Seth Godin I enjoy reading Seth’s blog and this one really caught my attention. Possibly a good way to start a conversation with your colleagues.
I’m sure you can relate to that headline. In fact, I experienced stress sharing a workspace many years ago, which ended with me working somewhere
If there was ever a year to appreciate teachers, it is 2020. Held annually on 5 October since 1994, World Teachers’ Day commemorates the anniversary
Where do we go from here? SKOPJE, 7 August 2020. A majority of surveyed school principals, teachers and parents are in favour of reopening schools with classroom based learning or combined classroom and distance learning models. The opinions are based
If you’re not prepared to be wrong, you’ll never come up with anything original.” R.I.P. Sir Ken Robinson. Sir Ken Robinson, my favorite author, and
I have just read this book by Pasi Sahlberg. Finnish lessons 2.0 2014 Here are some highlights; How to measure a successful school. A successful
This article is published in Getting Smart and written by By Rachelle Dene Poth July 19, 2020 Here are some of the findings Key
Powerful leadership moments Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany talks about how throughout the times we have seen leaders and presidents with great leadership moments, and she
The Game changer in Education has already happened Why we need to act now I have already written about this many times. These last two/three
Welcome back to all our students Today was the first day of school for half of our senior students. We are cautiously opening up our
A message from the Norwegian Government On the 7th of May the Norwegian government came with the following announcement: Thanks to everyone’s joint efforts since
From Now On, Blended Learning Will Be The Benchmark I just read this article in Forbes and would like to share it here. The question
How are we doing so far? There are plenty of articles about distance learning. Some like it, some don’t. Some learn more some learn less.
What has changed and why? I just read this article in the Guardian about the Italian home school experience. In the case of Italy, X
What are the consequences? This is having a devastating impact on global education and according to the latest UNESCO figures, some 1.3 billion learners across