As Spring gives way to summer in the North, the nights are drawing in down South. Whatever the season, time to catch up with the latest from ITM with reports and ideas from around the world.

Our featured image comes from Kim Laizer – and many will no doubt recognise the wonderful landscape of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area in Tanzania.
Boys & Risk

Boys & Risk

How do you deal with boys who want to jump off cliffs backwards?

Peer learning

Peer learning

Sarah Waters examines a practice dating back to classical times, but still relevant today.

Designed for play

Designed for play

Great play needs great playground design - but where to start? Prue Walsh enlightens.

Who's afraid of 2041?

Who's afraid of 2041?

Helen Thew has a unique chance to visit Antarctica and learns the importance of the year in question.

Learning guitar

Learning guitar

Learning to play an instrument provides a life-long pleasure, but there are other benefits too, says Sally Phillips.

Dinosaurs in the Early Years!

Dinosaurs in the Early Years!

Jan Homden has been exploring the world of dinosaurs. Download your free PDF!

Empowerment and education

Empowerment and education

A Californian environmental educator, a Maasai warrior and an empowering project.

Finding themselves

Finding themselves

Three books about the experience of Chinese children finding themselves as well as the world.

The AfterMath

The AfterMath

Matias Hynynen looks back at Maarit Rossi's visit to Arusha in 2016: has it had an impact on teaching?

Dragon in the box!

Dragon in the box!

Richard Gaskell examines the growing pressure created by the demand for international education in China.

Effective flipping!

Effective flipping!

Abigail Bryant looks at how interactive technology can enhance the effectiveness of flipping the classroom.

O 'Neills  International

O 'Neills International

Team kit for the new international school year direct from the UK.

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