See where education disruption is happening
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Education disruption is real, but hardly visible because it is fragmented. It all comes down to individual initiatives by teachers or groups of teachers, leaders, parents, or even students. Numerous innovations already solve problems in new, sustainable, and exciting ways.
We are here to find and help those who want to know where to start to innovate and become the actors of their teaching and leadership. We share the stories of those who make it happen on Twenty-One. We develop tools for educators and leaders.
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David Claivaz at the LIAC 2021 Conference
WHAT IS LIAC 2021?
LIAC is the London School of Digital Business's Conference and Awards.
LIAC was on from October 19th to October 21st 2021.
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The Podcast On 21st Century Education And Those Who Make it
Our project aims at the recognition of the community of Edupreneurial principals and teachers, i.e. of the actors of education who manage to transform the daily routines of their schools by their innovations, their creations, their solutions despite the different barriers that make such a process challenging.
We call these precursors and announcers of the education of the future "Edupreneurial", in order to underline their ability to rely on a particular mindset, the Entrepreneurial mindset, which has received a new and original definition in our book, the “Edupreneurial Mindset”.
The adjective “Edupreneurial” is used to qualify the ability of certain principals or teachers whose achievements are original, inspiring, innovative, unexpected, and at the same time useful, beneficial and often decisive, to act without extraordinary resources or outside a privileged contexte.
Twenty-One is the place where we celebrate the successes of these Edupreneurial Minds who transform their organizations.
Paul Richard is on Twenty-One
The Norwell Interview
Guiding Principles for Principals
Twenty-One, The Podcast
Portraits of Edupreneurial Principals and Teachers
School and Entrepreneurship gather to be “Forts ensemble”
From Lausanne, Marie Legrand shares her educational project with us by videoconference. First, as a teacher, and now as a self-employed, the common thread of her motivation has always been […]
Leading Libraries to Lead Education – Sara Furnival
We met Sara Furnival during the Upper Grand District School Board’s annual “Learning Fair” in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Canada, in August 2019. We agreed at that time to invite her for an […]
When parents understand and support innovation at school – François-Xavier Berclaz
We met François-Xavier Berclaz in Bratsch, on the road to Leukerbad, in Haut-Valais, Switzerland. François-Xavier Berclaz is the father of two students from gd-Schule, a school that uses the project’s […]
I take care of 48 children, 6 teachers and a … village! – Damian Gsponer
We met Damian Gsponer in Bratsch, on the road to Leukerbad, in Haut-Valais, Switzerland. Damian Gsponer is the founder and director of gd-Schule, a school that uses the pedagogy of […]
Team Academy, the hands-on Bachelor that disrupts education with Antoine Perruchoud
We met Antoine Perruchoud in the “House of Entrepreneurship” in Sierre, Switzerland. Here was born the Swiss version of Team Academy, a totally innovative Bachelor curriculum, offered as part of […]
Guiding Principles for Principals with Paul Richard
Who is Paul? We interviewed Paul Richard during the Learning Fair of the Upper Grand District School Board at Niagara-on-the-Lake, Canada, in August 2019. We had met Paul for the first time […]