’t a new issue, is sex education – and in particular the topic of periods. Periods have always happened, without them
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1.3.2019
Four Innovations from HundrED 2019 Creating Equal Access To School
The obstacles facing equality in education are vast and various. Each obstacle is unique to its location informed by larger cultural problems and norms. However, one thing that is constant is that the
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1.3.2019
How To Introduce Children To Experiences Different From Their Own
The best way to encourage children to be kind and respectful of others’ lives and experiences is, of course, to start young. If we want to bring up the next children to have empathy, we need to find e

Why STEM And The Arts Both Matter

Instead of pitting sciences and arts against each other, we look at how they work together, are both fundamentally important and how to educate young people in both in a fun new way. We hear from the people pioneering new and innovative ways to get kids excited about STEM, the arts or both!
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1.2.2019
Why We Need Both STEM And The Arts
We're presently living in a world where the arts and humanities are separated from science and technology. The outcome is giant tech industries that don't account for our humanity and that add to a po
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1.2.2019
How Do We Get Kids Interested In STEM And Diversify The Industry?
The STEM industries are still dominated by white men, what can education do to diversify the future of these industries? Perhaps approaching STEM through different avenues could help make the differen
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1.2.2019
5 ways to open up STEAM education
Here are 5 of our favorite ways of opening up the world of STEAM, to help unlock the science, technology, engineering, arts, and math skills every child has.

Untraditional Skillsets and Why They're Important For Today's World

We're constantly told the world is undergoing exponential change, so how do we prepare children for this uncertain future? This month, we take a look at the skillsets children need in an uncertain world.
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2.12.2019
You Can't Truly Prepare Children For The Future Without Teaching Them How To Protect The Planet
You can’t prepare children for the future without taking into consideration climate change. So how do you prepare them for this uncertain future? Take a leaf our of Eco-Schools book and put sustainabi
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3.1.2019
Teacher Testimonial: Help Children Learn about the Complex World of Emotions and Socializing with Ginnie and Pinney
Paulette Maskell, Head of Early Learning at Shelford Grammar in Australia, explains how the book series Ginnie and Pinney is helping to prepare her young students for education, and life in general, b
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17.1.2019
Why Media Literacy Should be Top of Every Educators Wish List in 2019
The gap between the 'real' world and education has been growing for decades, but it's never been as important as it is today to update our curriculums. In a world where anyone can post anything worldw

Educating The Whole Child

This month we're highlighting the people who are embracing mental and physical health within education, looking at how learning environments can assist with this & discovering how to create a community around schools.
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4.5.2018
Lene Jensby Lange: Children Shouldn't Have To Leave Their Dreams At The Doorstep Of School
Lene Jensby Lange is an Education innovation consultant and learning space designer. She is the founder of The Autens Consulting House, creating schools for the 21st century through interactions with
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12.12.2018
Connecting Children To The Outside World Benefits Everyone, Here's Why
Our communities can be a rich resource for learning and can help to create a more equal education system, so why aren't we utilising them? We take a look at how communities can enrich learning and hea
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10.12.2018
Five Ways To Improve Your Learning Environments
From playgrounds to classrooms to whole school design – find out how you can create an environment that stimulates learning!

Discover The 100 Inspiring Innovations Of 2019

Our 100 Inspiring Innovations of 2019 have been released! Explore the world's most exciting innovations, spanning the entire landscape of education, and be inspired to improve education where you are.
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7.11.2018
What Does This Year's 100 Inspiring Innovations Tell Us About Education Globally?
We chat to the HundrED researchers to discover what this year's research process reveals about the state of education around the world and to gain their valuable insights.
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7.11.2018
Our 100 Inspiring Innovations Of 2019 Have Been Announced!
This year's collection of 100 inspiring innovations in education have been released! Find all 100, for free, on our platform and discover the world's leading education innovations.
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20.11.2018
Helsinki Education Week & The HundrED Summit: A Reflection
Joe Pucci is on a year-long mission to investigate culture, character, and wellness in learning environments around the world. So far his travels have taken him to Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and Helsink

HundrED Class of 2018

It's been a year since our 100 Inspiring Innovations of 2018 were shared with the world! We catch up with the innovators to find out what they're working on now, how their innovations are being used in education and where they've spread to.
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3.10.2018
HundrED Class of 2018: Assessment Becomes Socio-Emotional Friendly At MUSE School
We catch up with our 100 selected innovations of 2018 to see what they've been up to over the last year. Find out how MUSE School are updating their innovative assessment model to recognize the import
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8.10.2018
Pedro Russo On Science, Empathy and Global Citizenship
"The obvious case would be to use astronomy to teach about science and technology, but we want to go a bit beyond that and give them a sense of global citizenship..."
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17.10.2018
HundrED Class of 2018: What Happens When A Traveling High School Alters Its Course?
"The perception of our school typically revolves around where we are located, but in our eyes, it’s what we do in country that truly counts." Lee Carlton, Marketing Director of TGS, explains the evolu

