Innovation collections

We need ambitious education innovations; innovative, impactful and scalable approaches that are effective also in low resource environments and help our children flourish in life.

The world is changing rapidly. How can we help our students flourish in life no matter what happens?



HundrED identifies solutions

Every year we select 100 education innovations that are impactful and scalable. We also do HundrED Spotlights, collections of 10 innovations around a specific area or a theme. With HundrED Forerunners we examine system level innovations. You get an overview on our work from HundrED Yearbook and other reports we make.

We help educators to identify solutions for their needs. Innovators can share their solutions with us and get selected to our innovation collections - sharing and being selected is always free-of-charge to innovators.

Global Collection 2021 Submission Call Deadline:
June 30th 2020

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Popular innovation categories

Education innovations categorized by themes from all collections.
Public Schools
Public School is freely available to the children of a community or district and maintained by the g
Financial Skills
Financial Skills equip students with the knowledge to understand and manage finances and learn how t
The practice of teaching and learning mathematics.
Professional Development
As education evolves, so do educators. The need to provide relevant, practical and engaging professi
Assessment helps track the progression of students and better identity strengths and areas of growth
Real World Learning
Real world learning takes students directly into the real world, to explore authentic issues hands-o
Digital Citizenship
Digital Citizenship is the ability to responsibly, effectively and safely use technology. These inno
Global Citizenship
Global citizenship has become a fundamental part of education as the lines between borders blur. The
The purposeful inclusion of mindfulness and mindful meditation principles, theories, and practices i
A set of skills, knowledge, understanding and personal attributes to ensure young people have the ca
The benefits of nature and the the outdoors are limitless. The innovations in this collection take f
Displaced Children
Child displacement is the removal or separation of children from their parents and immediate family
Entrepreneurship education seeks to provide students with the knowledge, skills and motivation to en
Online Learning
Online learning also known as e-learning takes place at a distance through the use of technology.
After School Programs
After School Programs take place after the regular hours of school and are usually offered by an add
Bilingualism is an inclusive environment where more than one language is used to learn, and learning
Design Thinking
Design thinking refers to the cognitive, strategic and practical processes by which design concepts
Solutions integrating technology into teaching and learning.
Visual Arts
Art forms that create works that are primarily visual in nature, such as ceramics, drawing, painting
Economically disadvantaged
Economically Disadvantaged refers to students that live in a household with an income below average.
Artificial Intelligence
AI can potentially digitally automate many aspects of education to make teaching and learning more e
Rural Education
Rural education is characterised by context, where education takes place in an area that is geograph
Soft Skills
Soft skills often occur in a collaborative setting and include people skills, communication skills,
Social Emotional Learning
Social-emotional learning (SEL) is the process of developing the self-awareness, self-control, and i
The possibilities in art education are endless, the collection of innovations seamlessly integrate a
Open Educational Resource
This collection embraces our world of connectivity and exchange through providing access, resources
Educator training
In education, educator development may be used in reference to a wide variety of specialized trainin
Project Based Learning
Project based learning is a recurring topic in education today, the interdisciplinary way of engagin
Physical Education
Physical Education is about incorporating movement and activity into the everyday of students and en
The process of creating instructions for computers using programming language in order to help them
Middle School Education
A middle school (also known as intermediate school, junior high school, or lower secondary school) i
STEAM education stands for any combination of Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathema
Numeracy refers to the ability to understand and work with numbers.
Developing knowledge of how natural environments function where learning occurs in the context of na
The use of robots and electronic components as the common thread to enhance the development of skill
Student-led learning is where students themselves facilitate their learning, having greater control,
Writing is a way of communicating that allows students to share their ideas, thoughts and perspectiv
Access to quality education for all students, where students from different backgrounds and with dif
Instilling an overall sense of self-worth or personal value in young people, cultivating their confi
Storytelling is a human art form that teaches about expressing human experience.
