Is the future of education learning by doing?

Outside class, experiential learning takes the form of clubs, activities and competitions for fun, We are teaching students not only to be workers who drive the modern economy, but also to be engaged citizens.

4 things we all need to know about failure

Why failure is hard to deal with? What could happen if you don’t learn from mistakes? How to embrace failure and build on it?

3 ideas from Davos to help you scale new heights

The Davos programme contained a wealth of insight into how to live a happier, more successful and satisfying life from a host of artists, adventurers, psychologists and cultural leaders.

The Future of Human Work Is Imagination, Creativity, and Strategy

Technology is going to replace jobs, or, more precisely, the people holding those jobs. Few industries, if any, will be untouched. Knowledge workers will not escape.

How Social-Emotional Skills Can Fit into School Curricula?

K-12 teachers offer practical—and fun!—ways that social-emotional learning can be integrated into traditional lessons.

National Youth and Children Palace of Georgia – History, Objectives and Thoughts about Non-Formal Education

Do EAICY members know a lot about each other? Brief introduction to National Youth and Children Palace of Georgia.

New courses on the Citizenship dimension of Global Education and  on the Human Rights dimension of Global Education

Following the launching of the new cycle of the North-South Centre (NSC) Global Education eLearning courses, and the launching of its first course on the intercultural dimension of global education, we are happy to share the information, announced by North-South Centre (Council of Europe) about the two forthcoming courses on the Citizenship dimension of Global Education and  on the Human Rights dimension of Global Education.

Congratulations on the start of the New Academic year

On this start of the New Academic year we wish you new learning experiences, interesting challenges, and a lot of opportunities and joy.

Finland's 'education miracle' and the lessons we can learn

Finland’s success in PISA was a surprise to Finns. In 2006, it was the best performing country, in 2016 – still ranks among the top countries. Finland is an example of a country that has not followed many of the global education reform principles.

The one crucial skill our education system is missing

Our empathy is something that computers will always struggle to emulate. We need to celebrate what makes us different from even the smartest of the machines. While the future belongs to those who are able to navigate this increasingly digitalised world of ours, the choicest spoils will fall to those who can combine technological fluency with emotional intelligence.