THE LEMANIA CONVERSATIONS
Blog - New, Portraits, Books, Reflexions
Ovomaltine, Rolex, Nescafé, Swatch or Nagra. What do they all have in common?
Pedagogy: from commonplaces to key concepts
Learning French in Lausanne, and winning over the hearts of the people of Geneva
An English Club unites two continents
Classrooms Will Be Back
Interview of Dr. David Claivaz by Forbes Education in Russia
Fourchette Verte, boarding school and family atmosphere
An inspiring book: Ascensions by Peter Brabeck-Lethmate
A recent example of democracy in Switzerland: the vote on selling alcohol at Migros
Two captivating books that open our eyes: L’Entreprise altruiste (The Altruistic Corporation) and net positive
Seven Drivers of Learning
The Lemania School is getting a new superpower from artificial intelligence
An intriguing and fascinating book: “Let my people go surfing”
With spring, the activity resumes!
Lausanne Guided Tour for Prep and IB1 students
Is linguistic variety always an opportunity?
Sonja Haraldsen, Queen Consort of Norway
Sleep, a neglected ingredient in academic success
The EPCO (junior entreprise)
An Alumnus who reinvented his family business: Marc Ehrlich
Launch of the book « Edupreneurial Pivot »
Claudio Sulser: head and legs
Is it better to be a big fish in a small pond or a small fish in a big pond?
Orientation and professional training
Hugues Gall, a life for arts and culture
Lausanne tops the small cities ranking of The Independant
An ever-inspiring book: « Les Identités meurtrièes » by Amin Maalouf