The 6Cs – Skills That Last A Lifetime

58% of students want skills that prepare them for life such as creativity, communication and empathy. This month, we're exploring who's teaching these skills in refreshing ways, and why they're important for both today's and tomorrow's world.
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11.7.2018
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 happ
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27.6.2018
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 rural locations. So how can we make sure rural-dwelling children don't fall be
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14.11.2017
How Do We Save Our Fractured Democracies? Create A Generation Of Critical Thinkers
In a world where ‘expert’ is a dirty word and the truth is suddenly not as meaningful as ‘alternative truths’ we have never needed critical thinkers more. So how best to teach this vital skill? The an

Student Voice

This month, we're celebrating student voices! Hear directly from students what they think needs improving in schools, find out what we learnt from our global student survey, and discover the innovations allowing students to lead their own learning.
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3.7.2018
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 results from a global you
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4.5.2018
Lene Jensby Lange: Children Shouldn't Have To Leave Their Dreams At The Doorstep Of School
Lene Jensby Lange is an Education innovation consultant and learning space designer. She is the founder of The Autens Consulting House, creating schools for the 21st century through interactions with
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1.8.2018
What Do Kids Think About School? The Answers Might Surprise You...
What do kids think about school? It's a simple question but one that is rarely asked. We thought it's about time someone changed that... so we did!

Learning Globally

We've never been as connected as we are today, with new technologies making it easier than ever to collaborate together and learn from each other. This month, learn how to travel the world (and solve global issues) without leaving the classroom!
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27.6.2018
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 rural locations. So how can we make sure rural-dwelling children don't fall be
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12.4.2018
If You're Learning About Global Issues, Learn With Global Peers
We live in an increasingly globalized world, yet schools have been slow to keep up. Discover how to open up the classroom and connect your students with their peers around the globe.
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20.2.2018
Teacher Testimonials: If You Want Your Students To Become Global Citizens, You Must First Be A Global Teacher
Nam Ngo Thanh used to focus on knowledge acquisition and teaching out of textbooks and he thought he was a good teacher, but then everything changed. Find out how Nam went from following the status qu

The Eternal Power Of Teachers

Will technology replace teachers? How can teachers stay relevant? Are there teachers doing things differently? This month, we take a look at the future of teaching and the power of brilliant teachers!
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31.1.2018
This Is Why Technology Won't Replace Teachers
When you can teach yourself anything you want to know through google and youtube, why do we need teachers? At the Bett 2018 Talk on 'Children, Technology and Prepared Lives' Beeban Kidron, Lord Jim Kn
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3.1.2018
Ingvi Omarsson Explains Why Every Teacher Should Be A Lead Learner
Ingvi Omarsson is an Icelandic elementary teacher, Lead Learner, Tech Coordinator and speaker. He shares his thoughts on the risks of standardization, the answer to isolation in education and one simp
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5.10.2017
The Teacher-Led Innovations That Prove Education Really Can Be Changed From The Ground-Up
Here at HundrED, we think teachers have the most important job in the world – educating and preparing the next generation. This year's World Teacher's Day (October 5th) coincides with our launch of 10

The Humble Humanities

With government and leadership bodies falling over themselves to get kids interested in STEM subjects, the humanities can often get left behind. This month, remind yourself why these humble, ancient subjects are so important for both ourselves and our societies.
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21.8.2017
Is The Devaluation Of The Arts Responsible For The Rise Of Fake News?
The next generation will need to be critical thinkers in order to debunk the huge amounts of fake content they're bombarded with online and through traditional media outlets. However, everyone is focu
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14.11.2017
How Do We Save Our Fractured Democracies? Create A Generation Of Critical Thinkers
In a world where ‘expert’ is a dirty word and the truth is suddenly not as meaningful as ‘alternative truths’ we have never needed critical thinkers more. So how best to teach this vital skill? The an
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26.2.2018
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.

Movement & Exercise

Find out why exercise is beneficial for more than just waistlines, the surprising way sports can heal social divisions and how to incorporate more movement throughout the school day.
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28.3.2018
The Movement Edit: 9 Ways To Get Kids Active In School
Children today are worryingly unfit and experts say sedentary lifestyles have a lot to answer for. The good news is there are so many opportunities to incorporate movement into the school day. We've p
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28.3.2018
All Work And No Play: Why Kids Need To Get Moving At School
Child fitness levels are at a shocking all time low. Physical education class is one way that schools can help to tackle the problem of sedentary behaviour in childhood, but are we being too short sig
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30.12.2016
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 simple and creative ways to help

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.
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25.10.2017
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
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9.2.2018
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 tri
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1.3.2018
Why We Should 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 effec

Promoting Good Mental Health and Wellbeing

Schools can play a vital role in establishing healthy mental habits and promoting wellbeing. From having highly trained staff on site to adopting new technologies and alternative practices in the classroom, there are all kinds of tools we can use to equip our young people so that they can face their futures (and the present) confidently.
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10.10.2017
5 Innovations Taking On Mental Health
Mental health issues are on the rise, but so are the solutions that could help. This World Mental Health Day (October 10th) don't just accept mental health issues as an unfortunate part of life, find
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24.1.2018
Teacher Testimonials: Making Mindfulness A Way Of Life
Mindfulness is a trend sweeping through blogposts, articles and Instagram posts – but could it soon be a part of our schools too? Teachers around the world are starting to incorporate mindfulness into
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1.2.2018
Mental Health: Let's Teach Kids To Flourish, Not Just Cope
Half of all mental illnesses begin by age 14 and when crisis strikes, many students don't know where to turn for help. Here's what schools can do to promote mental wellbeing and help kids to flourish.

