Armand Doucet in his early 20s was an award-winning coach, by his mid-30s, a seasoned international award-winning educator, social-entrepreneur and business professional. Since that time, he has become one of education's most recognised and sought-after educator, leader, speaker, and author internationally for his visionary perspective, trailblazing innovation in the classroom and ability to bridge the education gaps.
His work has been translated in multiple languages and appeared in various publications such as Forbes, TES, The Washington Post, World Economic Forum and many more. He has established himself as a key asset in education speaking and collaborating virtually or face to face in over 100 countries contributing to UNESCO, Education International, OECD, Jack Ma Foundation, Curiosity: A.I. in Education Summit and many more.
Known for his superior networking and motivational skills, he is a 2-time Ironman Triathlete and a passionate family man.
Written by Armand Doucet
Democracy 4 April 2022
The Russian Invasion of Ukraine Shows the Importance of Protecting Democratic Values through Education
Armand Doucet, Michael Soskil, Noah Zeichner
The immediacy of today's vivid news cycle as Russia invades Ukraine has not spared our children. In our youth, caring adults often buffered us from disturbing topics like war, nuclear threats, and human cruelty. Today, our children have no such insulation. They are overwhelmed with horrific images, graphic videos, and...The Russian Invasion of Ukraine Shows the Importance of Protecting Democratic Values through Education
Standards and working conditions 1 February 2022
A simple solution for education
We celebrated the International Day of Education on January 24th. In these unprecedented times, beginning year 3 of this pandemic, I am grateful to be a teacher. I am grateful that I have a job that I love and that I make a positive impact on my students’ lives every...A simple solution for education
Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4 1 October 2020
#WorldTeachersDay | Lessons from the Pandemic: “Public Education Homework: An Equitable and Inclusive Future” by Armand Doucet.
In a time of crisis, hidden truths are revealed and what we have learned is that our collective humanity is in trouble. For it to flourish, I hope and believe teachers will play a leading role to create a future that has inclusivity as its foundation.#WorldTeachersDay | Lessons from the Pandemic: “Public Education Homework: An Equitable and Inclusive Future” by Armand Doucet.
Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4 27 May 2020
“Teacher Leadership in the Aftermath of a Pandemic #3: Moving forward”, by Armand Doucet.
“Together shape a future that works for all by putting people first, empowering them and constantly reminding ourselves that all of these new technologies are first and foremost tools made by people for people.” --Klaus Schwaab, World Economic Forum-“Teacher Leadership in the Aftermath of a Pandemic #3: Moving forward”, by Armand Doucet.
Standards and working conditions
Teacher Leadership in the Aftermath of a Pandemic: The Now, The Dance, The Transformation
Barnett Berry, Armand Doucet, Ben Owens26 May 2020
Independent Report written to inform the work of Education International
Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4 30 March 2020
“How should we continue student learning during covid19?”, by Armand Doucet.
In a previous blog post, we discussed whether we should proceed with student learning during COVID19. In this one we will look at how we should do it, reflecting on the challenges of addressing student education remotely which we call distance learning, also called remote learning in some parts of...“How should we continue student learning during covid19?”, by Armand Doucet.
Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4 26 March 2020
“Should we continue student learning during covid19? A question of Maslow before Bloom”, by Armand Doucet.
Should we continue student learning during Covid19? What a profound question to ponder during these incredible times. Teachers must ask themselves this question: Are my students ready to learn today. This foundational question is always present in formal education, the elephant in the room, which is why “Maslow before Bloom”...“Should we continue student learning during covid19? A question of Maslow before Bloom”, by Armand Doucet.
Thinking about Pedagogy in an Unfolding Pandemic
Armand Doucet, Dr. Deborah M. Netolicky, Koen Timmers, Francis Jim Tuscano20 March 2020
Independent report on approaches to distance learning during the COVID-19 school closures written to inform the work of Education International and UNESCO. The Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is causing various levels of disruptions in education globally. At this current date (March 29th), UNESCO has 165 countries announcing school closures in an...