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How Ghana made me realise why Kognity exists

Posted by Kognity on February 28, 2018

“Why does your company exist?” This is a question that few ask themselves, or are confronted with, and when they do most find surprisingly difficult to answer. We’re not talking about the general reasons, such as “this product fills a … Read more.


March’s ‘Meet the Kognite’ with Harriet!

Posted by Abigail Bryant on March 27, 2017

For March’s ‘Meet the Kognite’ we sat down with our Head of Content Harriet, to chat with her about how she got into publishing, what we have to expect from the Kognity Content team in the future and what her average … Read more.


1:1 schools – How do these cater for the needs of IBDP students?

Posted by Abigail Bryant on March 13, 2017

Our guest writer for this week, Chris Lister. Chris is a IBDP Visual Arts teacher at the United NationsInternational School of Hanoi. He is an IBDP & MYP Visual Arts moderator, team leader and senior examiner, with twelve years of IBDP, IBMYP, IBPYP … Read more.


Technology in the IBDP – How do we utilise technology for our students?

Posted by Abigail Bryant on February 27, 2017

Our guest writer for this week, Chris Lister. Chris is a IBDP Visual Arts teacher at the United NationsInternational School of Hanoi. He is an IBDP & MYP Visual Arts moderator, team leader and senior examiner, with twelve years of IBDP, IBMYP, … Read more.


Student Centered Learning: Allowing Students Autonomy over their Work

Posted by Abigail Bryant on February 20, 2017

This weeks blog post is guest written by Emi Sharma. Emi is the Founder/Teacher of Zeki Jaan in Delhi, an after school LEGO Robotics space. Before founding Zeki Jann, Emi has taught K-8 students in general education and LEGO classes, students … Read more.


February’s Meet the Kognite with Marcus E

Posted by Abigail Bryant on February 13, 2017

For February’s ‘Meet the Kognite’ we sat down with our Chief Technology Officer, Marcus to chat with him about his experience of working at Kognity and what it is like heading up the Kognity Tech team. To start off with, … Read more.


Looking at the IBDP programme – how do we enable students to be well rounded?

Posted by Abigail Bryant on February 06, 2017

Our guest writer for this week, Chris Lister. Chris is a IBDP Visual Arts teacher at the United Nations International School of Hanoi. He is an IBDP & MYP Visual Arts moderator, team leader and senior examiner, with twelve years of IBDP, IBMYP, … Read more.


Feature: Effective Assessment and Evaluation for New Teachers- More than just Marking Papers

Posted by Abigail Bryant on January 30, 2017

Happy Monday to all our readers, new and old! This week I am featuring and repostng one of our most popular blog posts, given that we have so many new blog followers. This is an opportunity refresh our long time … Read more.


Teachers – Run a Marathon, Don’t Sprint!

Posted by Abigail Bryant on January 23, 2017

I am sure there have been days when you left the classroom utterly exhausted. You would have what you thought were picture perfect lesson plans, where you had to ask all the questions, provide all the activities and students had … Read more.


4 Fun Ways to Re-Engage Students After the Holiday Break

Posted by Abigail Bryant on January 16, 2017

The December holidays have come and gone, and a new calendar year has begun. During the holiday period, we often prioritise spending quality time with family and friends, reflecting on the past year, and setting our sights on what is … Read more.


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