Putting creativity at the heart of each student’s learning journey

Deep but entertaining talks by late Sir Ken Robinson, warmly recommended to all educators out there.

A legendary figure in the fields of education and creativity, Sir Ken Robinson, has recently died at the age of 70. He was the world’s best-known and most entertaining educator and his talk “Do Schools Kill Creativity?” was the most-watched TED talk of all times. We are sharing his TED Talks below. Sit back, enjoy and remember to share and comment, your opinion matters! READ MORE

The advantages of small schools

Justin Irwin

With the thousands of international schools available around the world, it can be overwhelming trying to make the best decision for your child’s education. Some parents go for the glitz and glamour of the large schools with an abundance of facilities, but often forget youth need attention, and it is often difficult to get that special attention when your child is in a large class.

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The importance of role models in choosing our career or life path

The power of role models and their influence on us cannot be underestimated. This is particularly true for young people. Whether they are a parent, an athlete, a musician, an actor, or someone else, young people are going to latch onto someone and their accompanying philosophy. They will be influenced by that person’s words, because at their young age they lack the experience and wisdom to know otherwise. When it comes to celebrity role models, media and educators can enhance celebrities’ positive or negative influence on teens, so do we then have the responsibility to channel and explain the messages conveyed by the famous? READ MORE