kew-mee-ying

Preparing Singapore’s Youth for a Global Future- Kew Mee Ying, Singapore

nam-ngo

Learning with Technology Changes Lives in Rural Vietnam – Nam Ngo Thanh, Vietnam

kemi-olurinola

“Infusing technology into teaching isn’t taught in a half-day PD session, dipping a toe into the water…Teachers need to be willing to immerse themselves and jump right in.” – Kemi Olurinola, Nigeria

tammy2

“Students need to know that as technology continues to change, they will need to continue to learn how to use it — just as their teachers have.” – Tammy Brecht Dunbar, USA

lana-cropped

“Unless you are constantly challenging your students and bringing in real-life cases and applications and merging that with technology, it is difficult to capture their attention and create that urge to learn.” – Lana Shennak, Jordan

anthony_salcito

Anthony Salcito: Welcome to a Redesigned Daily Edventures!

darren rackemann

“I believe that our schools should be driving the spirit of the local community and should support the education of all community members — not just the students.” – Darren Rackemann, Australia

bozena kraj- poland-minniasurface

“Project-based learning appears as a complex process, demanding a lot of didactic, pedagogical and technological contribution to improve the quality of education, but it is what I love, in practice and theory.” – Bozena Kraj, Poland

Jakkrapong Juntawong- thailand-minniasurface

“Students in this global world are not the same as students in the past, especially in the characteristics of intention and concentration.” – Jakkrapong Juntawong, Thailand

kandi-lee crooks-smith

“As the face and demands of the classroom change, sadly the mentality of many persons involved in the education sector remains the same…blackboards are converted to whiteboards, but not necessarily smartboards!” – Kandi-Lee Crooks-Smith, Jamaica

ibolya straussova- slovakia

Guest Blog: Ibolya Straussova, Slovakia

Ruby Huang- NZ-minniasurface

“At this moment, I felt that the students began to integrate and relate their learning experience in the classroom to real life; to acknowledge that there is a purpose to science and they aren’t restricted to memorizing facts and calculating pointless numbers.” – Ruby Huang, New Zealand

corey johnson- south africa

“One of our great successes is that we’ve created a format where [students] can fail.” – Corey Johnson, South Africa

abderrahmen haddad- tunisia

“In my opinion, innovation should not be limited to the use of new technologies in education but rather, it is a state of mind.” – Abderrahmen Haddad, Tunisia

Andrew Howard- UK

“…Educators today have the virtually impossible task of preparing our young people for a world that more than ever before is completely unpredictable.” – Andrew Howard, UK

martin bukacek-updated

“Corinth Classroom captures the attention of young students, to [help them] be enthusiastic about the world around them, learn more efficiently, and find their passion for learning.” – Martin Bukáček, Czech Republic

ken-robinson-featured

“If we start to rethink some of the fundamental principles of education, [and] its relationship with technology, there’s a better chance that we will create the world that we and our children will want to live in.” -Sir Ken Robinson

Sir Ken Robinson, USA

walid chaafi- tunisia

“My biggest hope for today’s students is that one day they will see us as pioneers who led them to the right path, which they will continue and do the same for others.” – Walid Chaafi, Tunisia

diederik roelandts- belgium final

“Strictly speaking, my pupils don’t really need to come to class anymore…As a matter of fact, two of my pupils will be studying abroad (one pupil in Dublin and one in Berlin) without missing any of my course.” – Diederik Roelandts, Belgium

inwood-slider

“When I walk through these hallways, I think about what I [can] do when I get older.” – Richardson DeLeon, Inwood Early College Student, USA