THE NEW VOICE OF INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION
Consilium Education are the publishers of ITM, which is attracting a global audience for stories written by a wide range of contributors from the world of international education.
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The changing face of PD, research-based ideas for classroom set up and the impact of leadership styles on learning.
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We think there is a need for a new kind of publication about what is happening in international schools. We want to reflect conversations in faculty lounges and staff rooms around the world, publishing articles about best practice, what it means to be an international teacher, and where to go on holiday!
Contributors include teachers who want to share their story about something that has worked in the classroom and changemakers whose ideas are finding new audiences. Features by analysts looking at the changing trends affecting international schools are also widely-read.
SOME OF OUR CONTRIBUTORS
One of the leading educational thinkers of our time, Kevin is the co-founder of the Common Ground Collaborative.
Natalie Croome is a cognitive coach, facilitator of professional learning and founder of ITeach Solutions.
Dr Ger Graus, OBE is the first Global Director of Education at KidZania and founding CEO of the Children’s University.
Grace is a curriculum Leader in NW England and creator of the 'Bend Don't Break' approach to teaching.
Donna Bonham-Russell, Deputy Head Teacher; Louise Cooke, Louise Ramsde and Claire Richmond, Year Leaders
Co-Principal at the Fortune Kindergarten in Shanghai and Co-Director of Philosophy for Children (P4C) China.
Professor Marcus du Sautoy is a British mathematician, and author of popular science books.
Gwen Byrom is the Director of International Education Strategy at NLCSI, and is a former President of the Girls’ Schools Association.
THEMES AND STORIES IN ITM
International Teacher Magazine follows some of the most important events, developmnts and trends in contemporary international education.
Elly Tobin listens to the experiences of teachers and students during the lockdown in the UK.
DT Teachers at schools in Wrexham practise what they teach by manfacturing badly needed PPE.
Two sisters, primary pupils in London, create an online lockdown magazine for their friends.
Susan Stewart believes that students should not be asked to ‘park’ their mother tongue at the door of an international school.
Chris Jay reports how the “Field-Tenor-Mode” analytical approach can build understanding of English texts.
As English becomes the universal language, for Carolyn Savage mother tongue learning is now even more vital.
For Stephenn Murgatroyd, children retain more information, and gain greater understanding when they hear someone read,
Henk van Hout, Global Head of Shell Education Services, talks about how students and parents are coping with lockdown.
For Stephen Walshe, engaging young people in philosophical enquiry builds emotional intelligence.
Listening is an invaluable skill throughout a school community. Here Peter Hudson explains why listening is vital for school leaders.
Nicky Cook of the Worldwide Veterenary Service looks at a new animal welfare project and invites schools to get involved.
When living in Nepal, Fionna Heiton and partner Durga Aran could not ignore the challenges faced by local schools.
'Save the Med' invites teachers and students to undertake environmental research while sailing the Mediterranean.
How three key planning elements can link to form a sustainable strategic plan.
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The location photographs on our website reflect some of the countries that we have worked in as a company, and have been sourced from Pixabay, the free image website. Pixabay has over 1.8 million stunning free images and royalty free stock that anyone can use, and we are very grateful to the contributing photographers that make this possible.
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