Debra Lane, Ed.D., CEO, Lane Leadership Group I participated in an adventurous Sidecar Summit in Red Lodge, Montana sponsored by Sidecar Counsel. Fourteen international women leaders gathered at The Pollard Hotel to do some Moonshot Thinking on July 7 with Lakshmi Karan, Co-Founder of Future Frontiers Institute, and Bridget McNamer, Chief Navigation Officer of […]
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Becky Carlzon Co-creator of LearningPioneers.co and Letspressplay.co If there’s one thing for sure, our shared recent world crisis has rocked the world. In many ways, this has had devastating consequences – lives have been lost, businesses have crumbled, people have been isolated. In other ways, we have had to learn to pivot […]
Jessica Werner, Ph.D. CEO, Northshore Coaching & Consulting It is summertime and there are currently a lot of conversations happening around what the new normal will be in schools come this fall. Clearly, the teaching conditions we endured for the last year and a half were decidedly not normal. At best it was […]
Aimee Haddock Marketing Executive, Real Group Ltd. Beverley Williams is a former delegate of Real Training. She has had an expansive career, influencing the lives of many young people with SEN. Not only has Beverley completed multiple courses with Real Training and gained a vast amount of professional knowledge through SEN and […]
Marta Medved Krajnovic and Stephen Taylor Western Academy of Beijing This article first appeared in the June issue of International School Leader. At a recently hosted TEDx at Western Academy Beijing (WAB), eight students shared ideas that were informed or inspired by the coronavirus outbreak. Topics ranged from innovation in biotechnology to music […]
Sidney Rose & Michael Thompson People try to put us d-down (talkin’ ’bout my generation) Just because we got around (talkin’ ’bout my generation) Things they do look awful c-c-cold (talkin’ ’bout my generation) I didn’t die before I got old (talkin’ ’bout my generation) This is my generation This is my generation, baby […]
Dr Mandy Hartley Founder of The Little Story Telling Company The benefits of teaching primary school children about DNA The purpose of this article is to give teachers a tool kit of simple props and cross-curricular activities to help children learn about DNA in a fun, engaging and memorable way. Why learn […]
Huiqing Yolanda Xu, Librarian, Wuhan Globe School, China Rousseau, the Enlightenment thinker, has an incisive view on education：Education is growing up. Rousseau thought that education is a natural growth process of human innate instinct, education should obey the eternal rules of nature, and adapt to the natural development of children. Dewey, a famous American pragmatist educator, believed […]
Johanna Schooley ES Librarian Seoul International School Learning, connecting and the building of community took a different twist this year as world events forced educators to think, plan and instruct in ways never before considered. This included how the Elementary School Library at Seoul International School in South Korea remained an “open” and active […]
Kelly Gallagher Educator, Author When I first started teaching, I ran a “4 x 4 classroom.” My students read four “big” books a year (one per quarter), and they wrote four “big” papers a year (one per quarter). Four big books and four big papers—a 4 x 4 classroom. At the time this […]
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