Leadership in education is crucial for success. Check out the innovations that target educational le
Problem Based Learning
The collection of innovations showcase a variety of hands-on practices and solutions that put studen
Music education is a field of study associated with the teaching and learning of music.
At the core of educational change lies creativity. Teaching this fundamental skill is necessary in o
Creative Thinking
Creative Thinking is a way of addressing problems and finding solutions using a fresh perspective. T
A combination of learning experiences designed to influence a student's knowledge, attitudes and beh
Whole-school Model
Whole-school Models assess the quality and standards across the entire school model, acknowledging t
Personalized Learning
Personalized learning is essential to help students develop and learn at their own pace and in their
21st Century Skills
21st century skills are tools that can be universally applied to enhance ways of thinking, learning,
Learning By Doing
One of the best ways to enrich learning is by doing! Find ways to introduce a more hands on approach
Parents are a key stakeholder in education by supporting the learning of their children and partneri
Engineering combines science and technology to foster understanding on design, building, and use of
Literacy is a foundational skill and includes the ability to read and write in order to develop and
Primary Education
Primary education is typically the first stage of formal education, coming after preschool and befor
Empathy is defined as the ability to share and understand the feelings of another. In education, le
Atronomy is the the branch of science that deals with astronomical objects, space, and the physical
Student Voice
Student voice refers to the values, opinions, beliefs, perspectives, and cultural backgrounds of stu
Discover the traditional and non-traditional innovations that foster the skills required for our stu
Bullying Prevention
Education programs training students to address bullying while encouraging bullying prevention effor
Mentoring in education describes a relationship between mentor and mentee, supporting learning, expe
Early Childhood Education
Early childhood education (ECE) programs include any type of educational program that serves childre
Chemistry is the branch of science that deals with how properties are composed of substances and the
Gender Equality
Gender equality in education means the aspirations and needs of boys and girls are considered, value
Dance education is a practice whereby students develop the knowledge and skills required to create,
Youth Empowerment
Youth empowerment is a process where young people gain the skills to take charge of their lives, mak
Science education refers to the teaching and learning of the ideas produced by the sciences in order
Special Needs
Special Needs (in the context of children at school) refers to distinct requirements facilitated by
Digital Skills
Digital skills in education is any learning that makes use of digital tools and technologies during
Drama utilises performance and dialogue to enhance learning. Through this fictional representation,
In education, the acronym STEM stands for the disciplines of science, technology, engineering, and m
Language Learning
The process and practice of teaching and learning a second or foreign language.
Mental, physical, social & emotional wellbeing are being discussed more readily than ever and more e
Learning through play is a term used in education and psychology to describe how a child can learn t
Reading is an active process of constructing meanings from words.
Teacher Training
This collection is a series of innovations dedicated to teacher learning. Teachers are at the heart
Game Based Learning
What better way to engage students than through games? The following innovations merge the fun of ga
Collaborative Learning
Collaborative learning has become an essential skill for the future workplace. This collection of
Gamification in education is an educational approach to motivate students to learn by using video ga
Sustainable Development Goals
Global goals adopted by the United Nations designed to be a blueprint for achieving a better and mor
Learning Environment
This collection of innovations highlight creative ways to use the resources available to engage stud
Learning in which teachers use technology to teach and learners learn with aid of technology.
Mental Health
The selection of innovations play a key role in understanding, discussing and sharing mental health
Blended Learning
Where online and offline meets! The innovations in this collection see the potential of using intera
Critical Thinking
The process of actively and skillfully conceptualizing, applying, analyzing, synthesizing, and evalu
Education plays a key role in educating the future generation on ways they can be involved and act a
Media Literacy
Media Literacy provides a framework to access, analyse, evaluate and create messages in a variety of
Character Education
The importance of character education cannot be understated. Ensuring that students are developing a
Education equity refers to equal access to opportunities and fairness in the space of learning. This
Secondary Education
Secondary education typically takes place after six years of primary education (and/or middle school

Global Collections

Every year we select 100 inspiring education innovations around the world.