Philosophy, psychology and listening: just three of our talking points in the February edition of ITM.
Listening, rather than talking, is the key to effective action planning for a school, according to Peter Hudson.
Several IB world schools are now involved in a joint IB/World Academy of Sport pilot scheme for elite athletes. Michael Carey reports.
Roger Sutcliffe suggests that using "P4C" infuses teaching with new meaning and energy.
We meet Ron Stones, one of the most influential British school leaders of the last 30 years and ask about his next project.
Greg Martin gives practical advice about using information management systems to connect with parents.
According to Moya O'Brien, a school really flourishes when it practises "positive psychology".
Rory Fox reports on why refugee children aren't getting the education they need.
Action research at The British School, Kathmandu, has looked at the impact of out-of-school tutoring.
Leah Davies discusses the need to provide programs that meet the educational needs of gifted students.
Neil Jarrett, looks at Wai Khru - the Thai ceremony in which students show respect for their teachers.
Kehkashan Basu reports on a Green Hope visit to an extraordinary conservation reserve.
Learning through play: Jan Homden has compiled resources to make this a special day.
TBS Kathmandu receives further honours in a high achieving year