Sustainability in the curriculum
If you haven’t put sustainability at the heart of your curriculum, now is the time to get going. In September’s edition we have three ways to kick start your sustainability journey.
Angela McCarthy tells the story of the $200,000 Earth Prize for schools and how your school can get involved.
Governments should be rushing to get sustainability into the core curriculum. Apparently they're not, but help is here.
Charlotte Bouchier reports on the 2022 edition of 'The Wild Wisdom Global Challenge' for schools. Register now!
According to Matthew Savage, current forms of assessment do not get us anywhere near a full picture of a child.
Retaining staff has never been more important. Having a planned approach is therefore vital, says Dr. Brooke Moran.
Episode 3 - teaching and learning at Sevenoaks School, 2022. It's different here - as Mark Beverley explains.
For Uma Shankar Singh metaverse platforms need critical feedback, not instant adoption.
Despite the uncertainty of 2020 - 22, the demand for international education is still growing, as Sam Fraser reports.
If teaching depends on good relationships, these depend on empathy and listening skills according to Dr. Paul Parham.
Al Kingsley examines the digital pressures that affect student attention spans, suggesting ways to adapt accordingly.
David Cole looks at how an art project has kept the BIS Ukraine community together during Ukraine's diaspora.