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Thalia Stewart

Thalia Stewart

New Zealand trained educator with 10 years of experience teaching the full curriculum in Australasia and the U.K. A special interest in English communications and community engagement. Now working in edtech for Filisia in London and a current student on OAMK's Master's degree in Education Entrepreneurship.

About me

New Zealand trained educator with 10 years of experience teaching the full curriculum in Australasia and the U.K, and specialising in English language and community engagement. Now working in edtech for Filisia in London and a current student on OAMK's Master's degree in Education Entrepreneurship.

Why do you want to be a part of the HundrED Community?

To keep my finger on the pulse of education innovation.

How can education support students to flourish?

Social and emotional literacy

Community engagement

Highlighting and harnessing innate strengths and talents

Providing opportunities for a range of rich experiences in and out of school

Supporting students to develop a love of learning, so they become lifelong learners


What role does innovation play in education change?

Supporting global connections

Reducing teacher workload to allow them to focus on students

Greater opportunities for inclusive and individualised learning

Exposing students to a universe of experiences with VR and AR

Empowering students to create and share content and communications

Providing easy access to a world of books and research at the click of a button

Three HundrED innovations you love. (and Why?)

Roots of Empathy

Positive Education

Public Speaking Pro

*All of these sound interesting to me

Three innovations you would love for HundrED to know about. (and Why?)

Cosmo by Filisia - It's evidence-based, easy to use and beautiful to look at. Children love it.

NowPressPlay - It's creative, fun for students and ignites the imagination.

Pi-Top - Maker fun for young people to become builders of technology, rather than just consumers.