Stratford Hall: Breaking the Traditional Walls of Education

Stratford Hall was founded in the late 1990s by two Burnaby parents, Elaine Lee and Cindy Leung, who wanted a university preparatory option for their own children. The school opened in 2000 with only 40 students. Since then, it has added about 40 new students each year, making the...


The Baldwin School of Puerto Rico: Transcending the Boundaries of Traditional Learning

Visiting Puerto Rico, a Caribbean Island and unincorporated U.S. territory, is a one-of-a-kind experience. This Caribbean paradise has a rich history and culture, exceptional food, pristine beaches, majestic mountains, relaxation, adventure, and, more than everything, a creative space for school education. Situated on a tropical 23-acre campus in the...

United Nations International School: Celebrating 75 Years of Excellence in Fostering Innovation, Creativity, and Cross-cultural Communication

Located one mile south of the United Nations in Manhattan, on a site overlooking the East River, United Nations International School (UNIS) is exceptionally diverse, inclusive, and culturally rich. In fact, no other school in the world can boast of having students from over 100 countries, speaking more than...

WillowWood School: Recognizing the Need to Equip Students for the Future

Founded in 1980, WillowWood is a family-style school where friendly and genuine interactions happen between students and teachers, issues are dealt with directly, and children feel seen and known. The school is a thriving community where teachers really make an effort to get to know each child, their strengths,...


Why We Must Leverage the Power of Technology in Mathematics

Dr. James Tanton earned his PhD in mathematics from Princeton University. He is an author, a consultant, and ambassador for the Mathematical Association of America in Washington D.C., chair of the Advisory Council for the National Museum of Mathematics, and a founder of the Global Math Project, an initiative...


Teachers Leaving: Is it Pay?

Dr. Hans Andrews is the Distinguished Fellow in Community College Leadership through Olney Central College in Olney, Illinois.  He is a former president of the college.  He also served as Dean of Instruction at Illinois Valley Community College and Vice President for Community and Student Services at Kellogg Community...


Whether We Like It or Not, There Is No Going Back

Matthew Piercy teaches two courses for Global Online Academy and is also a grade 12 teacher at Hawaii Preparatory Academy. His experiences in the classroom include every grade from 3rd to 12th. He also enjoyed a stint as an instructional coach. Matthew has worked in international and boarding schools...


How Does Technology Impact our Child’s Development?

Mireia Lopez is qualified as a Primary school teacher with a Masters in Psychology. She is the founder and director of Discovery Playtime and mum to two children who inspired her to start her business. She is passionate about play and child development and promotes the power of play...

How Gamification Can Create Lifelong Learners

Amanda Sinnott has been a prominent figure in online education since 2012, focusing on developing effective student engagement strategies. She has gained recognition as an expert, with many educators, administrators, and students praising her insights on virtual learning environments. Amanda has been invited to speak at numerous events and...

Branksome Hall

Crofton House School

Dwight School

French-American School of New York

Lycée International de Los Angeles

St. George's School of Montreal

Stratford Hall

The Baldwin School of Puerto Rico

United Nations International School

WillowWood School