Challenge Based Learning

When designing a Curriculum which, fully activates the processes across the Socialised-Learning Continuum, supports the application of the principles within each process stage of the Socialised-Learning Continuum and facilitates the application of a Collaborative and Group Learning [...]

By | March 2nd, 2018|Categories: An Education for Global Citizenship|0 Comments

Unifying the Curriculum through a Baccalaureate

Furthering our blog series on An Education for Global Citizenship, we are discussing the structures that are  required to enable lines of curriculum, pedagogy, assessment, attainment and progress to truly converge into a more connected and collaborative Curriculum. [...]

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Thoughts on accountability in top-performing systems – an extract from Cleverlands

Author Lucy Crehan discusses the difference between school accountability in England and the US, as well as in Finland, Canada, Japan, Singapore and Shanghai Let’s take two identical twins, Conor and Edward, separated at birth [...]

By | February 25th, 2018|Categories: An Education for Global Citizenship|0 Comments

Connections-Based Learning Should Be The Future Of Education

With thanks to IAG Parent, Alex Bell The following article is a firm justification for the approach we are seeking to take to support all IAG learners across our Curriculum for Global Citizenship. 'Connections-based learning' [...]

By | February 22nd, 2018|Categories: An Education for Global Citizenship|0 Comments