Some schools in China are breaking with the traditional Chinese rote-learning methods: the ‘New Education Experiment’ programme, a nationwide private education project, aims at boosting children’s confidence while respecting traditional values and local culture. The model focuses on developing communication skills and creative thinking. All over China, about 1,800 in China are part of the ‘New Education Experiment’ programme.
New technologies and new approaches: is it the start of a new education era? Can the “flipped classroom” model really make a difference to students’ learning outcomes? Watch here: http://youtu.be/6IP62OUMppA
New technology even in the poorest areas? Watch this Kenyan example on how an app inspires children to learn better: http://youtu.be/YdqkN2XRf-Y
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