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Homeschooling Part 1 – A Muslim Mother’s Story

Featured People Interrupting

I was in Tobago earlier this year. On a riding adventure at Healing with Horses, I was accompanied by three beautiful home-schooled children. The eldest girl wore her  hijab swim-wear confident and brave. Her younger brother was the most calm, collected young man I have seen in a while.  And their smallest sibling held her own controlling her horse with stern  ‘Walk on” commands whenever he lagged behind. I was fascinated by these children. Veronica, our host at Healing with Horses shared with me they came riding three days a week as part of their schooling.  I was fascinated. This has now led me on a Home-Schooling adventure which I will share with you in the next couple of [...]

UBER-izing Education…the next big thing?

Creativity and Innovation Ideas worth Starting What's new in Education

Originally published by the Varkey Foundation.  How many cars and buses are daily moving kids back and forth to concrete basecamps? How much of a parent’s focus and presence at work is interrupted by the movement of their children to and from school? Would you agree that schools are not sending us back happy well balance children equipped with character related, real-life and academic skills which the positive education movement advocates are needed? Interrupting traditional education is on every hacker’s mind. Elon Musk created AD Astra. James Cameron wife created the Muse School. My Growing Leaders Foundation has been offering schools in Dubai and Trinidad and Tobago leadership, soft [...]