Student engagement in the online classroom, the benefits of animals in the classroom, what kind of learning really matters, and a new online suppliers directory for international schools.
Students in schools around the world are confronting Covid with music. Laurie Lewin invites your school to join in.
When conducting a review of school values and philosophy, Roger Sutcliffe suggests that you do so philosophically.
Andy Homden looks at an innovative tender concept that connects schools with suppliers of resources & services online.
Kevin Bartlett explains how the Common Ground Collaborative focuses on the kind of learning that really matters.
Alexis Anderson and Himani Sood describe how they have been using Social Media to support historical inquiries.
Roz O’Shea and family were trapped by quarantine and closed borders but still got through to their new school!
Fionna Heiton looks at how a new approach to teacher training in a remote district in Nepal is making a difference.
A new book by Helen Lewis and Russell Grigg explores how animals can affect children’s learning and wellbeing.
Gargi Sarkar argues that student self-assessment enhances enagement during online learning.
Gwen Byrom thinks we need to see school-home communication from a parent’s perspective.
For Denny Berndt, simple ideas to stimulate engagement keep students ‘in the zone’ when online.
Matthew Savage considers what social and emotional masks international students will be wearing in 2020.
ITM's convenient JOBLINK page of leading international school associations and agencies advertising the latest positions.
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