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Cognition Education Group’s innovative education solutions are changing the way the world learns. We offer a diverse range of services, including; Expert consultancy; Professional development; Early-years and primary tutoring; Digital learning and Publishing.

We are New Zealand headquartered with a global outlook, proudly delivering knowledge to communities in more than 30 countries worldwide.

Innovative and effective learning for everyone.

2000+

clients
2 million

learners worldwide
200,000+

people trained
30+

governments supported

Unleashing the power of education

Each of our companies offers tools to cater for a variety of learning environments. From giving kids the best start in life to upskilling staff via the latest digital training techniques, we’re here to help people learn at every level. What unites us is our desire to use education to transform lives.

About Cognition Education

As a provider of education consulting services, our focus is on professional development for teachers, building the capability of educators and leaders globally to improve learning outcomes at every level.


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About Begin Bright

Our early childhood education and primary tutoring franchise is on a mission to enrich the lives of children through the power of learning.


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About Wavelength

With award-winning learning solutions for the workplace, we’ll help you create staff training that’s inspiring, interactive, and outcome driven.


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Getting to G.O.L.D

The Visible Learning™ Approach to Unleashing Education Improvement.

This paper provides a system to help educators identify and focus on the challenges worth pursuing, develop interventions that will actually work, and implement them with fidelity. The G.O.L.D process is a straight-forward tool to move schools toward improvement.

Read Getting to G.O.L.D, the latest publication from Cognition Education Group’s Director of Education, Dr Arran Hamilton and Visible Learning’s John Hattie here.