The continuing challenge of recruitment, lessons from the new Beatles documentary for school leaders, the importance  of develping our working memory and working on Nauru.

Recruitment challenge

Recruitment challenge

New surveys from COBIS and ISC Research confirm recruiting for international schools in 2022 did not get any easier.

JOBLINK 2022

JOBLINK 2022

Find the most recent international teaching jobs advertised by schools and international teaching agencies

Can’t I just look it up?

Can’t I just look it up?

IB teacher and Head of Physics at Sevenoaks School, James Tate looks at tablets, short-term memory and problem solving.

Outstanding Schools

Outstanding Schools

We are excited to be partnering with the Outstanding Schools Middle East Conference on the 5 – 6 October in Dubai!

Regrouping

Regrouping

Fab 4 fan Michael Iannini looks at lessons for leaders after binge watching the new Beatles documentary "Get back!"

Kherson to Kyiv

Kherson to Kyiv

High school graduate, Maryna Kiliachenkova tells how her family left their home town of Kherson in southern Ukraine.

Why study History?

Why study History?

IB teacher, Drew Thomas laments the narrowness of history courses offered by most international schools.

Nauru

Nauru

International teaching is a great passport to travel.. Susan Bennet reflects on the island that is currently her home.

How learning works

How learning works

Now we understand learning better, Professor Douglas Fisher argues we can improve the impact of our teaching.

Experience or habit ?

Experience or habit ?

Holly Warren explores the roles of experience and habit as they shape our thinking, character, work and teaching.

Built to last

Built to last

Durability is vital when procuring new equipment if schools are to meet carbon targets, argues Frank Campbell.

Unifying principles

Unifying principles

Tania Lattanzio and Dr Jennifer Chang Wathall look for unifying concepts we can all use to inform our teaching,

 

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