Ready to revolutionize education with me?
Most schools struggle to fully implement a learner-centred, whole-child approach in the education they impart.
In partnership with schools and educators, iEducate Global creates transformative impact that will nurture children’s holistic learning potential. Through Professional Learning Facilitation and Curriculum Coaching service for pedagogical teams and teachers.
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After teaching for over 17 years in international schools on several continents, I learned the world-renown best practices that result in children meeting their potential.
I would love to help foster these best practices at your institution.
I offer in-person and self-paced virtual training sessions for teachers, educators and pedagogical teams to help them successfully build and implement holistic, child-centered curricula based on the latest research and proven methodologies. Read More…
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Why iEducate Global
IGNITING EVERY LEARNER’S HOLISTIC POTENTIAL.
Supporting schools and educators in transforming their educational practices into child-centred, integrative approaches prepares students to shape their own future. Learner-centred education brings forth learner’s individuality, knowledge, passions and skills to know themselves and the world around them.
An approach to teaching and learning with iEducate Global nurtures every learner’s 7 holistic dimensions of development:
- Personal (self-ful)
“Fandy is willing to take what research and theory say are best practices and use critical thinking skills to turn them into her own.
She has applied the Coaching Cycle to the international school context and facilitated teacher collaboration in achieving student-centered outcomes“.Michelle Harris Twitter: @harrismr1
Co-author The Instructional Playbook
Holistic Learning Hub
- Freedom, Power and ControlToday I want to talk about freedom and control how it relates to a holistic approach to education. I’m wondering, in what way does the curriculum and our approach to teaching and learning respect children’s right to freedom?When we recogniseContinue reading “Freedom, Power and Control”
- “Are you good at sensing?”That was the question posed to me by my boy this morning, after his sister had been upset over breakfast options. Are emotional dispositions a “teachable skill”? Can we “teach” affective skills the way we now are teaching thinking/cognitive skills?Continue reading ““Are you good at sensing?””