May 26, 2021 by Bobby Atanasova, Galileo Team Member and Parent Images by Jenny Paglinawan
What you ought to know about deschooling & unschooling
I came across the term deschooling many years ago, when I was going deeper into reading about self-directed learning and unschooling. Deschooling is used to describe the time a family chooses to spend when transitioning from the school system to another alternative. This period is for recovering from the time when the child was going to school and everything was set in strict schedules, assignments and tests, time when the child didn’t have a choice. The deschooling is important not only for the child, but for the parents too, as everyone needs to be onboard with the choices made after.
March 03, 2021 by Heidi van Heerden Images by Jenny Paglinawan
Galileo team shares why
One of the most phenomenal things about building a global school is the incredible global team that comes to us from all corners of the globe. While this might sound logistically confusing, Galileo always finds a way to make time zones disappear - with a lot of fun, of course!
May 04, 2020 by Artist in residence
This Generation Will Be Stepping Foot on Mars
At Galileo, we believe our kids should be exposed to what we consider the fundamental skills for the future. But, because everything we do is only inspirational and not mandatory we need to find the most passionate teachers to inspire our students to teach them new skills.