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Cognita focuses its participation in the RE.SCHOOL forum on the importance of wellbeing

In the new normal, schools face the greatest changes to the educational system in modern times. This is an atypical year…

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Whether at home or abroad, few jobs offer the same satisfaction as teaching

Thomas Slack, Teacher of Computing & Key Stage 3 Coordinator at The English Montessori School in Spain, reflects on why…

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Yoga in the classroom: fad or a new fundamental?

Cultivating mindfulness in schools has received a great deal of attention worldwide due to its association with improved psychological well-being…

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Why should anyone learn a foreign language?

Amy Melton, Grade 1 teacher at the International School Saigon Pearl (ISSP) in Vietnam, shares her experience of working with…

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Teaching children to stay safe: education beyond academics

Whether it is healthy lifestyle choices or staying safe, schools have a responsibility to educate children on much more than…

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Teaching all over the world. Why pursue an international career in education?

From newly qualified teacher to Head of a school rated Outstanding before the age of 33, Melissa McBride, Headteacher at…

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The ‘brain benefits’ of a bilingual education

Playpen Bilingual Education in São Paulo has changed its name to reflect its absolute commitment to bilingual teaching and learning….

 Posted 4 years ago
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Getting mindful about wellbeing

Mental health and wellbeing of young people is never far from the headlines today – wherever you are in the…

 Posted 4 years ago
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How can schools help create global citizens?

Ian Thorpe, Headmaster at Downsend School in the UK, considers the ever-widening range of skills that children are expected to…

 Posted 4 years ago
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