Posco, UNESCO to support out-of-school children in Thailand

Posco, UNESCO to support out-of-school children in Thailand

By Kim Bo-gyung Jan 10, 2018 Posco, South Korea’s top steelmaker by sales, has been selected as the first company to work with UNESCO to provide an education program for out-of-school children in ASEAN countries, the company said Wednesday. The Posco 1% Sharing...

Kenya: Textbook policy will enhance quality, equity in education

08 January, 2018 In Summary Textbooks create space for students to reflect, and learn how to learn—just what the competence-based curriculum aims at. When President Uhuru Kenyatta flagged off Sh7.5 billion textbooks to primary and secondary schools on Friday, he...
Teachers in Iraq’s Mosul learn to cope with traumatized pupils

Teachers in Iraq’s Mosul learn to cope with traumatized pupils

09 January, 2018 MOSUL: On a classroom whiteboard in the battered city of Mosul the words “rediscovering how to smile” outline the heartbreaking task of Iraqi teachers striving to heal their students’ mental scars after brutal Daesh group rule. Dozens of Iraqi...
High performing students regulate their own learning

High performing students regulate their own learning

Susan-Marie Harding 10 January, 2018 New research shows that high performing Grade 5-8 students in mathematics and reading exhibit greater self-regulated learning (SRL) skills than their lower performing counterparts. Students who are able to regulate their own...
In Our Connected World, What If Empathy Is Learning?

In Our Connected World, What If Empathy Is Learning?

By Thom Markham 02 January, 2018 Observing a group of students conversing deeply as a team, checking resources on a Chromebook, presenting solutions to a problem in a project, or responding to open ended questions, you might ask yourself: What the heck is going on? Is...
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