Starting with Self: Where SEL and Global Citizenship Intersect

Prior to joining the Meg team, I had experience in both the classroom as well as in the educational curriculum industry. When I was diving into Meg's very own Going Global coursework, I found myself recognizing parallels between what is addressed in the social and... Read more

Using Culture to Teach Language

Language learning is always a fun adventure to embark on. New words, different sounds, strange grammar rules - there are so many quirks you discover when learning a language. As someone who has lived in five different countries and can speak almost four languages (I... Read more

The importance of Digital Literacy Skills for Early Year Students

COVID-19 has brought about many changes in Education, the most noticeable of which has been an increased use of various forms of technology. Countless educators have spoken openly and honestly about their struggles with the constant use of technology. We often assume that students must... Read more

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The Global Educators you should be following

Global education is one of the fastest growing areas of education, rapidly gaining momentum, as schools, parents and students all realise that we are living in an increasingly globalised world. In response to Covid-19, educators have been discovering a plethora of opportunities in the areas... Read more

COVID-19, Collaboration and our Collective Consciousness

Online Collaborative Learning in Lockdown

December 2019, in Wuhan, China, Covid-19 first appeared, shutting down the city. At that time the rest of the world generally assumed that the story would stop there. Eight months later, every continent has been affected, with mass school closures, economies grinding to a halt,... Read more