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Learning World: a weekly report on worldwide education for both children and adults, including inspiring stories and analysis from experts in the field
In this episode of Learning World, Euronews takes a look at some of the best ballet and theatre schools in Russia and examines how easy it is for foreign students to study such disciplines in the country.
In this episode of Learning World we look at the importance of learning languages.
How important is play in early childhood education?
This episode of Learning World looks at approaches to schooling for twins and multiples.
The world is witnessing the biggest refugee crisis since World War ll.
Teaching's one-size-fits-all approach is inadapted for many, especially pupils in critical situations or failing. This edition of Learning World looks at some remarkable teachers and their remarkable
Over the past few years Learning World has heard many inspiring stories about education in the face of adversity and trauma. Two reports that
Beating off bears or bringing the secrets of the universe into primary schools; just two of the challenges astronomers face when passing on their knowledge to the next generation of stargazers.
In this edition of Learning World, we visited both northern Rwanda and southern Brazil to examine a question that faces families the world over –
Tunisia gets its Learning World two-year report card as Maha Barada returns to see if the Arab Spring has blown a wind of change through the country's classrooms
When Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCS) first emerged around a decade ago – the term ‘MOOC’ itself first started to be used in 2008 – they were
When we talk about improving education, teachers are obviously at the heart of the debate – but rethinking approaches and changing methods is tough
Can adjustable lighting in classrooms affect educational achievement? And what about schools that have no electricity at all? We explore the impact
This edition of Learning World looks at crisis education, and crisis management; two schools, two approaches to tackling disasters professionally
Science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) and education for people with disabilities regularly top the agenda of the World Innovation Summit
Overconsumption, pollution, global warming – we are living on a planet strained by decades of excess. So, how do we teach the next generation to face
Today’s news is overwhelmed with questions on multiculturalism, diversity and peace. In this edition we take a look at how education can play a very
Egypt-based Nafham and the Educate! project in Uganda have been named WISE Awards winners at this year's World Innovation Summit for Education in Doha. This edition of Learning World looks into what t