Some of our best from the past 12 months
We look back at some of the articles from 2016 that has made International Teacher Magazine one of the fastest growing on-line journals for teachers around the world.
A Christmas trip to the Canadian wilderness takes Brian Ambrosio back in time (January)
"It’s not that they’re stupid; it’s just that they don’t know anything!" The inspiring work of Jaime Escalante. (February)
Catherine Routley looks at how to recognise APDs & what to do. (February).
Island school HK chooses a radical path of curriculum reform to inspire learning. (March)
Elly Tobin takes a trip to Ali Baba’s Gate in Afghanistan when on a teacher training assignment. (March)
Sarah Whyte looks at the power of intrinsic motivation and how it can be developed in younger childdren. (May)
Two schools in Scotland develop Growth Mindset with a radical approach to Mathematics. (July)
Y6 teacher and maths coordinator Neil Jarrett describes how he uses Minecraft to enthuse learning. (July)
Was now the time to try something new? Primary Head David Knott reflects on his move to Bali (August)
Neel Shah is a Brit working in a Finnish school. Here he gives the inside story. (September)
SAPERE is a UK-based organisation supporting P4C. Bob House talks about their latest international initiative (September)
Andrew Wooster reflects on his young students and the elderly learning together. (September)
Peter Hudson looks at 5 reasons why listening is a crucial skill for teaching. (October)
Jan Homden reviews the new edition of Prue Walsh's innovative and inspirational book. (October)