22 Results in category Trends in Education

Teacher with animation background makes learning exciting

How a British teacher quickly made his mark in a Canadian private school.

How private schools prevent and protect against bullying

Good prevention and decisiveness at private schools make a big difference

Zero ego: A teacher shows his students how to ‘fail forward’

Teacher Pete O’Grady shows his students how to lead, ‘fail forward’

Co-curriculars push students to find a passion, stretch their horizons

Activities outside the classroom are no afterthought at private schools. Instead, they are an essential partner to the academic curriculum.

Historic Canadian Win for Bayview Glen Robotics Team on the World Stage

For only the second time in history, a Canadian FLL Robotics team has captured the Champion’s Award at the FIRST® Championship. Ctrl-Z, a team comprised of seven Lower, Prep and Upper School students from Bayview Glen, was crowned champion.

Waldorf - Engaging the head, hands and heart

Waldorf school curriculum engages the head, hands and heart.

Above and Beyond - the importance of university prep

In prep schools, university counselling begins early and often.

Following his bliss

This senior school teacher left the financial world – and never looked back.

Should teachers cut back on homework?

Can we rely on teachers to rethink homework assignments in the direction of such projects, rather than dreary continuations of what ought to be done in classes at school? Probably yes in some cases and no in others.

What I really like about my kid’s school

Real parents share their enthusiasm for private education.