Design thinking

Be creative when problem-solving: Question everything, analyse, connect dots, design, build and test! As great companies do
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Have Tech Have Fun

It’s not only about technologies and learning…It’s about having fun in the process! You will be committed and involved, time will pass by Continue Reading

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Pack your bag

All in the marvellous surroundings of the Aragonese Pyrenees. Enjoy the excursions and outdoors activities from Villanua (Huesca) Continue Reading

  • Connecting with real life

    “Inquiry-driven and project-based learning make sense for today’s learners because it gives them the opportunity to connect the work they do in school with the larger world around them.

    We must stop saying that school is “preparation for real life” and acknowledge that school is real life for the kids while they are in it.

    Project-based learning allows that to happen in powerful, meaningful ways”

    Chris Lehmann, Science Leadership Academy, Philadelphia
  • Practicing skills with Project Based Learning

    “PBL provides the opportunity to learn and practice skills that traditional instruction often ignores — working in groups, making choices, monitoring progress, thinking deeply about a problem or challenge, and communicating what has been learned.

    In short, PBL helps students not only learn content but also the 21st-century skills they will need to thrive in a quickly changing, globally connected world”

    John Mergendoller, CEO, Buck Institute for Education (
  • Students of today are the leaders of the future

    “Students of today enter an increasingly globalized world in which technology plays a vital role.They must be good communicators as well as great collaborators. The new work environment requires  responsibility and the ability to self-manage as well as the interpersonal and project-management skills needed for teamwork and leadership.

    Enter project-based learning, designed to put students into a students-as- workers setting in which they learn collaboration, critical-thinking, and written- and oral- communication skills along with the values of a strong work ethic, all while meeting state or national content standards.”

    Bob Pearlman, Strategy consultant for education