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World Innovation Summit for Education

Education, a pillar of societies, strikes a chord with people across the planet. Our stories have a personal and global resonance.

Join us each week on Learning World as we travel the globe to bring you a vast range of stories covering the many facets of education. Our reports will inform, inspire and entertain.

You can also see all our Learning World reports on the website of our partner WISE.

Living and learning at boarding school

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Learning World Concept

Education, a pillar of societies, strikes a chord with people across the planet. Our stories have a personal and global resonance.

Join us each week on Learning World as we travel the globe to bring you a vast range of stories covering the many facets of education. Our reports will inform, inspire and entertain.

You can also see all our Learning World reports on the website of our partner WISE.

Previous editions

  1. 07/02/2014Education on the move with MOOCs
  2. 31/01/2014Creative thinking: taking an artistic approach to science
  3. 24/01/2014Making money central to the learning experience
  4. 17/01/2014In a league of their own: the best performers in global education
  5. 10/01/2014Turning the corner in Tunisia: a Learning World special focus
  6. 03/01/2014What’s another year?
  7. 27/12/2013Air, Fire and Water
  8. 20/12/2013Creative thinking: new ideas in education
  9. 13/12/2013Rural education
  10. 06/12/2013Education on the move
  11. 29/11/2013‘Home’ education: how beneficial is it?
  12. 22/11/2013The long road to school in Mexico, Uganda and Kenya
  13. 15/11/2013WISE Prize 2013: Vicky Colbert’s silent revolution
  14. 08/11/2013An Olympic education
  15. 01/11/2013Lebanon: the future is now
  16. 01/11/2013WISE 2013: The role of technology in education
  17. 31/10/2013The WISE Educational Awards recognise innovative projects from New Zealand to Canada
  18. 31/10/20132013 WISE Prize awarded to Vicky Colbert
  19. 30/10/2013WISE: Reinventing education for life
  20. 25/10/2013Inspirational programmes changing the educational landscape in three countries
  21. 18/10/2013PEAS, ALISON and MEDERSAT among the WISE guys in international education awards
  22. 11/10/2013The mutual benefits of volunteer work
  23. 04/10/2013Educating the world from top to bottom
  24. 27/09/2013Homework – Marks out of 10 for learning?
  25. 20/09/2013German education: from bureaucracy to philosophy
  26. 13/09/2013Memories, dreams and reflections of schooldays
  27. 06/09/2013Back to School Blues
  28. 30/08/2013Becoming a leader is something you learn
  29. 27/08/2013In sickness and in class
  30. 23/08/2013What makes some schools amazing?
  31. 16/08/2013Summer camps: a different kind of holiday
  32. 09/08/2013Still too many children not getting an education
  33. 05/08/2013TED winner Mitra warns teachers to be ready for change
  34. 02/08/2013Education faces a possible future without teachers
  35. 26/07/2013Exposing Slavery
  36. 19/07/2013Morocco aims for a 21st century education system
  37. 12/07/2013Real life education
  38. 05/07/2013What’s the use of a PhD anyway?
  39. 28/06/2013Are exams the best way to test our teens?
  40. 21/06/2013Subject to choice
  41. 14/06/2013My nursery is different
  42. 07/06/2013How IT is boosting education
  43. 31/05/2013Do school uniforms make a difference?
  44. 24/05/2013Turkey: bridging cultures
  45. 17/05/2013The lessons of tweeting; learning from social media
  46. 10/05/2013The power of civic education
  47. 03/05/2013The serious side of games
  48. 26/04/2013A mentor: a life-changing experience
  49. 19/04/2013Changing lives through education
  50. 12/04/2013Drop-outs: dealing with failure
  51. 05/04/2013The MOOC Movement – learning for all?
  52. 29/03/2013Syria: Rebuilding education
  53. 22/03/2013Rooted to the classics
  54. 15/03/2013Educating the green guardians of the future
  55. 08/03/2013100 years after launch of International Women’s day the struggle continues
  56. 01/03/2013Violence in schools: The dread of cyber-bullying
  57. 20/02/2013Oiling the wheels of education in the Gulf
  58. 15/02/2013A sporting chance in the classroom
  59. 08/02/2013Doha’s WISE awards recognise top educational projects
  60. 01/02/2013Displaced Children
  61. 25/01/2013Haiti: Rebuilding education
  62. 18/01/2013Building bridges between school and work
  63. 11/01/2013Sharing the pain, learning the lesson
  64. 04/01/2013The boys and girls who’d rather go to school
  65. 28/12/2012Learning the abilities to overcome disabilities
  66. 21/12/2012Wise words in India teach thousands in the slums
  67. 14/12/2012Leaving no orphans behind
  68. 07/12/2012Education and Media
  69. 30/11/2012In business
  70. 23/11/2012Class music on three continents
  71. 16/11/2012‘Flipped’ classrooms improve learning
  72. 15/11/2012Doha education summit ‘collaborates for change’
  73. 15/11/2012WISE summit announces six new winners
  74. 14/11/2012Optimism is the winner
  75. 14/11/2012Education is the key
  76. 09/11/2012“WISE” winners & altruistic innovators
  77. 02/11/2012The Great Escape: children break free from crises
  78. 26/10/2012US education in focus
  79. 17/10/2012The bilingualism challenge
  80. 12/10/2012Education on the frontline of the European crisis
  81. 05/10/2012Calls for an educational revolution in Egypt
