Social intelligence will revolutionize education. Here’s how

At eSmart Recycling we are committed to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, especially Goal #4: To deliver universal quality education, that is why we share this article from the World Economic Forum and their valuable insight to accomplish this important goal as we continue to evolve as a society: $39 billion. That’s the additional … Read more

How to solve the Skills Gap

According to Gordon Brown, former prime minister of the UK and the Education Commission, 900 million of the world’s 1.4 billion children reach adulthood un- or under-educated. One of the biggest reasons why this is happening is because of the lack of access to proper resources and infrastructure worldwide. As a company, eSmart Recycling is … Read more

How to keep your child safe online -in the middle of a world pandemic-

The world of the internet is big and complex; this pandemic has made children rely on and be exposed to the internet for much longer, which increases the risk of them coming across something not suitable for them, here at eSmart Recycling, we found this great article from Unicef and thought it would be great … Read more

Supporting teachers so they can teach

When talking about education, attention is generally focused on those who receive it, on the students, but a fundamental part of education is those who teach it, the facilitators, and the tools needed for a successful delivery. Here, at eSmart Recycling, we are committed to leveraging our business as a positive force to empower all … Read more

Innovating to learn

The scope of education has always been a matter of concern for international organizations, that is why one of the objectives of the millennium is to close the education gap that exists in some countries, and for that it is important to innovate the methods of educating, this resonates a lot with us at eSmart … Read more

The Roaring Twenties: Educating the COVID-19 generation

Covid 19 has left us with more questions than answers as we try to move forward as a society. This insight from Liesbet Steer from the Education Commission shines a light at how we see ourselves adapting and evolving from an education standpoint to the world post Covid 19 “One hundred years ago the world … Read more

Is education ready for Big Data?

Data and education until now have been isolated issues, but with the rise of technology and globalization they have more in common now than ever; for us at eSmart Recycling it is important to stay at the forefront of these evolutions in the landscape, that is why we want to share this article from the … Read more

How can we prepare students for the Fourth Industrial Revolution? 5 lessons from innovative schools around the world

Technology is advancing rapidly, new schools and new views on teaching are springing up around the world to help prepare the next generation for a rapidly changing employment landscape, here at eSmart Recycling want to be part of this conversation, and we also believe that access to the proper resources is key for our students … Read more

Adapting to the future of work

According to Gordon Brown and the Education Commission, one of the biggest challenges we face as a society is having almost 2 Billion people without the necessary skills to perform specialized jobs needed in the world nowadays. At eSmart Recycling, we believe that proper access to technology is the first step in the process of … Read more

A new global edtech readiness index

When eSmart Recycling started deploying computers in partnership with local nonprofits around the world, we quickly realized that access to technology was only one part of the equation. A lot of failed projects such as the one-laptop-per-child, showed us that hardware without a purposeful software will fall flat and will not make the impact we … Read more


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