Our annual Inspire event is an excellent example of this. Educators and innovators from countries such as Spain, the UK, Dubai and Mexico spend two days touring our hubs, participating in expert workshops and gaining the practical skills to deliver change in their learning communities. Additionally, we welcome visitors throughout the year, and you can read the experiences of a recent visitor here.
Building a team is crucial in delivering change. For schools looking to recruit changemakers to deliver innovation, we help recruit and assess people. We’ve supported schools like REAL School in Budapest to recruit their dream team from scratch and helped schools in Spain, Australia and Switzerland find top talent.
With a vision and team in place, our Learn Teams help schools implement a learning innovation. This can involve using passion-based learning to create engaging and meaningful learning experiences or rethinking classrooms to foster creativity and collaboration.
Escola Acesco is one school benefiting from implementing passion-based learning and a maker culture in their school. For the past two years, we’ve helped them modernise their approach and achieved “a kind, profound and persistent change for the school”, as put by Luís González Rodríguez, Director at Acesco.
Our work doesn’t end with implementation. To support schools to continue on their transformational journey, we provide professional development and training tailored to their specific needs.
Our Pedagogical Days guide teams to transform, such as creating a roadmap for change to supporting learning experience and programme design. At Stromberg-Gymnasium in Germany, we’ve delivered workshops to support their Future Skills project and help their team implement the deeper learning methodology.
For educators ready to make the shift from standardised teaching to a learner-centred guiding approach, our Learning Guide training helps them get there. Available to groups and individuals, trainees grow their skills as educators who curate learning and co-design learning experiences that empower learners.
For educators such as Leonardo Gonçalves, founder of Casa Da Vida School, Learning Guide training has supported and inspired their team and ‘connected them with the future of education.’