How to go about a reform process, that is the biggest educational reform in a countries history? In our first live podcast, you can listen to the head of the Latvian transformation team Zane Oline, detailling how they are tackling transformational change.
The perception of teachers as lazy, careless people who work as little as possible and just wait for the holidays to start, still exists in a lot of countries. However, a recent study by the Varkey Foundation has
Framework education ambassador to Latvia Daiga Brakmane was curious to find out more so she traveled to Finland and met with several key stakeholders in education. Read this week’s report to learn about the
Where the education system restricts the growth mindset. Most education stakeholders want to create learning environments where pupils can develop a growth mindset rather than a fixed mindset. This is easier said than done. Our school system has
Anytime we engage in a learning process we are embedded in a framework of conditions that shape and influence us. The visible aspects of this framework, such as curricula and the set-ups of classrooms, are only part of
The ongoing transformation of the Latvian education system is one of the biggest systemic changes the nation has seen since it's foundation. To enable kids and teachers, the transformation team is not only utilizing state-of-the-art systemic change methods,
An insight into one of Germany’s most popular schools, the model behind it and what it takes to build and maintain a successful school In 2011, the IGS Göttingen, the Georg- Christoph- Lichtenberg - Comprehensive School located