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Remembering Sir Ken Robinson, FLS News Issue 1072 Tue 25 August 2020

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“The noblest pleasure is the joy of understanding” ― Leonardo da Vinci [more quotes]
🕛 2 Mins | Story
Remembering Sir Ken Robinson
In February 2006, author and educator Sir Ken Robinson stepped on the TED stage….
🕛 4 Mins | Strategies
Conversation is a cornerstone of…..
🕛 2 Mins  | Response to COVID-19
Rohingya Children Bearing Brunt Of COVID Disruptions In Bangladesh Refugee Camps As Education Facilities Remain Closed
🕛 5 Mins  | Disabilities
Schools Say They Have To Do Better For Students With Disabilities This Fall
More than 7 million schoolchildren….
🕛  3 Mins | TVET
KOICA Supports Vietnam In Giving Vocational Training To Disadvantaged People
The MoU will serve as the foundation…..
 
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2020 thematic focus: “Teaching and learning literacy: The role of educators and changing pedagogies”.
 
Since 1967, UNESCO International
Literacy Prizes have rewarded excellence and innovation in the field of
literacy. Over 495 projects and programmes undertaken by governments,
non-governmental organizations and individuals around the world have
been recognized. Through these prestigious Prizes, UNESCO seeks to
support effective literacy practices and encourages the promotion of
dynamic literate societies.

 

 
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