April 15, 2017

Teachers from Austria visited Dutch Dalton Schools

We visited 'Daltonschool de Achtbaan' in Amersfoort and 'Daltonschool de Leeuwerik' in Leiderdorp.

 










Jürgen Peters,
President of Dalton Austria, 
was leader of this delegation.




March 26, 2017

Go Global

Today's tools make it possible to learn about other countries and people first hand. Of course, textbooks are still sufficient, yet, there is nothing like learning languages, cultures, and communication skills from actually talking to people from other parts of the world.

It's a shame that with all the tools available, we still learn about other cultures, people, and events from the media. Teaching students how to use the tools in their hands to "visit" any corner of this planet will hopefully make us more knowledgable and sympathetic.

Dalton International developed a platform for direct communication: 'Webcam classes'.

March 23, 2017

Bad leaders are looking at who is the best.

Good leaders are looking at what is the best.

Simon Sinek

March 20, 2017

New Dalton Kindergarten in Szczecin

Today a big celebration was organized by the team of the Public Kindergarten nr 18 in Szczecin.
This school got the official certificate "Dalton Kindergarten" from the President of the Polish Dalton Association Katarzyna Dryjas.
Director of the school, Agnieszka Czeglik got another certificate from Anna Wróbel, representative of Dalton International.
This Kindergarten is now "Member of Dalton International".


March 18, 2017

New Member of Dalton International

Today Kasia Dryjas,  President of the Polish Dalton Association handed out the certificate 'Member of Dalton International' to the team of the public Kindergarten nr 34 in Koszalin.




March 8, 2017

100.000 Dalton students in the Netherlands

Today The Dutch Dalton Association celebratet the fact that 100.000 students are following Dalton Education in our country.
The new Nominated Dalton School "de Magneet" in Amersfoort is the reason that we crossed this unique border.
Of course there was a certificate in which this historical fact was written down, but all the children and the staff could enjoy  a very special cake.
Director of the school, Paul Bruijn, performed the symbolic act.