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Special Edition: Engaging and Motivating Learners, the real value of kids following their interest, FLS Daily News Flash 779

Issue 779, 13 Jul 2018: KEEP UP YOUR PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE! More articles are available: www.flexlearnstrategies.net/news/ Quote of the Day "Always walk through life as if you have something new to learn and you will" - Vernon Howard Passion: the real value of kids...

A Blueprint for Large-scale Change in Education, FLS Daily News Flash 778

Issue 778, 11 Jul 2018: KEEP UP YOUR PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE! More articles are available: www.flexlearnstrategies.net/news/ Quote of the Day "The goal of education is to enable individuals to continue their education"     - John Dewey A blueprint for supporting...

‘Teacher buys bus, turns driver – all to ensure students don’t drop out of school’, Daily News Flash 777

Issue 777, 10 Jul 2018: KEEP UP YOUR PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE! More articles are available: www.flexlearnstrategies.net/news/ Quote of the Day "Develop a passion for learning. If you go, you will never cease to grow"      - Anthony J. D'Angelo Teacher buys bus, turns...

Daily News Flash 776

Issue 776, 5 Jul 2018: KEEP UP YOUR PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE! More articles are available: www.flexlearnstrategies.net/news/ Quote of the Day "The purpose of education is to replace an empty mind with an open one" - Malcolm S. Forbies Vietnam: Uncovering the Secrets of...

Daily News Flash 775

Issue 775, 3 Jul 2018: KEEP UP YOUR PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE! More articles are available: www.flexlearnstrategies.net/news/ Quote of the Day "Learning never exhausts the mind"       - Leonardo da Vinci Four Innovative Ways to Improve Rural Education   How four...

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Back to school: Second phase of enrolment drive to commence in fall

The second phase of the school enrolment campaign in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa will begin in September. However, the government and its partners decided to launch a door-to-door awareness campaign as early...

Singapore: More children and teens are stressed out

Last year, a Primary 5 pupil fell 17 floors from his bedroom window on the day he was supposed to take his exam papers home. He had never fared poorly in his examinations from Primary 1 to 4, and...

From secret school to Afghanistan’s future

"The young founder of the School of Leadership, Afghanistan, speaking at the Global Education and Skills Conference in Dubai, says she wants to start by emphasising the positive. But there's no...

Nepal: Lost in Translation

At the school in Nepal’s Lalitpur district where I work as an English teaching assistant, a large and colorful mural proclaims: “The world is a lock. Education is the key.” For Nepalese students...

India Case: Empowering Students With Design Thinking

Published By: EduTopia, Jun 27, 2018, on YouTube A school in India founded on design thinking principles encourages students to be active agents in their own learning.  ...

India: An education lost is a livelihood gained?

Girls seem the worst sufferers; once they drop out of school, they face pressure from their family to get married, or to get a job Sandhya (15) (name changed), a class 10 student from Madivala,...

Remote education: Mum appeals for more help with costs of secondary schooling

A south-west Queensland mother of six is appealing for the State Government to do more to make secondary education for remote students accessible and affordable. "I hear a lot of people saying...

Two months after the typhoon

"In the immediate aftermath ofTyphoon Haiyan, our child-friendly spaces offered thousands of children a chance to escape the horror and destruction left by the storm. We gave these children...

Over 73,000 students to get Aadhaar cards in India

The district primary education department has started Aadhaar card registration of elementary school students across the district. After district collector Amit Saini conducted a review meeting in...

32 percent of the children are out of school, Pakistan

"The Pakistan Education Atlas 2013 that maps the state of education in the country reveals that 32 percent of the children of age 5-9 are out-of-school. The third version of the report details the...

US: Personalized Learning: The Latest Buzz in Classroom Instruction

Schoolchildren from small-town Georgia to suburban Baltimore will encounter a new approach to learning when they head back to class this fall—one that makes them partners in their own education, not...

A New Way of Learning: Four Unique Curriculum Innovations

The term curriculum refers to the lessons and academic content taught in a school or in a specific course or program. It is one of the foundational elements of effective schooling and teaching. ...

US: Preparing ‘Emerging Adults’ for College and Beyond

Rachel Ginsberg is a clinical psychologist at the NewYork-Presbyterian Youth Anxiety Center, a research and clinical program that brings together experts from NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, Columbia...

Education, The Major Key to Change

Today, there are about 7 billion people living on this planet. Among these people, it is clear to say that no one is the same. Many individuals may practice Islam or Judaism, may be black or Puerto...

Joyful early childhood learning in classrooms of Laos

Three stops, three classrooms. Arriving at the gate of Ban Doub School, our first stop, in Ta Oi district of Saravan province, we hear a clamour from within. The children are laughing, clapping and...

Does Paying Service Providers for Performance Improve Education Outcomes?

As a global community, we are still grappling with how best to drive improvements in education outcomes. Despite the substantial progress made over the past decade, the Sustainable Development Goals...

Innovation transforms education for refugee students in Africa

By Catherine Wachiaya in Dadaab, Kenya   |  14 March 2017 Tablet computers and mobile networks are bringing the latest in online education to students in refugee camps, and it’s firing up their...

How One Malawi Chief Saved Hundreds of Girls From Child Marriage

Theresa Kachindamoto is the senior chief of her district in Central Malawi, which makes her the traditional leader of some 900,000 people. It’s rare for a woman to have a job like that in her...

Gender stereotypes in Bangladeshi school textbooks

Education is widely considered an effective means to address the socioeconomic challenges that women face around the world and a key Sustainable Development target. Yet girls systematically lag...

Nigeria: Basic education: Indigenous languages to the rescue

FOR a long time, the need to adopt the indigenous languages as medium of instruction in Nigerian schools has recurred; it did again a couple of weeks ago when the Federal Government announced that...

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Underprivileged: Street children demand right to education

"If we are born in an underprivileged society, it does not mean that we should be deprived of our right to education and a happy and healthy life in a secured environment. This voice was raised on Wednesday by over 65 street children from capital’s slums, who are...

Comic Relief in Cambodia

"We are absolutely delighted to announce that our Phase 2 sustainable project in Takhmao, Cambodia has been funded by Comic Relief! This is great news for Small Steps Project, and of course our partners in Cambodia- Mlop Children’s Centre and their UK arm Safe Haven...

Giving More Girls the Chance to Learn in Yemen

"Like many girls in rural Yemen, Raysa Al-Kholani was married off early—in Grade 7—and faced long odds in continuing her studies. Her in-laws insisted she stay home and care for a family of what would become nine children, but she had other ideas: she enlisted her...

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