Future Technologies

All you need to know on how to easily integrate new technologies such as virtual and augmented reality into the classroom, the benefits new technologies bring for students who prefer visual and experiential learning, and how to make social media a tool for good not for trolls. Make 2018 the year you capitalize on the benefits of future technologies.
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3.1.2018
Want To Know How To Tackle Bullying In The Age Of Social Media?
The invention of social media brings many wonderful benefits, but naturally it also has a dark side. We round up the innovations that tackle the issues that come with cyber bullying and encourage heal
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3.7.2017
Get Up To Speed with Virtual and Augmented Reality in Education
We got to grips with virtual and augmented reality so you don't have to. Here's the fundamental things you should know.
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4.1.2018
Future Technologies Are Creating A Better Age of Learning
Do future technologies improve learning? We take a look at the edtech innovations which work to make the classroom experience a fun and active learning environment.

Add A Sprinkle Of Joy To Learning

Education and joy – the two can often seem at odds with each other – but when they come together learning can happen as if by magic! So find out about the innovations encouraging joy in learning, tis’ the season after all.
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4.12.2017
Take On The Giants of Education Maths and Literacy, Add A Little Fun
Literacy and maths – they’re the giants of education. Every school wants to do well in them and every student needs good grades in them for jobs and university applications. So how do we get kids mot
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20.4.2016
Orlando Bloom On The Importance Of Passion And Having Fun While Learning
Orlando Bloom is a father, an actor and a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador in recognition of his commitment to the rights of children around the world.
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1.12.2017
One Special Need That Schools Should Strive To Meet: Joy
It is not enough to just enable access to education, we must also ensure children can thrive there. Just like their peers, children with additional needs also have the need to experience excitement, w

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.
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10.3.2017
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 fus
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4.10.2016
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
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1.11.2017
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

HundrED's 100 Inspiring Innovations of 2017

We have officially launched our 100 Inspiring Innovations of 2017! So go check out this year's finalists, where you'll discover step-by-step guides on how to implement them so you can revolutionize education where you are!
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3.10.2017
HundrED’s Innovation Summit Celebrates 100 Ways To Transform Global Education
Unveiling of the debut list of the “100 Global Inspiring Innovations” and showcase taking place on October 4th - October 6th in Helsinki.
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4.10.2017
HundrED 2018 Global List of Inspiring Innovations
HundrED was born from the notion that in a world becoming increasingly connected and global, schools can still be very local and isolated in their practices. To address this, a team of in-house resear
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5.10.2017
The Teacher-Led Innovations That Prove Education Really Can Be Changed From The Ground-Up
Here at HundrED, we think teachers have the most important job in the world – educating and preparing the next generation. This year's World Teacher's Day (October 5th) coincides with our launch of 10

The Education Revolution

It can feel impossible to revolutionize education. But we don't need to wait for permission, as Ken Robinson explains, 'if you change what you do then you are changing the system,' and this 'change can build into a movement if people collaborate'. Feeling overwhelmed? Start small. Don't know how to do it? Look for examples that are already working in the world. Together we can change education for the better, so get ready for the education revolution.
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4.9.2017
Get Excited To Be Back-To-School: Quick Innovations That Can Revolutionize The Classroom
High on motivation but short on time, teachers can sometimes struggle to make those big changes they dream of in the classroom. But spicing up lessons with an innovative approach doesn’t have to be a
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6.9.2017
All Together Now... How Collaboration Is Shaping Education From The Ground Up
Working together to bring change seems obvious. So why, in many school systems around the world, isn’t this a reality? We need to shift our education's focus away from competition towards collaboratio
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4.10.2017
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.

The Future Of Education

What does the future of education look like? It depends who you ask. Education can be seen as a means to prepare young people for working life, or it can be seen as a helping hand to develop character and personal attributes. Education can help young people integrate into a globalized world by building humanistic skills, or it can teach students the high-tech skills of the future. That's a lot to try to fit into the school day!
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25.5.2017
What We Talk About, When We Talk About Education
Discussions about the future of education always come back to the key question, what are we educating for? You may think you know the answer, but so does everybody else...
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11.4.2017
Sophie Deen: It’s Really Important To Teach Kids To Question Everything
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. 
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24.7.2017
The Future Looks Bright: Five Innovations Bringing Us The Future Of Education Today
Everyone knows education has been stuck in a rut for quite awhile now, but that's not true everywhere. Here are five of our favourite innovations bringing education up to speed right now!