They focus especially on supporting the most disadvantaged children in Afghanistan – orphans, street-working vendors and girls.
Learn more about ANIM.
A student admitted to one campus is admitted to all Avenues campuses: New York, São Paulo, Shenzhen and Online. They focus on preparing children for the global challenges and opportunities of the 21st century.
Learn more about Avenues: The World School.
The school methodology is based on what the students need to learn, and they are the ones that design their learning.
Learn more about Barefoot College.
Emphasis on developing learner characteristics and learning to learn through projects, as well as the development of student-centred and self-directed learning.
Learn more about Bendigo South East College.
At Berwick Lodge Primary School they value their children. They recognise that the future lies with them and so they encourage students to embrace “Learning For Life”, not simply as the motto of the school, but as a life-long process of development.
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Their aim is to prepare students to be positive contributors in our world and believe everyone has the ability to make a difference.
Learn more about Bethany Lutheran Primary School.
Education is tailored to each student's interests, talents and needs which results in a student-centred learning experience where students are actively invested in their learning.
Learn more about Big Picture Learning.
As part of the curriculum, kids in grades 2 to 8 come up with ways to improve recycling, create 3D models of New York City, and fix home appliances. They gain an intimacy with real-world problems that few kids are exposed to when learning their times tables with flash cards.
Learn more about Blue School.
The school takes some of the most dangerous things parents tell their kids not to do and makes an entire curriculum out of them. Kids in grades K through 12 get dirty, play with fire, take apart home appliances and complete art projects all in the same day. The school is housed in an expansive warehouse filled with art, forts and makeshift theatres — items all meant to tap into kids' creative side.
Learn more about Brightworks School.
Their equitable, holistic and student-centred approach provides students with access to a rigorous, standards-based curriculum that equips them with the skills they need to make a positive impact on their communities and the broader world.
Learn more about Broome Street Academy.
Callaghan's multi-campus design provides dedicated learning environments for middle and senior school years. This provides a safe and secure learning environment where all students have an equal opportunity to reach their full potential.
Learn more about Callaghan College.
The key elements of the project are defined by an inclusive education. It's a learning community that goes beyond traditional subjects and exams.
Learn more about Centro de Formación Padre Piquer.
Their motto is "Learning together with our heads, hearts, and hands".
Learn more about Clairemont Elementary School.
Teachers use laptops to record lectures on video and post them to the school's website, Youtube and other outlets. Students watch the videos after school at home, in the school computer lab, on a smart phone in their most convenient time. The next day in the classroom, building on the material they studied, students work on maths problems, write essays, build science projects. Teachers are at their side, coaching and answering questions.
Learn more about Clintondale High School.
This institution prioritises a bilingual humanistic and social training, offering an area for research and exchange, projecting itself in the constant search for new approaches that allow deepening knowledge in a meaningful and responsible way.
Learn more about Colegio Aletheia.
It's an independent republic with an elected Student President, a student-led Department for Education that design their own learning, and a join staff-student Ministry of Justice.
Learn more about Colegio Cardenal de Cracovia.
Healthy relationships with others and the environment are the engine of the comprehensive education they offer. They provide permanent support, a warm environment and motivation so that every student is successful and happy.
Learn more about Colegio Rochester.
The school promotes a comprehensive and quality education, with a focus on service, justice and peace in the 21st century context.
Learn more about Colegio Santa María.
The teachers do not try to explain things to the children. The teachers find interesting questions, challenges and then they research about them, pulling knowledge to them. Any problem that the students are given has to be real to them.
Learn more about Col·legi Montserrat.
Crossroads School strives to prepare students to think critically, express themselves openly and commit themselves to lives that value community, justice and activism.
Learn more about Crossroads School for Arts & Sciences.
Through Delany Connected Learning - their approach to learning and teaching - they aim to transform the lives of the students so that they can become successful in their adult lives and be dynamic community leaders.
Learn more about Delany College.
Large lorries have been emptied out and transformed into schools with chalkboards. Several educators transport children to and from work, and teach them on the way.
Learn more about Door Step School.
The system is made up of two schools, Egalia and Nicolaigården, which both reject gender-based pronouns in the hopes of grooming kids to think of one another on equal terms.
Learn more about Egalia Pre-School.
A strong partnership between teachers and parents supports the growth of the children's knowledge and character. Curriculum has emphasis on numeracy and literacy, and outdoor teaching areas ensure hands on experiences.
Learn more about Eltham Primary School.
The Escuela Nueva model focuses on the child. It improves retention and academic achievement, lowers the dropout and grade repetition rates and develops values and social skills of civic, democratic behaviours and peaceful coexistence.
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Their vision of Empower, Explore, Excel Together is seen throughout the school campus. The school has a strong academic core program, thriving arts program, developing STEAM programs and a progressive athletics program.
Learn more about Ewa Makai Middle School.
Federation College provides opportunities to students by teaching high quality, educational programs and courses.
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Forest Lake Elementary School, in partnership with families and the community, provides for all students, through relevant and engaging learning experiences, a rigorous literacy infused STEM academic program in a safe, nurturing environment.
