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News image Curiosity_LINK Blog | mit | Global Campus
Curious minds in high demand
Promoting curiosity and exploration is crucial to help achieve more effective problem solving. Schools can play a part in developing these qualities in young people through inquiry-based learning
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Students learn better when they learn together
Teamwork and collaboration are key skills that students must develop to thrive in the future.
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Leading by example
Alumni artists from The Juilliard School frequently visit NAE schools around the world, transforming the connection students have to the performing arts.
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Moving into mobile learning
Education technology is bridging the gap between theory and practice by providing students more engaging, personalised learning experiences, teachers are finding. Increasing and integrating the use of mobile devices at schools can engage students at a deeper level with what they’re learning, San Roberto International School’s IT Director Arturo Dares says.
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News image STEAM_LINK Blog | mit | Extracurricular Activities | Global Campus | Highlights
What’s the problem?
Employers want schools to equip students with complex problem-solving and critical thinking skills from a young age to better prepare them for work in the future.
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News image Page Link Blog | servicelearning | Global Campus | Service Learning
Step up and take action!
Inspiring students to move from awareness to action in their communities.
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No Holds Barred
STEAM learning empowers students to become creative by exposing them to situations without parameters, challenging them to both identify problems and invent solutions.
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News image LINK Blog | athletics | Extracurricular Activities | Global Campus | Highlights | MET Life | Secondary School
The Goal of Playing the Game
Playing competitive sports can teach students many positive social behaviours and life skills, but above all they realise that true competition is about working on themselves.
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Making it Personal
Educators are leaving traditional practices behind in favour of a tailored, more personalised approach for each student that gives them greater control over their own learning.
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News image Global Awareness LINK Blog | globalcampus | Global Campus
Nurturing global awareness and an international mindset
Nord Anglia Education (NAE) schools inspire confident, creative global citizens who have a thirst for knowledge and a vision to change the world for the better. We also believe that students with a global worldview will have competitive advantages in our increasingly interconnected world. Our education offer provides unique learning opportunities to enable our students to become truly globally-minded and globally-active citizens.
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Start the year on the right page with our Global Library recommendations!
Whether it’s about teaching children to find the magic all around them or telling of courageous young heroes who overcame profound hardships, the Global Library features inspiring titles that every Nord Anglia Education student will love to read this year. Read on to learn more out the three recommended books in the 2018/19 reading list.
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News image EpicIdentity_LINK Blog | globalcampus | Elementary School | Global Campus | mit
Astro boots inventor Professor Leia Stirling challenges students to create their own wearable technologies
Known for inventing boots for astronauts to walk on Mars, Professor Leia Stirling at MIT’s Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics wants students to explore the world of wearable technology in the Epic Identity challenge and discover how gadgets are used to measure and enhance or help human performance.
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News image StudyPA_LINK Blog | visualperformingarts | Global Campus | Highlights | Juilliard | Visual and Performing Arts
Can studying the performing arts create successful students?
If you want your child to excel academically, socially and personally, can studying the performing arts be a key to success? Laura Rea, Music Teacher and Southeast Asia Regional Lead for the Juilliard-Nord Anglia Performing Arts Programme at the British International School, Hanoi (BIS Hanoi) says studying the performing arts can help students gain key skills and qualities to prepare them for their future.
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NAE amplifies giving back and leads the way on creating tomorrows change makers
We are proud to announce that Nord Anglia Education will allocate $US100million over the next 10 years to establish a charitable foundation and a global campaign centre aimed at empowering students to create impactful, sustainable solutions for change.
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News image WWL_LINK Blog | globalcampus | Global Campus | Highlights | MET Life
This year's Sustainable Development Goals and the 'Worlds Largest Lesson'
All Nord Anglia students are empowered to make a difference and to positively impact the world. Through our collaboration with UNICEF, students participate in meaningful activities to effect change in their schools and communities at large. To focus these efforts on specific goals, UNICEF annually challenges Nord Anglia students to raise awareness of the Sustainable Development Goals, which are a collection 17 goals set by the United Nations regarding social and economic development issues.
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News image onlinesafety_link Blog | insightandadvice | Highlights | Insight and Advice
4 steps to help keep your child safe online
Children love using technology and are accessing the internet at an increasingly younger age. Here are four steps to help keep your child safe whenever and wherever they go online.
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News image keyquestions_link Blog | insightandadvice | Highlights | Insight and Advice
5 key questions to ask when choosing an international school
With an array of schooling options available in any given city, parents may feel confused with which school to choose for their child. As an experienced school leader and parent, Ethan Hildreth tells us what every parent should ask themselves when choosing an international school for their child.
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News image readingtips_link Blog | insightandadvice | Highlights | Insight and Advice
Top 5 tips to support your child’s reading at home
As adults, it is hard to remember the struggle in learning to read. Knowing how to build your child’s literacy skills can be a challenge for any parent. Here are the top five tips to help support your child’s reading at home.
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News image Thirdculturekids_link Blog | globalcampus | Global Campus | Highlights
Third Culture Kids: A difficult journey but a great destination
For children, moving abroad can be a challenging, but rewarding experience. Simon Porter shares his wisdom and research on children changing schools and countries. Learn how frequent changes of school can impact your child's development and self-esteem, as well as their global outlook.
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