By: Jeanine Collins. Jeanine shares how the InspirED Global Fellows pivoted to a virtual program due to the pandemic but they remain focused on prioritizing 21st-century learning.
Minerva recently launched a new brand called Minerva Baccalaureate. The new model will come with reimagined high school curriculum and instruction methods.
Dr. Chrystina Russell, the Executive Director of Global Education Movement (GEM), shares SNHU’s commitment to serving refugees with a flexible, free, applied degree pathway.
By: Anthony Jackson. Anthony discusses what Toronto is doing to provide students with a culture of excellence and inclusion. Hear more about what TDSB is doing around innovations in learning.
Our education system does not put enough emphasis on the importance of geographic literacy. Explore the world using these geography resources.
Teachers from across Asia share their insights about the impact of the coronavirus on education.
How many of us recall our elementary and secondary education experiences truly mattering outside the four walls of our schools? Surely our parents, relatives or neighbors saw some value in what we studied, but few if any programs focused on supporting students in community outreach and impact. Thankfully, that’s changing.
In this post, David Ross explains how the 4Cs were not sufficient to meet Chinese educational needs. They wanted to add a fifth C, which they call “cultural competence.” According to the Chinese, the fifth C trumps them all: “Cultural competency is the fundamental value of every Chinese and provides guidance for the other four aspects (skills).”