The Digital Divide

Covid-19 has revealed global weaknesses in even the most robust of infrastructures. Around the world, leaders are scrambling to counter these weaknesses and prevent potentially disastrous social consequences.   Many healthcare systems are at bursting point, supply chains have been shocked, and some have ground to a halt, the tourism industry is on hold, oil prices have dropped to an …

Connecting Teachers via ZOOM

Teachers are usually social beings; we seek out connections with students and staff to make our job more enjoyable. They are now being asked to undertake a new challenge – managing the learning of their students from afar. Remote learning has become our reality, and teachers are now faced with this new challenge. At LeapEd we have been working with …

Free Coronavirus eBook

READ THE FREE eBOOK About the eBook On Friday 12th June LeapEd and Nosy Crow issued a digital ebook FREE for anyone to read on screen or print out, about the coronavirus and the measures taken to control it.  It has been written by staff within the publishing company and LeapEd Services, with expert input from Professor Graham Medley of …

Supporting Inclusive Education

LeapEd is developing and implementing an innovative model for change which enables Malaysian indigenous (Orang Asli) students to engage in enjoyable educational experiences. This approach empowers the students to recognise and celebrate their unique identity, language and culture and to achieve success as Malaysian citizens. Before the Orang Asli students can engage in successful learning, they need to have a …

Trust Schools Programme: Preparing our Children for the 21st Century

I started the school year riddled with anxiety. As a first time mum, I was overwhelmed by it all. The paperwork, the books, the uniforms, and the unfamiliar territory had made me feel like I was the one to start school all over again. I think my worries surpassed that of my daughter’s! A sweeping glance at the other parents …

What is monitoring and evaluation?

Have you ever had these questions in mind when running a project? Are our initiatives working? Have our programmes had a measurable impact on expected outcomes? If not, how can we make strategic changes in order to achieve our objectives? This is where Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) comes in. A complex and often intertwined process, M&E is integral in any …

Developing the Leaders of Tomorrow

What exactly is a leader? Can anyone be a leader?  Are we born with leadership skills or are they developed over time? These were some of the questions fifth formers from Tunku Kurshiah College tackled as part of a recent Student Leadership workshop.  And their responses were both insightful and worthy of the moniker ‘the Nation’s future leaders’. Over the …

Core Series On The Road!

A hectic dash through the KL traffic took our Core Series Team to Subang Airport heading to south for our first Core Series Introductory Session for Middle Leaders. After a short plane hop to Johor Bahru, the team got an early night before heading to Excelsior International school for an early morning workshop with 28 middle leaders from Private and …

Middle Leadership Intro Session

A little boost goes a long way We talked to a participant at our recent Saturday introductory session at Menara TM – Ms Vijeeta. How do you feel about the Saturdays on [email protected] session you attended? This module was great and the materials and resources that were provided to us were appropriate and extensive. The course content was just right …

A School Unlike Others

A SCHOOL UNLIKE OTHERS by Hema B “It was a bright and sunny day in August 2017, when the boss called me into his room. I was a bit curious. We were informed of a new project, requiring a bespoke approach in Islamic Education enhancement. The recurrent phrase ‘’…unlike other schools…” stuck in my mind as I travelled Kuantan with …