Adapting to the lockdown, going digital with safeguarding, setting up a new website and just what does creativity mean?
An enforced school closure can present a range of daunting problems. James McDonald looks at what he learned as a Principal from two earlier periods of crisis.
Mark Beverley, Director of the Institute of Teaching and Learning at Sevenoaks School explains why he thinks schools should rethink the idea of creativity.
Voices Around The World is an on-going music project with young people around the world making an annual international music video. Get your school involved in 2020!
Establishing a routine for home schooling - tricky, but not impossible, according to Orla Redmond.
Ger Graus, teacher, writer and social activist, thinks that young people can imagine their future confidently, if they know how.
ITM speaks to three schools, two in China and one in Kuwait to find out how they have adapted to the lockdown.
Jason Lasky looks at the techniques that have become central to his drama teaching repertoire, which help students ‘let go’.
Primary Principal Graeme Chisolm looks at how his school took on the task of coordinating a consistent programme over four sites in Prague.
Recruitment for 2020 is still underway. See ITM's special page for positions advertised by international school associations and recruiting agencies.
When establishing a new website, Mike Khorev suggests that understanding the basics is the key to a quality outcome at the right price.
While teachers provide a cornerstone that offers a daily structure to many children, they must also look afer themselves, says Leah Davies.