My mentors have inspired me to actually put my solution in action. I thought the learning facilitators were kind, knowledgeable, taught us great skills and pushed me out of my comfort zone.
The educators here are just awesome! They’re always there when I needed help! They’ve helped improve my project a lot. It’s great to interact with them and I always enjoy the sessions.
All the educators are knowledgeable, inspirational, and are great personalities that can be trusted and relied on for help. I've learned a lot of useful things from the conversations I've had with them.
My facilitators and mentors inspired me the whole way though the program, and helped push me further in ways I couldn’t do on my own.
My experience with the education team at the school of humanity has been nothing but phenomenal. They have all helped me so much in my learning experience and gave me plenty of resources to improve and utilize in my day to day activities.
The whole SoH team always made me feel welcome, especially on the Industry mentorship which was one of my favorite sessions. The whole team is more than people working to make SoH work, they made me feel special.
The educators were fun, inspiring and so dedicated to seeing us learn and grow. Also, they have a great listening ear and are always ready to support and motivate me.
The mentors /facilitators are very approachable and knowledgeable people. They guide you to think about perspectives you haven't ever thought about. They have definitely helped us in progressing to global citizens
There are many things that make us different to a traditional school.
Instead of courses, learners embark on interdisciplinary learning paths. These are guided journeys involving workshops, mentorship experiences, and learning activities. In challenge paths, the learning is guided by solving a global challenge. During skill paths, learners develop powerful skills through projects. During career paths, learners experience jobs of the future.
We don’t assess learning through traditional standardized exams. Instead our assessments are meaningful, project-based, and open to personalization. Our assessments are also aligned with how skills are currently being assessed in the workforce.
There are no subjects at the School of Humanity. Instead our curriculum is fully interdisciplinary and places emphasis on instilling values, competencies, and mindsets.
Our faculty consists of inspiring learning facilitators and industry expert mentors.
While our model is fully online, it is still designed to be interactive, social, and personalized. Additionally, learners get access to co-learning spaces in select cities.
A typical day consists of live workshops, sessions with your mentor, and interactive learning models. There is a balance of synchronous (live) and asynchronous (self-paced) learning. While some sessions are at fixed times, learners also get flexibility in their schedule should they need it.
Our model is also based on evidence-based methodologies and the latest findings from science of learning.
It is designed, led and governed by experts in education, with over a century of collective experience in designing, leading and validating new education models. We regularly test our pedagogy and curriculum through pilot programs.
School of Humanity’s education model is based on proven pedagogy and education models, including: Challenge-based Learning, Solutionary Education, Inquiry-based Learning and Competency-based learning.
Depends on the session! Our industry mentorship sessions include no more than 4 learners. Our workshops have no more than 15 learners. Learners also participate in 1:1 calls with their learning facilitators every week.
Learners have the option to participate from co-learning spaces in select cities globally at an additional fee. These spaces provide an optional opportunity for learners to socialize with other learners, with adult supervision and on-site learning support – as well as providing equitable access to wifi and resources.