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Kenyan School Pilots Mobile Technology in the Classroom

The newly developed Power of M-Learning Project aims to improve academic performance in Kenyan primary schools by using 3G enabled tablets to deliver the newly digitized Kenyan curriculum. The project is currently being piloted...
by Shannon Schmidt


Does Your Math Teaching Have SMARTS?

Teaching is never easy but it can definitely be fun! When you’re having fun in the classroom, kids will have fun too and learn something in the process! So ditch your worksheets and give your math teaching SMARTS! SMARTS ...
by Shannon Schmidt


China’s Premier Advocates Equal Education for Rural Areas

China’s Premier Li Keqiang urges educational equality for China’s rural areas and declares education reforms as a top priority for the country’s development. The statement followed Li’s visit to high s...
by Rachel Pozivenec



Malawi’s “Happy Classrooms” Project Paint Educational Classrooms

Malawi based NGO confirmed success of the The Happy Classrooms project; a group that paints child-friendly and curriculum related paintings on classroom walls. Happy Classrooms is supported by boNGO Worldwide (based on Need-dr...
by Rachel Pozivenec


Tuition Hike in Armenia Leads to Student Protests

The recent tuition hike in many of Armenia’s schools of higher education has led to student protesting from August 13th onwards. In response, the Armenian Minister of Education justifies the tuition hikes as being beneficial ...
by Aanchal Narang


Indonesian Embassy Implements “One Dirham A Day” Program for Indonesian Students

The Indonesian Embassy of the United Arab Emirates created an initiative to support struggling Indonesian children and families in need of educational resources. The program is called One Dirham A Day and is implemented by plac...
by Rachel Pozivenec



Ghana’s Female Educators Encouraged To Serve As Role Models

During a conference titled “Education for Development- The Role of Female Teachers,” retired educator Mrs. Agnes Atagabe attributed the fall in Ghana’s standards of education to poor teaching and learning materials, weak ...
by Nina Thurau


Singapore: Enhancing Kindergarten Education

The Singapore Ministry of Education has announced several program initiatives geared towards enhancing social mobility by reaching out to weaker students and decreasing economic disparities in access to education. Educators an...
by Alice Formwalt


10 Tips to Engage Your Students with Science – Tip 5: Teach Them What They Want to Know.

Children are inquisitive by nature. They are constantly trying to make sense of the world around them and are eager to understand how natural processes occur. Science teachers should make use of that inquisitiveness in order to...
by Catarina Loureiro