Seeing The Unseen: The Exhibition Opening Up The Universe To Teenagers

Interactivity has long been associated with engaging young people in learning, but this exciting new project goes one further and actually involves teenagers in the design. In this article from The Guardian, read about Melbourne’s famous Scienceworks museum and how their new exhibition is doing more to promote STEM subjects to young adults. The principle “science…

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How To Be Better At Uncertainty

As part of our focus on empathy, here we’re looking at the power of uncertainty with an article from The CUT, New York Magazine‘s female-focused website and blog. Despite a general trend towards knowing one’s mind and the freedom that losing unnecessary baggage brings, Kristin Wong explores how it’s actually accepting the unknown which leads to…

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Best Teacher In The World Andria Zafirakou: ‘Build Trust With Your Kids – Then Everything Else Can Happen’

We love talking about those inspiring learning in young people, so we were particularly excited to read this article about the London teacher named best in the world earlier this year. Andria Zafirakou is an art teacher with an unconventional approach; a departure from the more common strategy of teaching core subjects with rigorous structure…

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Partnering For Play: What Lies Behind Successful Play Partnerships?

At the Institute of Imagination we’re so proud of our collaborations, they are an integral part of what we do. LEGO®, who we’re working with on RE:CODE London, is constantly building its community engagement initiatives. Let’s learn why they’re so vital with David Pallash, Senior Manager, Social Responsibility and Child Engagement at LEGO Group. We’re also…

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