It’s great to see Finland putting the education innovation spotlight on Australia. Hands on Learning has made the 2017 Global list of inspiring education innovations by Finnish not-for-profit HundrED.
Researchers investigated 1000 education innovations from around the world to identify 100 innovations from 41 different countries evaluated according to their innovativeness, impact and scalability. Hands on Learning is among six innovations from Australia – to read more please follow this link…
Huonville High School has been the first to embrace the internationally recognised Hands on Learning program in Tasmania. The students have been busy… Read More
The innovative Hands on Learning program is hands down one of the best in the world. It has been recognised by global non-profit HundrED as one of its 100 most inspiring education innovations and now runs in school across Australia as well as the UAE. McClelland principal Amadeo Ferra said the program was a winner. Read More
The Hands on Learning students have been refurbishing an old Z-Class tram to turn it into a student-run café as part of the program. One group of students has been building the tram while the other has been running The Next Stop Café from the school’s home-economics room. It will start operating from the tram early next year. Read more…
Hands on learning is giving students at Mt Clear Secondary College a different pathway to stay engaged at school.
For one day a week, 10 students spend time working on building projects around the school and in the community in the innovative Hands on Learning program.
“We introduced Hands on Learning because we wanted to make sure that every student at Mount Clear College had an opportunity to discover their talents and experience individual success, helping build self-esteem and strong pathways into the senior school,” said principal Lynita Taylor.
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Hands on Learning, a program supported by Australian aid and development agency Save the Children, was included on the list compiled by education non-profit HundrED.
The school-based practical program increases student achievement by creating opportunities for young people to discover their talents and experience success through literal “hands-on” learning.
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Hands on Learning Australia (HoLA) and Save the Children joined forces to make it possible for more young Australians to stay connected to school and improve their educational and life outcomes. HoLA and Save the Children share a bold vision – that all young people at risk of disengaging from school will have a genuine opportunity to receive and learn from a quality basic education.
The merger, took effect from 1st April 2017, bringing together HoLA’s long-term ambition to prevent early school leaving and Save the Children’s vision of a world in which every child attains the right to a quality basic education.
Read more about this exciting development here.
The HoL team at Doveton College have won the first ever HoL Video Competition. In 2 minutes they did an amazing job of capturing the essence of why HoL is so effective.
The school welcomed local MP Gabrielle Williams who presented the team with the latest GoPro HERO5 as first prize. HOLA Chair Rod Glover also attended to congratulate the team, and also presented the video director Zach Gleeson with his own smaller action camera.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE DOVETON HOL TEAM!!
Watch their fabulous video here
WESTERN Port Secondary College students have been inspired and challenged by their ideas modelled on McClelland Sculpture Park and created their own on the school grounds.
Hands On Learning students created ‘Ponder the Pelican’ to perch on top to greet visitors. Their sculpture has won the People’s Choice award.
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