Schools and their stories

What makes a good school story?

Martin Skelton is looking for learning, Ger Graus ponders the issue of class sizes, and Elen Harris proposes better practice for lesson observation

EDITORIAL

EDITORIAL

Schools need their stories to be written down and shared. Why is this important and what's your story?

Amazing!

Amazing!

Can aschools really be ‘amazing’? Martin Skelton turns over some unsettling ideas on his way to the coffee shop.

Lesson observation

Lesson observation

Too often lesson observations are rushed and tokenistic. But is there a realistic ‘best practice’? Elen Harris thinks so.

School Readers

School Readers

Sal Flint continues her column about our favourite books. This month’s Reader is Duang Turongratanachai. 

Join BISLN!

Join BISLN!

Join over 100 librarians in the British and International Libraries Network and sign up for our March 6th session!

Uno a Uno 

Uno a Uno 

Why should small NGOs assess their impact on learning? Brian Ambrosio, reporting from Ecuador, explains.

Teaching leadership

Teaching leadership

If teaching leadership skills in school is vital, how can it be best fitted into the curriculum, asks Steffen Sommer.

To market

To market

Caroline Sherwood thinks that seeing how a school is presented in the media is vital for effective strategic planning.

Class sizes

Class sizes

There is pressure on class sizes in the UAE – but will this mean poorer learning? Ger Graus looks at the research.

BISSC

BISSC

Colin Bell looks at a new global coalition that supports safeguarding initiatives in British International schools.

Project REALM

Project REALM

Ekxel Carlo T. Degollacion looks at how an elementary school in the Philippines has challenged teaching styles.

Write for ITM!

Write for ITM!

Your convenient one stop link to agencies and associations with all the latest opportunities for the coming year!

You may also like