Andreas Schleicher on PISA 2018 and measuring ‘Global Competence’, Phil Mathe looks at the Servant Leader, Kurt Hahn, and how occupational therapy is making an impact on learning in Singapore as Rachel Gillespie reports.
Andreas Schleicher looks at PISA 2018 and the importance of measuring 'Global Competence' as a core skill.
For Phil Mathe, he was one of the 20th Century’s greatest educational thinkers. Thoughts about Kurt Hahn.
Rachel Gillespie looks at how in-house occupational therapy is making a big difference to a school in Singapore.
If objective testing data are to be useful, students have to understand their significance as Kawai Liu & Sharon Ma report.
Chris Taylor wonders if the skills/knowledge divide is really so deep and, if not, what are the implications for curriculum?
Uma Shankar Singh looks at the huge potential for using a 3-D printer to stimulate interdisciplinary project work.
Fionna Heiton describes how an innovative training initiative is having a big impact on learning in rural Nepal.
When four complementary pedagogies come together, Early Years learning takes off, suggests Matthew Silvester.
Alex Mirza has no doubt that digital assessment aligned to formative principles is set to change global education.
Find out how the National Association for Special Educational Needs is now supporting schools overseas.
Stephen Walshe explains how P4C builds confidence and leads to early cognitive development.