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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A support system is important for anyone going through transition. Starting a new job – particularly your first job – can be one of the toughest transitions anyone faces. New teachers have to adjust to the procedures of a particular school, but also have to navigate the trial and error of classroom management strategies, working with parents and lesson planning. Many in
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A generation ago, a high school diploma could open doors, especially to well-paying manufacturing jobs. But today, with technology radically reshaping the U.S. economy, many of those doors have closed. The high school diploma is as important as ever — but as a stepping stone to a higher degree, no longer as a destination. That’s
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The major advocacy group for charter schools is meeting this week in Nashville, Tenn., and there’s lots to celebrate. What began with a single state law in Minnesota has spread to a national movement of nearly 6,800 schools, serving just under 3 million students. But at its annual meeting, the National Alliance for Public Charter
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SmartBlog on Education this month is exploring the science of learning. Join us for original content in which experts explore trends in learning research and highlight teaching strategies that can help improve student performance. More American children are living in poverty today than before the Great Recession. Nationally, nearly a quarter of children live at
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When people play games, especially when we come together to play games, there’s a meaningful context for content that students may not embrace otherwise. I’ve used different games (including World of Warcraft, Minecraft, Portal 2 and Sims) in different contexts at all grade levels at many of our schools. Good games engage players in deep
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Recent studies and government reports continue to highlight what many Americans know by their wallets: Rising income differences, debt and stagnant real wages are among the biggest problems besetting the nation. That economic inequality is reflected in America’s schools, right? Absolutely. But a study just out shows that the gap in school readiness between rich
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You are reading this because you care about the child in your life, and you want the best for them. You want to be certain that they will get an education that equips them for a full, successful and happy life. This introduction aims to help you orient to the natural learning process, so that
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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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