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IMAGINE travelling to Ecuador, Thailand, Germany, India, the Galapagos Islands or the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan – all for school. That’s the amazing journey Wattamolla’s Cameron Leslie has undertaken over the past few years. Cameron isn’t your average high school…

 

A Cantabrian has become one of the first students to graduate from an international high school that involves studying in 12 countries for four years. Bailey Dobier was one of 15 international students to graduate from the THINK Global School (TGS) when she passed her high school diploma…

 

A year ago Edutain wrote about the amazing Think Global School, which is full of technology and flies every few months to a new location. Now we were able to learn first hand how things work at TGS by speaking to Head of Technology Mike Hourahine and Russian student Mark Surnin…

 

There was once a time when long-term travel was the preserve of gap year students, and grown-ups hung up their backpacks to “settle down” once children came along. But times are changing, and more families are taking a year or more to travel the world, during which their children engage in learning…

 

It’s 5:30 AM my time, 9:30 PM their time, when I connect with the students of THINK Global School via Skype. I’m in New York, where it’s cold and snowy. They’re in Sydney, where it’s been unseasonably warm. I rub the sleep from my eyes, take a sip of coffee, look for a pen, and tell them I’m not…

 

In the wake of what some have hailed as ‘Berlin’s worst biennale,’ local artist Cecile B. Evans is staging an intervention. Taking to heart the call to participate, she is producing a work that circumnavigates the political rhetoric that has so strongly induced the urge to run…

 

Beijing, Sydney, Berlin … twelve cities and countries in four years. Here is a secondary school that beats all international schools by a long shot. Swedish student Alice Flemming, 14, goes to THINK Global School, a secondary school currently located in…

 

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