Certificate in Education Studies in Leadership
21 Filipino educational leaders and educational officials were selected to attend the second offering of Certificate in Education Studies in Leadership under the Transformational Educational Leadership in the 21st Century Contexts programme. This programme is offered by the University of Queensland’s School of Education in partnership with The HEAD Foundation and Ateneo Centre for Educational Development.
THINK Digest Issue No. 6: Sustainability In A Time of Crisis
The editorial team of THINK invited several international experts and academics to discuss some of the most pressing concerns of our time, ranging from the conundrums faced by green-product producers, to the persistence of social inequality as a policy blind spot, and the role an ordinary individual can play in the fight against global warming.
Advancing the K-12 Reform from the Ground: A Case Study in the Philippines
The HEAD Foundation is pleased to jointly publish the ADB Sustainable Development Working Paper Series No. 66 with the Asian Development Bank. This working paper is a case study of the Certificate of Educational Studies in Leadership programme in the Philippines. The authors show how leadership programmes can aid school leaders in the challenging task of supporting and advancing the K–12 Reform.
Fifty Secrets Of Singapore’s Success: Good Schools
Co-written by Prof S. Gopinathan and Mr Vignesh Naidu, this essay first appeared in the print version of “Fifty Secrets Of Singapore’s Success”. The book, a compilation of 50 essays sharing how Singapore has scored significant success in nine areas, is edited by Ambassador-at-Large Tommy Koh.
Improving Inclusive Education (Autism): Training Teachers in Laos
The HEAD Foundation is supporting Universiti Sains Malaysia, Souphanouvong University and University of Nottingham, Malaysia, to develop an online training module for teachers in Laos to facilitate social communication of students with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Nobel Laureate Lecture: Looking to the Frontiers of Fundamental Science
Nobel Laureate in Physics 2004, Professor David Gross outlined some of the great unknowns at the frontiers of Fundamental Science, particularly on how the Universe began, how we are trying to find the answers to these questions and what the answers might be.