Learn more about Forest Lake Elementary School.
Additionally, students are not divided into groups based on their English proficiency level, but rather work together on collaborative projects.
Learn more about Francis C. Hammond Middle School.
Opening boundaries between the indoors and outdoors, Fuji Kindergarten has turned its school roof into a circular, endless playground and put nature at the forefront of its teaching with trees growing right through the middle of the classrooms.
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Their goal is to empower children to develop skills such as creativity, collaboration, communication and critical thinking.
Learn more about Future Class Network.
The school uses progressive teaching utilising design thinking techniques, an immersive environment and real-life experiences that inspire passionate curiosity, nurture creative problem solving, cultivate critical thinking, and instigate innovation.
Learn more about Grand Rapids Public Museum School.
Creation of numerous contemporary learning spaces, establishment of a virtual reality lab for immersive learning experiences, development of a contemporary integrated curriculum to provide real-world challenges for students to develop and implement newly acquired skills through a design thinking model.
Learn more about Hale School.
Teaching by using children as the starting point. School that treats learning as understanding rather than knowledge transfer.
Learn more about Hartsholme Academy.
The school pedagogy is based on empathy, warmth, courage and confidence to students who would struggle to develop these qualities anywhere else.
Learn more about Harvey Milk High School.
They teach computational thinking to children by combining artistic activity with learning about algorithms. Children also discuss intriguing ideas related to the topic, such as how computers and humans differ.
Learn more about Hello Ruby School.
High Tech High is guided by four connected design principles - equity, personalisation, authentic work and collaborative design - that set aspirational goals and create a foundation for understanding their approach.
Learn more about High Tech High School.
Immanuel College has been recognised for their innovative approach to education, progressive learning environments and world class sporting, arts and learning facilities.
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Imperial College London focuses entirely on science, engineering, medicine and business.
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Students spend half their day deeply immersed in guided online education and the other half receiving more traditional instruction.
Learn more about Innova Schools.
Learning based on inquiring, knowing, open, caring, risk taking...
Learn more about International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme.
Their mission is to provide a free, world‑class education for anyone, anywhere. A personalised learning resource for all ages.
Learn more about Khan Academy.
The school has embedded practices in areas such as 3D printing, robotics and coding. Every student has access to these technologies and areas of learning and they aim to embrace these innovations to further continue this progression.
Learn more about Kiama Public School.
Their mission is to develop and operate outstanding schools where students, through personalised learning and clear goals, will stretch their boundaries and learn more than they thought possible.
Learn more about Kunskapsskolan.
All students go to the school's Project Discovery lab and participate in science enrichment classes two or three times a week, where they conduct experiments and join projects like tracking the migration of whooping cranes.
Learn more about K.W. Barrett Elementary School.
Through this approach, students in every track develop technological literacy, critical thinking and collaborative skills.
Learn more about Lake View High School.
Schools and municipalities participating in the programme implement their own individual plans to increase physical activity during the school day. More than 90% of municipalities and of comprehensive schools are involved in the programme to make exercise a natural part of every child's daily life.
Learn more about Liikkuva Koulu.
Staff roles are split between coaches who support and mentor students and 'masters' of particular skills who design projects and help students develop skills. At these schools there are no lessons, no fixed schedules, and no old-school teachers – as they put it. Quite the contrary, each day students freely work in three or four different projects that they themselves have chosen and defined with the aid of their tutors.
Learn more about Lumiar.
Marymount International School is an independent, Catholic, all-girls, IB world school that empowers young women. It offers a strong academic programme based on the International Baccalaureate curricula to meet the needs of its international student body, providing a unique environment of cultural exchange and understanding.
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Learning is driven by students' passions: they choose their own extended projects and are empowered to use the school budget to procure the supplies they need.
Learn more about Matthew Moss High School.
By using New York City as our extended classroom, students learn that sustainability means meeting our current needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs. Students are involved in lots of discussions in teams and as a whole class.
Learn more about Metropolitan Expeditionary Learning School.
Students and teachers organise course projects and calendars together, creating products related to real life, especially digital ones.
Learn more about New Tech High School.
Northern Beaches Christian School aims to develop a culture that brings out the best in their students: in their learning, in their character, in the opportunities they take and in the friendships they develop.
Learn more about Northern Beaches Christian School.
Their mission is to empower the next generation of young designers, entrepreneurs, makers and inventors who will impact their communities and world through their work and ideas.
Learn more about NuVu School.
Since opening its doors, Odyssey Charter School has provided a classical approach to public education. A rigorous standards-based curriculum and instruction in the Greek language is delivered in a challenging, yet nurturing, learning environment.
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The latest grand achievement is the design of the digital infrastructure. They have managed to personalise learning through an individualised plan for each student.
Learn more about Omega Schools.
Learning is done in an open setting, one giant classroom, where 358 high school students learn in an expansive glass cube — a "gymnasium".
Learn more about Ørestad Gymnasium.
It focuses on reducing educational inequality by bringing school to underprivileged children in the form of their local museums, giving them high quality infrastructure, teachers and materials, as well as access to a whole world of knowledge.
