IPSEF CONFERENCE SPECIAL EDITION

IPSEF keynotes Darren Coxon and Harry Hoodless examine AI and sustainable school design
Andy Homden looks at the current enthusiasm for partnered international school projects in India, Malcolm Greenhaugh considers the urgent need for assessment reform, Erika Neil looks at Havening and Dave Jereb at dysregulation.
EDITORIAL: June 2024

EDITORIAL: June 2024

Why the help and advice of professionals who have trained in different disciplines are so important to any good school.

Sustainable spectrum

Sustainable spectrum

Harry Hoodless reflects on working with schools to design the right kind of sustanable facilities to suit them.

Bridging the gap

Bridging the gap

Darren Coxon, keynote speaker at this year’s IPSEF conference, argues that using AI is a rational way to make learning relevant.

Formative first

Formative first

Malcolm Greenhalgh adds weight to the argument that unbalanced end of course exams damage learning.

Havening

Havening

Erika Neil reports on an initiative using 'Havening' to enhance well-being in Tanzanian schools.

Partnerships for India

Partnerships for India

Andy Homden sets the enthusiasm in the UK for new partnered international schools in India into context. 

Connection is key

Connection is key

Dave Jereb asks us to consider the idea of ‘dysregulation’ and the sensory condition of our rooms to enhance learning.

Modern service

Modern service

Kathy O’Donnell of Sevenoaks School breaks down the key elements of a modern service and outreach programme.

Mangrove café

Mangrove café

Jenny Mollon looks at how a new café design has united different schools across an international group in the UAE.

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