Teachers First Goes from Impact to Sustainability across Egypt

The Ministry of Education and Technical Education is pleased to announce that the Teachers First Program continues to go from impact to sustainability across Egypt. As a foundation layer for teacher’s professional development, Teachers First has been helping to initiate, continue and sustain teacher behavioural change and professional development across 27 governorates through different phases.[…]

Assessment of Core skills

We are pleased to work with British Council who commissioned a pilot study to understand how Lengo – Point of Learning Platform (www.lengo.it)  can be used to assess Critical Thinking and Problem Solving with both teachers and students from schools in Lebanon and Ethiopia. This pilot was timely as the debate on the assessment of[…]

Center for Curriculum Design Report

Report from the Center for Curriculum Design Knowledge for the Age of Artificial Intelligence: What Should Students Learn? Seeks to look at the structure of the curriculum in schools in the light of the rise of artificial intelligence. By Maya Bialik & Charles Fadel January 2018 CCR_Knowledge_FINAL_January_2018 CCR_Knowledge_Supplement_January_2018  

Join the EFF debate!

Live Stream at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/rvG5Gk34tUM SESSION TITLE:  Education Fast Forward Debate – “From Global Competence to National Success” DATE and TIMING: Monday 22 January 09.00 – 10.25 DESCRIPTION: Debate and discussion addressing the links between developing skills of global competence and both individual and national success.  The session will be livestreamed from the Education World Forum and[…]

Partnership with onQ

Imagine Education and onQ Announce Innovative Partnership to Redefine Anytime, Anywhere Learning NEWS PROVIDED BY Dec 07, 2017, 08:30 ET LONDON and ATLANTA, Dec. 7, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Imagine Education, a leader in global learning solutions, and onQ™, a revolutionary digital content delivery platform for communications and learning, today announced a strategic partnership to deliver Aspire ― a new joint solution that[…]

Trends in Learning Report 2017

The annual Trends in Learning Report 2017 from the Open University focuses on six critical learning trends: Learning through Social Media Productive failure Design thinking Learning from the crowd Formative analytics Learning for the future All of these elements are embedded in the design of Teachers First and how our Communities of Practice learn from[…]

Josh Howe

Software Developer Josh joined Imagine Education in April 2017 as a software developer. Josh’s interest in development started as a hobby while in school and, with Imagine, he has contributed to the development of Lengo and has created tools to help ease the development of the Lengo products. Josh grew up in Cornwall and is[…]


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Developing Point of Learning

Developing Point of Learning – An innovative approach to enhancing professional learning Twining, Rix & Sheehy (2006) Developing Point of Learning Developing Point of Learning – References and Appendices A challenge for the assessment of learners in any context is how it can both reflect the learning that is taking place and serve a role[…]

PISA 2015 Results

December 6 2016 saw launch of the 2015 results from the OECD’s Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). PISA is a triennial international survey which aims to evaluate education systems worldwide by testing the skills and knowledge of 15-year-old students. In 2015 over half a million students, representing 28 million 15-year-olds in 72 countries and economies,[…]