Global education organization, HundrED, is sharing best practice ideas and projects across borders to help improve the future of education globally, and Two Rivers has been chosen as one of its 100 most inspiring projects!
HundrED aims to share inspiring ideas and projects across borders to help improve the future of education globally. To achieve this, a team of researchers investigated innovations from around the world to determine 100 projects that are changing the face of education. The innovations were identified through research, events and recommendations; over 700 projects were evaluated based on their originality, impact, and scalability. Two Rivers Assessment was chosen due to its unique pioneering status and ability to create a scalable impact.
The selected 100 projects cover various fields of education from learning environments and holistic wellbeing to collaborative learning and game-based education, as well as a range of themes including small teacher-led practices, ambitious not-for-profit initiatives, viral edtech products and unique whole school models.
Saku Tuominen, creative director of HundrED, said: “Two Rivers Assessment clearly stood out to us as a project that needed to be shared with the world. Being able to showcase these innovations marks the beginning of a drive to get all teachers involved in revolutionising education. We will continue to encourage as many schools and organisations as possible to get involved so that we can work towards a positive future.”
To share the projects, HundrED has created an online platform so that educators around the world can trial and review Two Rivers Assessment and all the other innovations using the resources, for free.
More information about the project can be found by visiting: hundred.org/en/innovations/two-rivers-assessment.