Rosie Heckes (Milne) – 10/12/2020 As an Australian teacher in Switzerland for the last four years, it has been challenging to keep abreast of new programs and pedagogies that Australian teachers are using in their schools. There are exciting programs out there, and while my focus in Switzerland was
Rosie Heckes (Milne) – 12/03/2020 Linchpin: Before starting a new job, I read Seth Godin’s book, ‘Linchpin: Are You Indispensable?’ It was the perfect timing for me to read a book such as this as one of the reasons I moved on from my previous job was that I wasn’t feeling like I could bring e
Keyla Urbina – 29/01/2020 My thoughts about Joyful Festival of Education as a participant. Keyla Urbina was a joyful participant of our Conference in October 2019. Thus, she made the following amazing infographic with her experience from the conference and we are very happy to present it to you:
Share your experiences, return to your classroom enthused by ideas that have instilled joy within educational experiences in schools throughout Europe, and spark joy in your teaching! Meet interesting educators from across Europe and see how joy in learning can be introduced into every subject.
In this unpredictable world, numerous children have just started their schooling for their future lives. In fact, the skills and competences they will be learning should be applicable until they will retire more than 60 years from now. Developing quality education and international cooperation amongst people interested in developing learning and teaching is the only way to build a sustainable future for our world.