Leaps of Knowledge: The HEART Series is a collection of five episodes featuring contextual topics in the themes of FrogAsia’s core values: H, E, A, R, and T respectively. The series tackles key questions in education against the backdrop of a world in the age of a global pandemic. It provides a home ground for every educator worldwide, as we explore diverse perspectives and spark conversations with people who believe they can make a difference.
This conference explored the HEART of education and inspired a sense of purpose and joy by changing hearts and shaping minds, featuring thought leaders like Puan Sri Sherina Aris, Swaroop Rawal, Nicholas Piachaud, Racheal Kwacz, Dr. Anjhula Mya Singh Bais, Dzameer Dzulkifli and Red Hong Yi.
Featuring thought leaders such as Kiran Bir Sethi and Cheryl Anne Fernando, this conference celebrated the collective efforts of the education community and focused on empowering educators to continue raising the bar in education by doing things differently.
This conference, featuring inspiring thought leaders like Shaheen Mistri and Datin Nawal Salleh, explored how the education community can work together to raise the bar by celebrating each other’s successes, learning from each other and collaborating on new ideas to better raise 21st century learners.
This conference, featuring thought leaders from the Christensen Institute and the University of Birmingham like Thomas Arnett, Professor James Arthur and Dr Tom Harrison, explored how a community of educators, parents and partners in education can work together to cultivate and raise effective 21st century learners.
Listening to global changemakers such as Safeena Husain, John-Son Oei and d’Arcy Lunn, students were inspired to combat social issues through a conference that enabled them to understand and explore the United Nation’s Global Goals for sustainable development and develop ideas to make a difference for a sustainable tomorrow.
This conference, featuring thought leaders like Dr Cathy Davidson and Ken Wissoker, invited educators to reimagine education by exploring the variety of ways technology can be used creatively in teaching and learning in the classroom.
The Summer School and conference ran together with professors from St Anne’s College, University of Oxford, inspired students and gave them a glimpse of learning at one of the top universities in the world.
This conference brought together big thinkers and changemakers, such as Dr Alice Wilder, Alistair Smith, Julia Immonen and Jaul Anak Bunyau to inspire and encourage educators and parents to think differently and to be at the forefront of change in education.
Our inaugural full-day conference featured a lineup of international thought leaders in the fields of education and technology including Prof Sugata Mitra, Gregory Bryant, Dato Seri Idris Jala, Lord Stewart Sutherland and Alvin Ung to discuss the future of learning.
Having overcome many challenges and living life to the fullest despite his limitations, Nick Vujicic was the first person to launch our Leaps of Knowledge series, and served as an inspiration for people to overcome challenges despite their circumstances in the journey of transforming education through technology.
Shoes made from recycled plastic, apps that crowd-source live traffic updates, adhesive hooks that don’t damage walls… These are just a few examples of innovations that have improved the way we live. Many of these solutions are the result of creative thinking or ‘out-of-the-box thinking’...
It hasn’t been easy for everyone to sit at home in isolation, especially when we’re so used to meeting everyone at school and at work and spending time with friends and family. 2020 has helped us appreciate moments spent together with loved ones...
It’s easy to feel like one person can’t make a difference, and the world has so many big problems that seem impossible to solve. So when we think about making a difference, we often fall for the myth that it has to be something of astronomical effect which is not true. ...
Mahatma Gandhi said, “Be the change you wish to see in the world” to inspire and remind us how everyone has the power to make an impact. Watch the video of teachers, students and parents sharing about their encounters with small, simple acts that have made a difference. ...