The Learning Teacher Network (LTN), works with teachers and educators around the world to promote a vision of education as a means of creating and maintaining a sustainable world.

“I hate my teacher”.  “She is a cow”.    “She sucks”  “Everyone hates her”. . “Everyone wants her to die”.   And so on…. It is remarkable that on the internet we find lots of websites informing parents how they can learn their kids how to cope with bullying...

Important  Australian research at the university of Queensland (October 2017) is showing that practicing all kind of skills in the pre-school age (4-7) is absolutely worth spending time on as a teacher. Children themselves start these skills from 6 years old. https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2017-10/sfri-saa101717.php Starting to read the summary...

Are you involved in a European project?  The Learning Teacher Network has been interested in your innovative school projects for more than a decade. The Network started, in their early period, to organize seminars where schools working with children of similar ages could meet and find out...

Sometimes teachers in (pre-) primary education have the feeling that the curriculum is overloaded . When it comes down to it there seem to be all kind of extra demands from society coming into schools. This is especially so when something is happening and nobody...

Statistics from the OECD on teachers’ salaries are showing interesting details about the salary differences between primary school teachers and teachers in (upper) secondary. (https://data.oecd.org/eduresource/teachers-salaries.htm#indicator-chart). The OECD compared these salaries in 2015 (in US dollars!!) all over the world. For me this was interesting for...

The use of mobile platforms to further the ambitions of the SDGs is very clever. A private company in the US has created apps that work both on iPhones and Android devices. Check it out here. The app gets great reviews and could be just what...