  82. 14/09/2012Cognition recognition in the learning process
  83. 07/09/2012Rediscovering a love of reading
  84. 28/08/2012Summer Learning
  85. 21/08/2012Changing places
  86. 14/08/2012Building the schools of tomorrow
  87. 03/08/2012Informal learning
  88. 27/07/2012Sporty students: combining studies and high performance sport
  89. 18/07/2012Making Waves
  90. 17/07/2012Learning World: Microcredit for Education
  91. 09/07/2012Well fed, well read
  92. 05/07/2012Horizontal education
  93. 28/06/2012At what age philosophy?
  94. 21/06/2012Green is the colour
  95. 15/06/2012Game on!
  96. 08/06/2012Football: Kick-starting education
  97. 04/06/2012Glassblowing, construction and whistling
  98. 24/05/2012Inspiring the teachers
  99. 16/05/2012Gifted children
  100. 07/05/2012Helping migrant children find their feet
  101. 04/05/2012Agriculture: sowing the seeds of the future
  102. 25/04/2012Vocational training: learning as you go
  103. 19/04/2012Consequences of conflict
  104. 12/04/2012After calamity strikes
  105. 29/03/2012WISE prizes for educational innovation
  106. 22/03/2012Funding Education
  107. 22/03/2012Discipline in school – the pain of learning
  108. 14/03/2012Unschooling: the new class of learning
  109. 08/03/2012Lighting the way for women
  110. 02/03/2012Spotlight on Russia
  111. 23/02/2012Ending exclusion
  112. 16/02/2012Education and the Arab Spring
  113. 10/02/2012Why we should never stop learning
  114. 03/02/2012Education moves
  115. 27/01/2012Teaching indigenous culture
  116. 23/01/2012Coping with autism
  117. 13/01/2012Closing divisions
  118. 05/01/2012It’s a media world
  119. 02/01/2012Learning to count the pennies
  120. 23/12/2011Defying disability
  121. 19/12/2011No gender please, we’re pupils
  122. 09/12/201120 years after the USSR
  123. 02/12/2011Learning from another generation
  124. 28/11/2011Web bonus – Talking about teachers
  125. 23/11/2011The best days of your life?
  126. 18/11/2011Chemistry in the classroom
  127. 18/11/2011Marie Curie’s granddaughter, Hélène Langevin-Joliot
  128. 11/11/2011Closing the education gender gap
  129. 04/11/2011WISE education summit
  130. 03/11/2011Learning from the word “go”
  131. 28/10/2011Talk, walk and learn with the animals
  132. 21/10/2011Class size matters
  133. 14/10/2011How clean is clean?
  134. 29/09/2011Teaching peace
  135. 29/09/2011Making sense of maths
  136. 02/09/2011Atypical schools for different children
  137. 02/09/2011Building bridges through education
  138. 12/08/2011Dancing into the future
  139. 08/08/2011Ashoka’s Bill Drayton believes you can make a difference
  140. 02/08/2011Summer Camps
  141. 01/08/2011Ashoka – a success for social enterprise
  142. 21/07/2011What future for books in the digital age?
  143. 21/07/2011Who am I? – identity and education
  144. 08/07/2011Classes in conflict zones
  145. 27/06/2011Skipping school
  146. 21/06/2011Distance learning – a long way to get an education
  147. 13/06/2011UNICEF supports schools around the world
  148. 13/06/2011Taking the gap
  149. 06/06/2011Child workers – not always a bad thing
  150. 06/06/2011A class from the past
  151. 06/06/2011Class creativity
  152. 03/06/2011Screen school – Hi-tech learning
  153. 20/05/2011Gold stars – and stripes
  154. 13/05/2011Business education: softly softly
  155. 10/05/2011Learning lessons in jail
  156. 25/04/2011Prestigious universities
  157. 21/04/2011Equality of opportunity: interview with Irina Bukova
  158. 21/04/2011Adult literacy – the right to read
  159. 11/04/2011Social Media in the classroom
  160. 06/04/2011Inspiring pre-schoolers
  161. 31/03/2011Who is scared of Summerhill
  162. 28/03/2011Alternative teaching methods
  163. 21/03/2011Low cost learning is priceless
  164. 18/03/2011‘Be keen on Green’
  165. 16/03/2011Music school hits the right note
  166. 11/03/2011New countries, new classrooms
  167. 28/02/2011Inspiring women
  168. 25/02/2011Educating tomorrow’s scientists
  169. 18/02/2011Finding funds for universities
  170. 11/02/2011Erasmus goes global
  171. 01/02/2011A sporting chance
  172. 28/01/2011Learning to stay well
  173. 21/01/2011UNESCO targets education
  174. 14/01/2011Education bridging rural-urban divide
  175. 03/01/2011Emergency education after disasters
  176. 31/12/2010Teaching Tolerance
  177. 13/12/2010Learning outside the classroom
  178. 03/12/2010Making education a family matter
  179. 02/12/2010The multilingual goal
  180. 23/11/2010Special kids need special education
  181. 16/11/2010Food for thought
  182. 12/11/2010How do you train a leader?
  183. 12/11/2010Learning for the future in Brazil
  184. 05/11/2010Finland: First in Class
  185. 29/10/2010Teaching the tricks of the trade
  186. 23/10/2010Education empowering women
  187. 11/10/2010Education in far away places
  188. 08/10/2010Learning with new technologies
  189. 02/10/2010“Art and Education”
  190. 23/09/2010A global perspective on education
  191. 23/09/2010Hope and education

About our partner

The World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE) is a unique international multisectoral initiative for creative thinking, debate and purposeful action, aiming at shaping effective change in education.

WISE is an initiative of Qatar Foundation, launched in 2009 under the leadership of Her Highness Sheikha Moza bint Nasser.

For more information and to join the WISE Community, visit WISE website: www.wise-qatar.org