What we Do
Learning Management System
Our Innovative Learning Management Software allows unprecedented insight and better management for school leaders and teachers.
International STEM videocall Activities
Facilitating direct School to School cooperation projects focused on STEM areas. Robotics, 3D printing and computer coding are used on a variety of age groups.
Belt and Road partnership Projects
We connect internationally curious Chinese Schools with international schools in Belt and Road Countries. We use STEM and Forest School to deliver co-operation projects.
Edtech Consultancy for International Schools
We undertake bespoke Education consultancy work to match the needs of international schools. Our work has included EYFS, STEM, Gamification and the use of Data.
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The education system has expanded its horizon. Beyond formal textbooks and lectures, children have access to a lot more information today Some years ago I visited a school in Mysore to meet a group of young students and faculties. The roomful of people mostly consisted of students, with first five to six rows occupied by
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We asked prominent voices in education—from policy makers and teachers to activists and parents—to look beyond laws, politics, and funding and imagine a utopian system of learning. They went back to the drawing board—and the chalkboard—to build an educational Garden of Eden. We’re publishing their answers to one question each day this week. Responses have
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In the past few years, school districts across the country have been experiencing an increase in referrals for special education services for students with autism spectrum disorders. As a result District personnel, i.e. assessment teams, general educators, special educators and specialized services providers, have been taxed beyond their limits in terms of resources and time.
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That’s not from a disgruntled student. It’s from a textbook. The author, 16th century mathematician Robert Recorde, nestled the line just after his preface, table of contents and a biblical quote citing God’s command to measure and number all things. Recorde didn’t believe in math’s awfulness — quite the opposite. He was simply reflecting popular
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SmartBrief Education’s Path to Workforce content series brings you original content and events on the topic. Path to Workforce is our vision of college and career readiness, encompassing K-12, adult learners, career changers, non-traditional students and those who forgo a traditional four-year college experience. In today’s world, CEO’s stress that their corporations need highly qualified and
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Leaders in business, education and politics love to talk up how important Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education is for America’s future. Innovations! Jobs! Progress! are all at stake, they often argue. Just last week, President Obama hosted scores of mostly young people for an evening of stargazing and fun space talk at the
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“Decolonisation” is the buzzword these days, and Angie Motshekga loves the buzz. She has already decided that Shakespeare will be removed from English Literature lists (1), undertaken to make Indigenous Languages a compulsory part of the curriculum (2), and has also set about making school History texts more “Afrocentric” (3). At the recent Basic Education
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We live in a world of screens. And in this digital age — with so many devices and distraction — it’s one of the things parents worry about most: How much time should their kids spend staring at their phones and computers? What’s the right balance between privacy and self-discovery? Research continues to provide some
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Erika Christakis’ new book, The Importance of Being Little, is an impassioned plea for educators and parents to put down the worksheets and flash cards, ditch the tired craft projects (yes, you, Thanksgiving Handprint Turkey) and exotic vocabulary lessons, and double-down on one, simple word: That’s because, she writes, “the distinction between early education and
-> Continue reading What Kids Need From Grown-Ups (But Aren’t Getting)
Four guys walk into a diner. One, in a plaid shirt, sells golf equipment online. His name is Chris Regan. Two — Eric Schiffhauer and Jordan Wagner — are midway through their Ph.D.’s at Johns Hopkins University. And the other, Jebree Christian, is a recent high school graduate from West Baltimore. His arms are covered
-> Continue reading Why It’s Never Too Late To Rescue Failing Students