Learn more about The Museum School.
A dynamic collaborative multicultural community where education and lifelong learning are valued and supported, and all learners reach their highest potential and succeed.
Learn more about Pine Jog Elementary School.
Project DEFY is challenging conventional mainstream education and enabling communities around the world to create their own self-learning spaces called Nooks, where each individual can design their own education.
Learn more about Project DEFY.
P-TECH is a collaboration among the New York City Department of Education, the City University of New York, New York City College of Technology and the IBM Corporation. The goal was never to create a single school. Rather, the express intent was to create an innovative, replicable model for education — one that united the expertise of the public and private sectors to provide new opportunities for young people, and addressed the need to strengthen the continuum from school to college and careers.
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The school uses game design and systems thinking as the basis for the school’s pedagogical approach to engage learners in academic content.
Learn more about Quest to Learn High School.
The organisation provides the educational application of multiple intelligences and supports the development of global competition and design thinking, creating a new methodology that has conquered the world in order to transform and improve it: "Design for Change".
Learn more about Riverside Learning Center.
Samaschool trained thousands of people to succeed as freelancers and leverage independent work to achieve their long-term career goals.
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Sevenoaks started its own curriculum for middle school to develop skills and promote global outlook and an interdisciplinary approach to study. The freedom to construct the curriculum steered exciting, distinctive elements designed to elicit strong sense of personal engagement with students, and need to prepare students for learning in the digital age.
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Learners are asked to find out about subjects on their own, using resources provided by the school such as videos which can be viewed on the tablets. Time in classroom is spent on project work and discussions, which gives more time for teachers to spend time with individual learners.
Learn more about Shireland Collegiate Academy.
A Self-Organised Learning Environment, or SOLE, can exist anywhere there is a computer, Internet connection and students who are ready to learn. Within a SOLE students are given the freedom to learn collaboratively using the internet. An educator poses a Big Question and students form small groups to find an answer.
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Sonora Elementary School challenges all students to a rigorous, create and innovative academic curriculum. Student-directed learning and vibrant enrichment activities, coupled with the arts, encourage students to develop confidence and character.
Learn more about Sonora Elementary School.
Rather than toil away in low-paying jobs, men, women and children can learn the ins and outs of pricing their homemade goods and selling them to people in their area. When it's not in use as a school, the building also serves as a town hall for democratic decision making and community meetings.
Learn more about Sra Pou Vocational School.
A form of education that uses technology to empower students to guide their own instruction is one of the most effective ways to teach kids.
Learn more about Summit Sierra.
Talbot Hill Elementary School micro-society builds on the belief that students can and should be prepared as citizens of a democratic society through civic engagement and participation.
Learn more about Talbot Hill Elementary School.
Every school is taught within a cultural context and every learning is interdisciplinary.
Learn more about Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Te Koutu.
Their philosophy is based on the concept that students have far greater skills and abilities than they are generally given credit for and with the support and guidance of parents and staff, they have the ability to manage their own education.
Learn more about Templestowe College.
The school has special programmes designed for entrepreneurial learning, as well as green studies and creative arts.
Learn more about The Green School.
They enable 11th-graders, who hail from public and private schools across the country, to spend a semester of tightly-packed days cultivating the food they eat and working closely with professors in rigorous courses that involve experiential learning and public speaking.
Learn more about The Mountain School.
The Nueva Schools community inspires passion for lifelong learning, fosters social and emotional acuity, and develops the imaginative mind.
Learn more about The Nueva Schools.
Learning happens through a combination of real-world exploration, skills mastery and project-based learning.
Learn more about THINK Global School.
Its goal is to create an international research and education centre for those working on renewing farming methods, protecting biodiversity and building an organic relationship between gastronomy and agricultural science.
Learn more about University of Gastronomic Sciences.
In order to accommodate the frequent travels and demanding training schedules, the school adopted creative ways of effectively delivering lessons, including via a computer based flipped classroom model for all students.
Learn more about Vail Ski & Snowboard Academy.
At Vega School they are challenging the status quo, using problem-based learning to empower their learners with life skills that will stay relevant, whatever the future may hold.
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The classrooms are grouped into subject-specific units, creating several common rooms for students to use in its large school building.
Learn more about Viikki Teacher Training School.
The school implemented a program that emphasises the importance of holistically caring for students, and in the process, created a model with the potential to transform education in underserved communities.
Learn more about Visitacion Valley Middle School.
Motivational learning is about all students feeling competent and eager to learn more. It's based on the belief that all people are curious and learning individuals.
Learn more about Vittra Schools.
The school’s philosophy is based on the need to maximise children's options, present and future, so that they might achieve social flexibility, economic well-being and personal satisfaction.
Learn more about Wooranna Park Primary School.
At XP School they believe that schools should be tightly integrated into the community, and be focused on creating academically rigorous, authentic experiences that bring children closer to this goal.
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Zoo School courses emphasise experiential and project based learning. At the end of the school year, students are required to present an individual project, which encourages them to hone their research and presentation skills.
Learn more about Zoo School.