U is for The Unreasonable Group: Entrepreneurs Tackling Big Issues

The Unreasonable Group believes in mobilising the power of entrepreneurs to tackle big issues in the world. The video above describes one of the many ventures it has taken to make this happen.

The Read more

P is for David Perkins: Making Learning Whole

David is a professor at Harvard. In the video above he describes the importance of enabling students to become nimble learners. They will then be more able to deal with the unknown and shape Read more

S is for The Solution Revolution: People Finding Solutions To Challenges

Here is an introduction to The Solution Revolution. This book focuses on how people are taking initiatives to tackle challenges.

This introduction was posted by Tsega Belachew on the Ashoka Organization website. You can Read more

C is for The Center For Curriculum Redesign: 21st Century Skills

The Center is dedicated to enabling students to thrive in the 21st Century. It has many expert contributors. They provide both the theoretical background and practical tools for shaping a successful future.

In the Read more

P is for Patrick Philpott: Visionpath Education

Patrick is the founder and Managing Director of Visionpath Education and the creator of the SKILL! Programme.

Having started his first business in 2005 when aged 16, he was invited to speak at an Read more

G is for Good: A Global Community Of People Who Give A Damn

GOOD began as a magazine in 2006. Since then it has developed many different platforms, but it continues to follow its mission of ‘to do the most GOOD’.

The organisation highlights good Read more

C is for Guy Claxton: Enabling Students To Build Learning Power

Guy is known for his development of Building Learning Power. This is an approach that enables young people to develop their learning muscles and develop good learning habits.

Students are encouraged to develop qualities Read more