This month, travel to Mozambique, sail in the Indonesian archipelago, save the environment and think about data!
Celebrate Earth Day this year on April 22 with this newly collated PDF of free primary and Early Years resources!
Inspired by the most famous eyes in the world of art, Matthew Savage explores how data used effectively, transforms learning.
Grace Kelly believes that when it comes to international understanding, there is no substitute for direct experience.
Matias Hynynen's second diary extract recording the visit by 2016 Global Teacher of the Year Finalist, Maarit Rossi to Arusha.
Catherin Lorenzen describes her adventures in the Java Sea on board her family’s beloved yacht,
Kate Shepherd reviews new fiction and non-fiction from around the world for all ages.
David Gregory describes a very different building project and the many benefits for those students participating.
Cyrus Carter reflects on working in Istanbul in the current climate, and opts to stay.
Art Teacher Natalie Catlett uses the calming influence of rock sculptures to balance the high energy of a Grade 1 class.
The story of an organisation that makes life just a little bit easier for new arrivals in Vietnam!
Mozambique - the hidden gem of Africa. Max Robinson makes a strong case for a visit, sooner rather than later.
As we welcome 2017 and the Year of the Rooster, in this month’s ITM, educators from around the world reflect on a range of learning, leadership, well being and . . . . . . travel issues!
Happy New Year and Gong Xi Fa Cai!
A new study suggests that "cognitive activation" may help girls enjoy mathematics rather more.
ITM talks to Dr. Ger Graus, Director of Education at the London KidZania.
Mike Grenier, one of the movement’s leading advocates, explains the ideas behind "Slow Education".
Jan Homden has compiled some of the best Early Years activities and resources to help your class celebrate!
Chris Muller explores how best to promote the idea in your school. .
It’s been listed as one of the words of the year for 2016: Jan Homden looks at “Hygge”.
ITM looks at a new on-line management tool that has the potential both to speed up recruitment and make it more personal.
The evidence of a new survey from the UK suggests that there is a significant problem to be addressed.
Kirstin Botter relates the perils of justifying the ludicrous and ignoring the warning signs.
Brian Ambrosio describes how a new approach to learning has transformed a school in rural Malaysia.
Schools aspiring to establish an international branch need to respect 10 principles, says Paul Cabrelli.
Grace Kelly links the benefits of collaborative learning with the ideas of Lev Vygotsky.
The Times Educational Supplement gives TBS Kathmandu a pat on the back!
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)
Changing attitudes towards autism
Having devoted more than twenty years to promoting greater understanding of autism and providing support for families of children with autism, Dr Robert Naseef recognizes that international schools are becoming more inclusive but highlights the need for more teacher and support staff training.
The power of education
At school, writes Jack Clark, I had quite a narrow view of what jobs I could do after university and spent as little time as possible contemplating them. Then in sixth form our school offered us a chance to visit and teach in Africa.