Will we ever move beyond school grades and entry tests? We think so, and employers largely agree. It is time for the gatekeepers in between to accept that in this fast-changing world, something just ain't right with traditional credentialing.
Flipped Classroom, Design Thinking, Project-Based Learning… just a few of the most popular modern teaching methodologies that every school should employ as a core part of the learning experience and delivery. We’ve all heard these terms, but are they just ‘buzz words’ or a fad?
Learning is constellational; always expanding and in perpetual motion, but children can and should be supported to see that and embrace it. Collaboration ensures a network of support and shared purpose around the children who are at the centre of it all.
The idea that everything in our future can be perfectly predicted and measured is just not true, and hanging on to that illusion of control is one way in which mainstream thinking is letting us down badly.
In a learning environment like ours, or others who are transforming the system around the world right now, we can see why skateboarders have found somewhere that aligns with the way they interact and the way they learn.
Last month, a group from the Learnlife community visited Rwanda. Here, one of the participants shares her reflections from the experience one month on and what we can learn from the central African country in times of Covid...
Georgi has a decade of experience in education — from kindergartens to universities. He has travelled the world and has been teaching in different cultures like Italy, Indonesia, Bulgaria, Germany and Spain.