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What happens when students learn online?

Blog, Thought, News | November 14, 2019
During our 10 year anniversary event “Draw Me a Classroom”, we invited participants to consider how they might define a classroom, and how this definition is changing over time. A panel of thought leaders and educators discussed the purpose of a classroom...

Creating global citizens to defend democracy

Blog, Thought, News | September 25, 2019
Last week we celebrated our 10th anniversary with an event centred around the classroom of the future. Below are remarks made by keynote speaker and News-Decoder’s founder, Nelson Graves. Post originally published on News-Decoder’s own blog. Listen to a...

Can you learn a language online?

Blog, Opinion, Pamoja Taught, Thought | March 5, 2019
Despite the exponential growth of online methodologies in all areas of society, education remains daunted by the prospect of trusting online ways of working, at least as the primary means of delivering education. This is particularly the case in areas of what is...

Promoting Multilingualism in the IB Diploma Programme

Blog, Opinion, Thought | February 25, 2019
The International Baccalaureate (IB) states its mission as being “more than its educational programs and certificates,” [1] going on to show that this is part of its desire to “create a better world through education”[2]. Significantly it locates the realisation of...